Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio: Episodes

Controversial WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange joins Jian in a Canadian Broadcast Exclusive. NYT journalist on the irony of Hollywood agents courting YouTube stars. The Q sports panel on Bill Simmons' suspension, Hope Solo, and Derek Jeter's legacy.
Comedian Chris Rock on stand-up on the age of smart phones. Journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones on what the media can learn from the Shonda Rhimes furor. Award-winning comedian Wanda Sykes says comics never retire. Sloan performs live throughout the show.
Comedian Tig Notaro on bouncing back from the lowest point in her life. The Orenda author Joseph Boyden on Winnipeg's ground-breaking ballet on Canada's dark history of residential schools. How astrology pundits in Burma are shaking up national politics.
Comic Jen Kirkman pokes fun at pressure to marry and procreate - but also stay forever young. Belgian superstar Stromae on reaching new, English-speaking audiences with his North American tour. Q debate: Should we take the guilt out of guilty pleasures?
Why Russia's Kremlin-backed broadcaster NTV is targeting critical cultural figures. British writer Caitlin Moran on her semi-autobiographical, coming-of-age novel, How to Build a Girl. Inuk throat singer Tanya Tagaq on her 2014 Polaris Music Prize win.
Photographer Chris Bartlett on his portraits of former Abu Ghraib prisoners. Comedian Andrea Martin on her career highlights and hard times. Former CrossFit enthusiast Lauren McKeon and kinesiology professor Martin Gibala on the pros and cons of Crossfit.
Kings of Late Night: W. Kamau Bell on the lack of diversity on nighttime TV. Q media panel on Scottish referendum, Rob Ford's cancer diagnosis. Rising comic Cameron Esposito on side mullets and socially conscious stand up. Arkells perform from High Noon.
Gail Asper responds to critics of her parents' dream: the new Canadian Museum for Human Rights. 'Women in Clothes' editors explain their quest for the why, not how, of self-presentation. Tim Minchin on Matilda and music that just happens to be funny.
The Flipside: How Michael Loftus hopes to shake up political satire with his right-wing comedy show. Canadian broadcast exclusive: Barbra Streisand on her roots and her new record. Clickbait culture is seeping into TV and film, argues writer Brian Moylan.
Comedian and 'angry everyman' Lewis Black on his love/hate relationship with the age of Twitter. Jeanne Beker on the complex relationship between fashion and politics. Adam Cohen performs from We Go Home and reflects on the influence of his famous father.
Jon Stewart on taking time away from The Daily Show to direct Rosewater. Former war correspondent Kelly McEvers on the difficult decision to come home. The Q Sports Panel reflects on the "bulletproof" NFL's handling of the Ray Rice controversy.
Miranda July on her Somebody app, which makes strangers your messengers. Anna Kendrick on her return to musicals for The Last Five Years. Quebec director Philippe Falardeau on his English-language debut, The Good Lie. Plus, Rich Aucoin performs live!
Oscar-nominated actor Ethan Hawke on his banner year, and memories of Robin Williams. Enterprising collector Paul Moran on how John Updike's trash became his treasure. Dr. Ildiko Tabori on the mental health of comedians and stigma around getting help.
Filmmaker Joshua Oppenheimer on revisiting the dark legacy of Indonesia's 1965 military coup. Jake Gyllenhaal on his dark role in the noir thriller, Nightcrawler. Brett Bailey defends his controversial art project, which recalls colonial-era human zoos.
UNICEF's Adolphus Scott on how pop music is helping battle misinformation about Ebola. British actress Keira Knightley on The Imitation Game and her genre-defying career thus far. Actor Robert Downey Jr. on big questions posed in his new film, The Judge.
Pucks and propaganda: Gabe Polsky's 'Red Army' doc explores how the Cold War played out in hockey arenas. The New Pornographers perform from their energetic new album, 'Brill Bruisers'. Best of Q: Seniors speak frankly in 'All the Sex I've Ever Had'.
Bill Murray's long-time collaborator, Canadian director Ivan Reitman, on what the legend's really like. The Q media panel on today's top stories. Acclaimed British filmmaker Mike Leigh on his biopic, Mr. Turner. Bahamas (a.k.a. Afie Jurvanen) performs.
Can legendary graphic designer Milton Glaser rebrand climate change? Australian rock legend Nick Cave on fact-meets-fiction film, 20,000 Days On Earth. Nev Schulman, of the documentary-turned-TV-show Catfish, on the ethics of exposing online imposters.
Thomas King, award-winning author of The Inconvenient Indian, on new novel: The Back of the Turtle. Arcade Fire's Richard Reed Parry on composing classical music. Dancer/choreographer Randy Glynn turns spotlight on seniors in Dancing in the Third Act.
Canadian film auteur Atom Egoyan on why he stands by his new film, The Captive, despite an icy reception at Cannes. Jack Antonoff, a.k.a. Bleachers, performs live from Strange Desire. Writer Mireille Silcoff unpacks the odd popularity of unboxing videos.
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