Author and journalist Ann Dowsett Johnston reads an excerpt from her book Drink: The Intimate Relationship Between Women and Alcohol.

The Agenda's guest tonight, author and journalist Patricia Pearson, explores the celebration of remorselessness in her recent article for The Globe and Mail.


Revisit the last video in our Trouble with Democracy series ahead of tonight's interview with Bessma Momani of the University of Waterloo and CIGI on Arab youth engagement in the Middle East.

Clashes between protestors and police erupted this week in the U.S. heartland over the shooting death of a unarmed man, highlighting concerns that U.S. police forces are becoming militarized. 


Revisit our Trouble With Democracy series featuring people under 30 talking about their disengagement with politics ahead of tonight's second interview with scholar and author Henry Giroux. He'll discuss the ideologically-driven battle over education in the U.S. and lessons Ontario can learn from the experience.


Revisit our Trouble With Democracy video series featuring people under 30 discussing their views on politics ahead of tonight's interview with scholar Henry Giroux. He sits down with Piya Chattopadhyay to discuss America's "descent into madness."


A collection of some of the writing on mental illness that is being shared online in the wake of the suicide of Academy Award-winning actor Robin Williams.


Take a look at the making of Apocalypse: World War One, a five-part documentary series about the First World War airing after The Agenda in the Summer.on TVO. 

Revisit our video series The Trouble With Democracy​ ahead of tonight's interview with Alison Loat, executive director and co-founder of Samara. She sits down with Piya Chattopadhyay to discuss the trouble with Parliament Hill.


Margaret Lock, author of The Alzheimer Conundrum, explains how Alzheimer's disease affected the artwork of painter William Utermohlen.