26:30 - Jul 20, 2018Author Jamil Jivani discusses how his own life led him to a greater understanding of why young men are drawn to violence.
26:36 - Jul 19, 2018Journalist and Chatelaine editor Rachel Giese discusses her new book, "Boys: What It Means to Become a Man."
6:33 - Jul 19, 2018Author Jamil Jivani talks to Nam Kiwanuka about his cancer diagnosis and how he's dealing with a life-threatening illness.
26:39 - Jul 18, 2018Daemon Fairless talks to Nam Kiwanuka about why he wrote a book about men's violence, and the extensive research that went into the project.
26:27 - Jul 17, 2018The Agenda in the Summer discusses how ordinary people are documenting and sharing Toronto's rich history in ways that can't be found in textbooks.
11:55 - Jul 17, 2018The Agenda in the Summer welcomes author Daemon Fairless to discuss his work on the possible genetic and psychological reasons why some men are violent.
13:56 - Jul 16, 2018The Agenda checks in with its Ontario Hub journalists.
19:55 - Jul 16, 2018The Agenda in the Summer welcomes former mayor David Crombie to discuss city expansion in the post-war era.
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.
This Week on The Agenda
The Agenda in the Summer: Building Cities; Addiction Update
Carlo Fanelli, co-editor of a recent report, "The Public Sector in an Age of Austerity: Perspectives from Canada's Provinces and Territories," joins Nam Kiwanuka to discuss what the GTHA needs to do to prepare for population growth. Then, Ontario Hubs journalist Mary Baxter discusses the issue of addiction southwestern Ontario.
The Agenda in the Summer: Pauline Dakin
At 23, Pauline Dakin learned that her family had lived their lives as fugitives, running from a mob underworld. Her book, "Run, Hide, Repeat: A Memoir of a Fugitive Childhood", is an account of that life, and her journey to understand it.
The Agenda in the Summer: Tom Rachman
Author Tom Rachman talks to Nam Kiwanuka about his third novel, "The Italian Teacher," his experience living in various countries, and how that has influenced his writing.
The Agenda in the Summer: Sharon Bala
Sharon Bala's first novel, "The Boat People," was inspired by a group of Tamil refugees escaping war in Sri Lanka and landing in Canada in 2010. Bala talks to Nam Kiwanuka about how she turned this story into fiction and why it was important to document it.
The Agenda in the Summer: Jan Wong
Author Jan Wong talks to Nam Kiwanuka about what led to the writing of her book, "Apron Strings: Navigating Food and Family in France, Italy, and China."
The former premier suffered a humiliating election defeat. That hasn’t stopped some Ontarians from piling on.
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.
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