13:50 - Mar 16, 2018The Agenda reviews its week of programming.
9:12 - Mar 16, 2018The Agenda discusses London's rapid transit debate and what the rest of the province can learn from it.
42:51 - Mar 15, 2018The Agenda discusses how new technologies and a younger voting cohort is changing the culture and practice of politics in Canada.
11:27 - Mar 15, 2018The Agenda welcomes Graham Steele, author of The Effective Citizen: How to Make Politicians Work for You."
32:17 - Mar 14, 2018The Agenda discusses the challenges people of multiracial backgrounds face when trying to find stem cells and bone marrow donors for life-threatening blood diseases.
22:14 - Mar 14, 2018The Agenda discusses the relationship between patient advocacy groups and big pharma.
25:16 - Mar 13, 2018The Agenda discusses what makes serial killers, and the new research being developed to profile and catch them.
10:56 - Mar 13, 2018The Agenda welcomes Ann Wolbert Burgess, the real forensic researcher depicted in Netflix's "Mindhunter," to discuss her ground-breaking work.
18:07 - Mar 13, 2018The Agenda discusses the public's fascination with stories about serial killers in films and on television.
This Week on The Agenda
The Important Role of Charities in Ontario
The Agenda looks at the multitude of charities in Ontario - big and small - and how they're all part of what makes the province's capital city thrive.
Changing Concussion Culture
The Agenda examines Rowan's Law, the first law in Ontario, and in Canada, addressing concussions and athlete safety in sport.
Combining Human Behaviour With Medical and Economic Analysis
The Agenda welcomes Dr. Donald Redelmeier to explain his work in medical decision science - the exploration of how people reason, formulate judgments and make decisions. Then, understanding the field of behavioural economics and its impact on so many different areas of human life.
Marking World Water Day
As The World Bank and the UN are sounding the alarm over a global water crisis, the Agenda examines how Canada is trying to cope with its own shortages as well as the costly issue of flooding.
The Agenda's Story, Ontario Hubs, The Agenda's Week
The Agenda highlights a story making news this week. Then, Ontario Hubs journalists discuss their in-progress stories. And, The Agenda reviews its week of programming.
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