19:16 Dec 14, 2017The Agenda welcomes Jim Davies, Carleton University's director of the Science of Imagination Laboratory, to discuss how creatures are created for film.
35:28 Dec 14, 2017The Agenda looks ahead to 2018 with a foreign policy panel examining ongoing conflicts and how Canada will handle them.
19:02 Dec 13, 2017Documentary filmmaker Alan Zweig and collaborator Tatanniq Idlout discuss the lives of Inuit in the far north.
28:43 Dec 13, 2017The Agenda welcomes journalist and author Tanya Talaga to discuss her book, "Seven Fallen Feathers:Racism, Death and Hard Truths in a Northern City."
40:09 Dec 12, 2017The Agenda discusses the challenges of Canadian federation, and the concerns of the various provinces, territories, and Indigenous groups.
13:50 Dec 12, 2017The Agenda welcomes Charles Beers, a participant in the first Confederation of Tommorow conference, to discuss its significance.
31:24 Dec 11, 2017The Agenda discusses ideologies that could divide Canada.
22:13 Dec 11, 2017The Agenda welcomes Ken Whyte to discuss his book, "Hoover: An Extraordinary Life in Extraordinary Times."
15:16 Dec 08, 2017The Agenda reviews its week of programming.
This Week on The Agenda
Taking Aim At Headshots; An Historic Election
The Agenda welcomes hockey great Ken Dryden to discuss his new book and why it's time to eliminate all hits to the head in hockey. Then, historian Patrice Dutil discusses Canada's tense wartime election of 1917.
Between Two Worlds; A New Sound From Canada's North
The Agenda explores the challenges of international and transracial adoption. Then, how a band from Iqaluit in Nunavit is bringing Inuit music into the national scene.
The Trend of Toxic Discourse; A Soccer Academy for Good
The Agenda takes a look at the rise of divisive rhetoric in society, the factors that can be attributed to it and whether or not there can be a return to civility. Then, how a soccer academy in Uganda is delivering global opportunities on the field and in the classroom.
The Annual Music Show
Back by popular demand, the music show chimes in with a look at three different musical stories. First, singer, songwriter, poet and author Sarah Slean showcases her breadth of talent. Then, The First Lady of Guitar, Liona Boyd, shares some of her incredible life stories which she's chronicled in a new memoir "No Remedy for Love." And, author Julie Chadwick on Ontario's connection to Johnny Cash.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Daily current affairs show offering in-depth analysis and intelligent debate on issues of concern in the rapidly changing world around us.
A look at former Liberal finance minister Greg Sorbara’s instrumental role in making a $3.2 billion project a reality.
‘Some of us just don’t have a high tolerance for a daily diet of rape threats.’
A frenetic attempt to fit almost 900 years of history into three days.
Can the Progressive Conservatives’ promises withstand six months of scrutiny?
The non-partisan Institute of Fiscal Studies and Democracy has deemed the estimates underlying the Tories’ platform reasonable.