26:31 - Aug 14, 2018Acclaimed author Claire Messud talks to Nam Kiwanuka about her latest novel, "The Burning Girl," which focuses on the ups and downs of female friendships.
26:46 - Aug 13, 2018The Agenda in the Summer discusses how Ontario cities can meet the needs of its citizens at all ages and stages of life.
26:32 - Aug 10, 2018American author Rachel Kushner discusses her new novel, "The Mars Room."
26:28 - Aug 09, 2018The Agenda in the Summer welcomes author Richard Atkinson to discuss his book, "The Life Crimes and Hard Times of Ricky Atkinson: Leader of the Dirty Tricks Gang."
26:37 - Aug 08, 2018The Agenda in the Summer welcomes Leah Denbok to discuss her experience photographing homeless men and women.
26:14 - Aug 07, 2018The Agenda welcomes journalist Shawn Micallef, one of Toronto's biggest supporters, to discuss its importance in the province, and why people love to hate the city.
22:00 - Aug 06, 2018Brantford Mayor Chris Friel joins Nam Kiwanuka to discuss his experience with growth and livability of cities.
26:41 - Aug 03, 2018The Agenda in the Summer welcomes science journalist Alanna Mitchell to discuss her research on the history of the discovery of the possibilities of magnets.
26:40 - Aug 02, 2018Scientist and author Kate Harris talks to Nam Kiwanuka about her book, "Lands of Lost Borders: Out of Bounds on the Silk Road."
This Week on The Agenda
The Agenda in the Summer: Seniors in the City
Given that Ontario's population is aging, The Agenda in the Summer discusses how city planners can best accommodate the needs of an older population.
The Agenda in the Summer: Claire Messud
American author Claire Messud joins The Agenda in the Summer to discuss her sixth novel, "The Burning Girl," and what drew her to writing about the bonds and bounds of female friendships.
The Agenda in the Summer: The New Demographics
Living solo, without children is still considered an unconventional life, yet more Canadians are doing it than ever before. Nam Kiwanuka talks to Andrea Bain and Kelli Maria Korducki, two authors who've written about going against the grain.
The Agenda in the Summer: Elizabeth Renzetti
Globe and Mail columnist Elizabeth Renzetti has spent three decades reporting on and opining about feminist issues. She talks to Nam Kiwanuka about what she's learned along the way about the evolution of women's rights.
The Agenda in the Summer: Sheila Heti; Thunder Bay Saunas
Toronto author Sheila Heti talks to Nam Kiwanuka about her new novel, "Motherhood," in which a young woman ponders whether having a baby will curtail her life and creativity. Then, Northwestern Ontario Hubs journalist Jon Thompson talks about Finnish saunas in Thunder Bay.
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