Salman Rushdie
Acclaimed author Salman Rushdie talks to Nam Kiwanuka about his new book, "Quichotte," a modern reimagination of Cervantes' "Don Quixote."
Agenda guests
Television critic Emily Nussbaum talks to Steve Paikin about the genre's new "golden age."
a woman sitting in a chair from the article How this 18-year-old is fostering multiculturalism in Thunder Bay
TVO.org speaks with Yamaan Alsumadi about positive conversations — and why she hosts opens houses at the city’s only mosque  
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Traffic circles are making a comeback. Are the province’s drivers ready for them?

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Published On: November 14, 2019
Angela Saini discusses her book, "Superior: The Return of Race Science."
Published On: November 11, 2019
She talks to Steve Paikin about her career, the topic of her book, "Girls Need Not Apply: Field Notes from the Forces."
Published On: November 11, 2019
The Agenda to discuss his book, "Agents of Influence: A British Campaign, a Canadian Spy, and the Secret Plot to Bring American into World War II."
Published On: November 11, 2019
In the 1920s and ’30s, communities across Ontario determined to build memorials — but not everyone agreed on how best to honour wartime sacrifice.
Published On: November 08, 2019
The Agenda reviews top stories from this week.
Published On: November 08, 2019
The Agenda discusses the military contribution of northern Ontario to the Second World War
Published On: November 07, 2019
About 700 Italian-Canadians,suffered internment during World War II — they had had not committed crimes, were not officially charged, and were given few chances to defend themselves.
Published On: November 07, 2019
The abortion drug Mifegymiso was approved by Health Canada in 2015, but many doctors are still reluctant to prescribe it. Here’s how one organization is trying to address the issue.
Published On: November 06, 2019
Abortion isn’t illegal, but that doesn’t mean it’s accessible. TVO.org talks to three organizations working to increase access to the procedure.
Published On: November 05, 2019
How can light rail transit be completed on time, on budget, and without too many glitches in its first days and weeks, as has happened in Ottawa?
Published On: November 05, 2019
The Agenda looks at Toronto's road collisions and discusses how to reduce injuries and fatalities.
Published On: November 05, 2019
In Ontario, there are no legal restrictions to accessing abortion — but observers say that shame, fear, and a lack of information can be as much of an impediment as any statute.
Published On: November 05, 2019
Last year, only about 2.5 per cent of the province’s roughly 200,000 trucks drivers were female — here’s how the industry is working to get more women behind the wheel.  
Published On: November 04, 2019
The Agenda discusses the problem of mental-health issues in policing and what can be done to prevent suicide.
Published On: November 04, 2019
The report of the Ontario Autism Program Advisory Panel are now public. What are the new recommendations for autism funding in the province?
Published On: November 01, 2019
#Wexit, Canadian foreign policy, and changes to international adoption are stories The Agenda followed this week.
Published On: November 01, 2019
TVO.org speaks with Camille Labchuk, executive director of Animal Justice, about Ontario’s new legislation — and what it will mean for the province’s animals.
Published On: October 31, 2019
For more than a decade, paranormal investigator Mandy Rose has been hunting ghosts in eastern Ontario. TVO.org spends an evening with her at Peterborough’s “most haunted spot”