Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio: Episodes

Why comic Aamer Rahman doesn't think comedy changes anything. Social experiment columnist Scaachi Koul tries a digital detox. Jon Ronson on how public shaming took over the internet. Fresh Off The Boat star Randall Park on steering clear of stereotypes.
Q's sports panel — Sonali Karnick, Paul Riley, and Megan Greenwald — weigh in on the latest headlines rocking the sports world.
A special Monday edition of Elvira Kurt's Cultural Hall of Shame.
Shad kicks off the new Q with a fresh theme song by Bahamas, poet Shane Koyczan, pro podcaster Marc Maron, F---ed Up's Damian Abraham, throat singer Tanya Tagaq, Q sports panel, musical genius Chilly Gonzales. Plus, Elvira Kurt and Peter Mansbridge too!
Tune in for a special edition of the Q News featuring veteran news anchor Peter Mansbridge.
Meghan Daum joins guest host Gill Deacon to discuss Selfish, Shallow and Self-Absorbed, a 16 essay-collection exploring the stigma and stereotypes faced by men and women who choose not to have kids.
Writer Meghan Daum on Selfish, Shallow and Self-Absorbed, a book of essays about the still-taboo subject of living child-free. Plus: Cartoonist Tomi Ungerer on the art of subversion, Father John Misty performs, and Richard Williams on raising champions.
Orphan Black star Tatiana Maslany on the cult of personality and rising pressures to stay into the spotlight. British indie-rockers Alt-J perform from their sophomore record This is All Yours. Steven Loring on what we can learn from speed-dating seniors.
Stuart Murdoch of Belle & Sebastian on the band's latest: Girls in Peacetime Want to Dance. Best of Q: Gemini Award winning actor Eric Peterson (Street Legal, Corner Gas), and American singer-songwriter Ryan Adams performs from his new self-titled record.
Seasoned broadcaster Bill Kurtis on his four-decade career and our enduring fascination with true-life crime stories. Plus, from the Best of Q: world-renowned French DJ David Guetta, and the wild world of KidZania — a theme park that puts kids to work.
Friday Live with Alex Cuba, who performs live from his brand new album Healer. Actress Brooke Shields on her revealing memoir; author John Vaillant on his first novel, The Jaguar's Children; and curator Virgina Eichhorn on why we're prudes about nudes.
Polarizing composer Philip Glass on fearless experimentation and his new memoir, Words without Music. Wired writer Adrian Chen the occupational hazards of internet moderators. Supertramp's Roger Hodgson on reviving his seminal record, Across the Century
New Orleans' rising star Benjamin Booker on his unique blend of punk and blues. M.E. Thomas on her revealing book Confessions of a Sociopath and what empaths don't understand; Sonia del Re on why the art world should reconsider its stance on M.C. Escher.
Director Noah Baumbach on his new film, While We're Young, and the love/hate relationship between generations. Plus, from the Best of Q: London Grammar performs from If You Wait. Legendary cartoonist Bob Mankoff on the merits of choosing a creative life.
Music educators square off in Q debate: should music educators begin with the ukulele or the recorder? Plus, Canadian jazz star Diana Krall on her new album Wallflower. And New York-based painter Kehinde Wiley on his radical twist on classical portraits.
Sir Paul McCartney explores new sounds with soundtrack for Destiny video game, Dan Mangan and Blacksmith perform in Studio Q, actress Jennifer Aniston breaks type for dark role in Cake, and NYT columnist Daniel Jones shares love lessons from strangers.
The Decemberists perform live from What a Terrible World, What a Beautiful World. High Fidelity author Nick Hornby on his latest novel, Funny Girl. Plus Mark Burnett, the undeniable king of Reality TV, on the faith-driven side of his creative work.
Canadian author André Alexis on his latest novel Fifteen Dogs; Plus, from the Best of Q, Tony Hadley and Gary Kemp from 80s new romantic band Spandau Ballet, and McGill neuroscientist Daniel Levitin on we can't seem to think straight these days.
Friday Live performance and chat with "hidden gem" Michael Feuerstack; Hockey Wives reality star Maripier Morin blasts "puck bunny" stereotype; Patricia Clarkson on new Ontario-set thriller, October Gale; and the true story of the Holocaust Survivor Band.
Actress Candice Bergen (Murphy Brown, Boston Legal) reflects on her life off screen; Dan Snaith a.k.a. Caribou performs from his powerful record, Our Love; and R.L. Stine. — the "Stephen King of children's literature" — returns to spook a new generation.
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