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The Agenda with Steve Paikin (Audio)

By TVO | Steve Paikin

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The Agenda with Steve Paikin is TVO's flagship current affairs program - devoted to exploring the social, political, cultural and economic issues that are changing our world, at home and abroad. The Agenda airs weeknights at 8:00 PM EST on TVO - Canada's largest educational broadcaster.

Customer Reviews

No Studio 2

As presented in podcast format a poor replacement for Studio 2, and I echo the call for the rest of the program. I suggest the Bloggers Hotstove if your Canadian political podcast needs are no longer met since Studio 2 went away.

Best ever

I think the "Agenda" is much better than Studio 2. It has more depth. The discusion that follows the interview is very much balanced. Any American who may watch an Agenda episode should envy Canadians for thier honest and professnal programming. No shouting, No screaming, no cowing to the goverment point of view but honest discusion. Keep the good work Steve. where is the discusion part of the program ???????

Steve Paikin is an effective interviewer

I miss Studio 2 too. But this is a review of "The Agenda", so let's not compare the two. Pros: - fascinating choice of interviewees, both political (Dion, Ignatief, Rae, May, Manning) and others (Martin Short, Conrad Black, Adriene Clarkson) - very balanced interview approach (kudos to Steve Paikin) - the interviews are 15-20 minutes, IMHO the perfect length to strike a balance between covering topics in-depth and being "boring" Cons: - these were originally aired on TV, and sometimes they reference on on-screen image, quote or video clip. Small beef really, since it mostly just a one-on-one interview at a desk Great podcast if you are interested in current events or in these personalities