9:47 - Oct 19, 2018Hosts Pippa Johnstone and Karina Palmitesta talk to Jeyan Jeganathan about TVO's new podcast, Word Bomb.
5:19 - Oct 19, 2018Ontario Hubs field producer Jeyan Jeganathan discusses the use of hexanal to lengthen the life of fruits
9:32 - Oct 19, 2018The Agenda discusses an Ontario-based cannabis production plant in Smith Falls.
10:14 - Oct 19, 2018The Agenda welcomes Gabriel Eidelman of the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy, to answer ten questions about municipal elections.
19:55 - Oct 19, 2018The Agenda welcomes Peter Weltman, Ontario's financial accountability officer, to discuss what the cancellation of cap and trade means for Ontario.
20:49 - Oct 18, 2018The Agenda looks at housing issues in the Greater Golden Horseshoe as the municipal elections draw nearer.
33:27 - Oct 18, 2018The Agenda discusses Toronto's affordable housing issues as the municipal election draws near.
27:48 - Oct 17, 2018The Agenda discusses the limits of municipal power and whether the decades-old idea of political authority should be updated.
26:54 - Oct 17, 2018The Agenda welcomes Burlington's mayoral candidates to discuss their campaigns.
This Week on The Agenda
Fixing Our Financial Foibles; Species Management on a Budget
The Agenda welcomes well-known behavioural economist Dan Ariely to discuss the challenges of making better long-term financial decisions. Then, how a new tool is helping conservationists determine which actions would save the most species per dollar.
Civic Election Results; A Helpline for Indigenous Women
Voters from across the province have elected their next municipal government representatives. The Agenda examines the results in the 2018 Ontario municipal elections. Then, how a new helpline is offering support and hope to Indigenous women.
Are Liberal Democracies in Trouble?
The Agenda welcomes political scientist Francis Fukuyama to discuss whether democracy can survive the rise of identity politics. Then, author and academic Yascha Mounk, and columnist Andrew Coyne discuss some of the reasons why people might have become disenchanted with liberal democracies, and what can be done to re-energize civic faith.
Connected City Controversy; Talking Docs
The Agenda takes a closer look at the privacy implications surrounding Google's first urban development in Toronto. Then, introducing ,On Docs,, a new TVO podcast that explores documentaries and the stories they tell.
Tracking the HMS Erebus; Ontario Hubs; The Agenda's Week
The Agenda welcomes documentarian, author and founding member of Monty Python's Flying Circus Michael Palin to retrace the final journey of ill-fated HMS Erebus. Then, Ontario Hubs reporters discuss their in-process stories. And, The Agenda reviews its week of programming.
The Select Committee on Fiscal Transparency is compelling civil servants to squeal on their former masters. Here’s why that’s so troubling.
The program, which provides free prescription drugs to those under 25, was supposed to have been killed off months ago — but taxpayers aren’t seeing any savings yet.
The rookie candidate could find herself with some interesting options to consider after the October 22 municipal election is over.
Some campaign managers who worked the 2018 Ontario election say that trying to get young citizens out to the polls is a near-pointless exercise.
Campaign managers gathered at Ryerson University last week to compare notes and determine why the June 7 election unfolded as it did.