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.

Doodle expert Sunni Brown says doodling in a meeting or classroom can actually be a good thing. Check out some of our favourite doodles from The Agenda's team of producers.

York historian Deborah Neill discusses how the First World War transformed German aristocrat Count Harry Kessler.


Take a peak behind the archival process in Apocalypse, TVO's five-part documentary series about the First World War.


Take a look at the colourization process of the First World War documentary series Apocalypse, airing tonight on TVO.


Historian and author Charlotte Gray discusses Robert Graves' First World War memoir, Good-Bye To All That.


Artist and filmmaker Cory Trépanier is our guest Thursday on The Agenda in The Summer. Check out video of some his wild adventures exploring and painting Canada's Arctic.


The fifth video in a five-part series called Art as Therapy with British philosopher Alain de Botton.

Check out some of National Geographic's stunning photography from the past 125 years. 

The fourth video in a five-part series called Art as Therapy with British philosopher Alain de Botton.