19:16 Dec 14, 2017The Agenda welcomes Jim Davies, Carleton University's director of the Science of Imagination Laboratory, to discuss how creatures are created for film.
35:28 Dec 14, 2017The Agenda looks ahead to 2018 with a foreign policy panel examining ongoing conflicts and how Canada will handle them.
19:02 Dec 13, 2017Documentary filmmaker Alan Zweig and collaborator Tatanniq Idlout discuss the lives of Inuit in the far north.
28:43 Dec 13, 2017The Agenda welcomes journalist and author Tanya Talaga to discuss her book, "Seven Fallen Feathers:Racism, Death and Hard Truths in a Northern City."
40:09 Dec 12, 2017The Agenda discusses the challenges of Canadian federation, and the concerns of the various provinces, territories, and Indigenous groups.
13:50 Dec 12, 2017The Agenda welcomes Charles Beers, a participant in the first Confederation of Tommorow conference, to discuss its significance.
31:24 Dec 11, 2017The Agenda discusses ideologies that could divide Canada.
22:13 Dec 11, 2017The Agenda welcomes Ken Whyte to discuss his book, "Hoover: An Extraordinary Life in Extraordinary Times."
15:16 Dec 08, 2017The Agenda reviews its week of programming.
This Week on The Agenda
Rediscovering Herbert Hoover; Fractured Politics
The Agenda welcomes Canadian journalist and author Ken Whyte to provide a revisionist account of America's 31st president. Then, is Canada immune to the level of political disagreement present in the U.S.?
Issues Shaping Canada's Future
The Agenda marks the 50th anniversary of the Confederation of Tomorrow conference, a historic gathering of Canada's premiers.
Examining Indigenous Youth Deaths; Nunavut in Focus
The Agenda welcomes journalist and author Tanya Talaga to discuss Thunder Bay's Indigenous youth crisis. Then, documentary filmmaker Alan Zweig discusses his latest project, which examines the culture and identity of Inuit life.
Previewing World Issues; Creating Compelling Creatures
The Agenda assembles a panel of foreign policy experts to preview global problems ahead in 2018 and how Canada can prepare for them. Then, cognitive scientist Jim Davies on how to hit the "creative sweet spot" when developing fictional characters.
Bye-Bye Byford; Helping Homeless People; The Agenda's Week
The Agenda welcomes departing TTC head Andy Byford to look back on his time with the transit agency and what lies ahead as president and CEO of the New York City Transit Authority. Then, author Caitlin Sweet discusses her quest to help a homeless man living in her backyard. And, the Agenda reviews its week of programming.
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