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The Agenda in the Summer with Nam Kiwanuka engages public-minded individuals in current affairs and social issues in an absorbing and insightful manner with a special series of in-depth one-on-one interviews. From literature, to the collapse of globalism, to homophobia in the NHL, to our relationship with food, to Internet freedom, to war photography, to ... look, you're just going to have to tune in. We've got a little bit of everything in store for you this summer. Airs 8 ET.
The Agenda discusses "Brian Jungen Friendship Centre," an AGO exhibit that explores the intersection of consumerism and Indigenous culture.
How do people form their ideas about political issues, and do they spend dedicate enough time to such important work? Nam Kiwanuka talks to David Moscrop about his book, "Too Dumb For Democracy?: Why We Make Bad Political Decisions and How We Can Make Better Ones."
Writer and television host Rick Steves talks to Nam Kiwanuka about how travel can open a person's mind and change their perspective on a variety of issues.
Award-winning writer Esi Edugyan talks to Nam Kiwanuka about her book, "Washington Black," and what constitutes a sense of freedom.
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