26:23 - Jul 13, 2018The Agenda in the Summer welcomes author and neuroscientist Lisa Genova to discuss her new book, which shines a light on ALS.
26:37 - Jul 12, 2018Ontario trekker Mario Rigby talks to Nam Kiwanuka about his 800 day, 12,000 kilometre adventure across Africa.
26:29 - Jul 11, 2018Musician Tom Wilson talks to Nam Kiwanuka about his experiences in Canadian music.
26:36 - Jul 10, 2018The Agenda in the Summer discusses how musicians are coping with lost income due to online streaming services.
5:02 - Jul 09, 2018Northeastern Ontario hub journalist Claude Sharma discusses what he learned at a dark sky preserve in Manitoulin Island.
21:14 - Jul 09, 2018The Agenda in the Summer welcomes David Crombie, a former Toronto mayor, to discuss the past and present of building cities.
5:43 - Jul 09, 2018Denise Donlon, author and former music industry executive, explains how technology has disrupted the music industry.
26:33 - Jul 06, 2018Writer Aida Edemariam talks with Nam Kiwanuka about her book, "The Wife's Tale."
26:18 - Jul 05, 2018Tina Brown discusses how she transformed some of the world's most iconic magazines, the topic of her new memoir.
This Week on The Agenda
The Agenda in the Summer: David Crombie; Beekeeping
David Crombie, a former Toronto mayor, talks to Nam Kiwanuka about how cities expanded beyond traditional suburbs in Ontario's past. Then, Ontario Hubs field producer Jeyan Jeganathan talks about beekeeping in Ontario.
The Agenda in the Summer: Living History of Cities
Kaitlin Wainwright, director of programming at Heritage Toronto, and Morgan Cameron Ross, a musician who documents his passion for history at oldtorontoseries.com, discuss how cities are living histories.
The Agenda in the Summer: Daemon Fairless
Daemon Fairless, author of "Mad Blood Stirring: The Inner Lives of Violent Men," joins The Agenda in the Summer to discuss his book, which aims to understand why violence might be appealing to some men.
The Agenda in the Summer: Rachel Giese
Journalist Rachel Giese talks to Nam Kiwanuka about her research into the myths of masculinity and the challenges facing boys today, the subject of her book, "Boys: What It Means to Become a Man."
The Agenda in the Summer: Jamil Jivani
Author and community organizer Jamil Jivani talks to Nam Kiwanuka about his book, "Why Young Men: Rage, Race and the Crisis of Identity," which aims to offer a better understanding of what leads young men to violence.
Greg Sorbara is a reminder that in politics, sometimes it really doesn’t matter who you know.
The new health czar’s salary has been raising eyebrows — but the real question is what powers Rueben Devlin will have.
For Tim Hudak, John Tory, and Patrick Brown, last Friday’s swearing-in ceremony must’ve been a bittersweet affair.
The Trump administration has made up my mind: I’m not going to spend my money in a country whose president views Canada as a national-security threat.
In a season of advice-giving, the president of Centennial College’s convocation address stood out.