The Inside Agenda Blog

York University film professor Seth Feldman discusses the Jean Renoir First World War film La Grande Illusion.

Our look at Canada's contribution to the First World War through the art collection of the Canadian War Museum continues with a piece of art depicting the harrowing Battle of Passchendaele. 

Neil Orford, a high school History teacher, explains why bringing students to Juno Beach provides better lessons than any digital material could. 

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Author Joseph Boyden discusses the solemn power of the Vimy Memorial.

A look at a piece of art depicting one of Canada's finest military moments. 

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Tonight's guest, Dan Black, co-author of Old Enough To Fight, discusses the Somme Offensive, and his grandfather's role in one of the First World War's deadliest clashes.

Catch up on what politicians had to say about the issues at Queen's Park for the week of July 21-24, 2014.

Take a peak behind the making of Apocalypse, a five-part documentary series about the First World War airing tonight after The Agenda in the Summer.

The second part of our weeklong series on how artists captured Canada's contribution to the First World War. 

Tim Cook from the Canadian War Museum discusses one of his favourite cultural artifacts from the First World War, Eric Kennington's painting The Conquerors.

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