Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio: Episodes

Acclaimed documentarian Errol Morris' new series on sports obsessives. Andy Greenberg on pop culture contraband in North Korea. Historian John Lutz on Grafton Tyler Brown's lost paintings. Cellist Matt Haimovitz and pianist Christopher O'Riley perform!
Southern Ontario's Del Bel performs from their dreamy debut album, Oneiric. Daniel Engber makes the case against TV small talk. The Q media panel reconvenes. Filmmaker Kirby Dick on new documentary about campus sexual assault, The Hunting Ground.
Nepali rapper Yama Buddha on the rise of 'nep hop' and battle rap in Kathmandu. Ukulele virtuoso Jake Shimabukuro thrills us with three live performances. Filmmaker Sturla Gunnarsson on his stunning new documentary about India's rainy season, Monsoon.
Oscar and Grammy award-winning composer Howard Shore; South African photographer Andiswa Mkhosi and researcher Shelley Butler on the ethics of township tours; Vocalid founder Rupal Patel on upping the diversity of computerized voices via "voice donors".
The Age of Love director Steve Loring and senior speed dater Janice Ledtke on why it's never too late to find love. Journalist Emily Landau on how antidepressants have shaped her identity. Mommy star Suzanne Clement on Xavier Dolan's "masterpiece" film.
Q debate: Should music educators start with the ukelele instead of the recorder? Malcolm X's daughter Ilyasah Shabazz on her new YA novel, X. Filmmaker Patricia Rozema on female actors who refuse to be sidekicks. Andy Kim performs throughout the show.
Actor, filmmaker and "wannabe Canadian" Kevin Smith takes the mic for the second instalment of celebrity guest host Thursdays. Today: Q sports panel; behind the scenes with Drive director Nicolas Winding Refn; Linda Schuyler on Degrassi's 35th birthday.
Educator Davey Shlasko on why "they" should go mainstream as a gender-neutral pronoun alternative to he or she. Filmmaker Richie Mehta on his abduction thriller, Siddarth. Game developer Brianna Wu on Why Law & Order's #Gamergate episode is troubling.
Q Oscar panel weighs in on the "terminally boring" 87th Academy Awards. 'Cam Girlz' film explores the real lives of women who bare all online. Find out why Canadian Soprano Jane Archibald makes a sparkling Semele. Canadian rapper Saukrates performs live!
Curator Virgina Eichhorn on the Getting Naked exhibit, and why Canadians are bashful about nudity in art. Breaking Bad writer Peter Gould on penning the prequel, Better Call Saul. Danish Photographer Mads Nissen on his World Press Photo of the Year Award.
Ex-pianist Barbara Willis Sweete on making film her instrument. Alligator Pie author Dennis Lee on writing poetry for a new generation. How Prince's Purple Rain got a 'Desert Blues' tint. Surprise celebrity guest Measha Brueggergosman hosts and performs!
Friday Live: Whitehorse performs live from Leave No Bridge Unburned! Fred "The Hammer" Williamson reflects on his career and recent TBFF Pioneer Award. The Q media panel reconvenes. Animator Torill Kove on her Oscar-nominated film, Me and My Moulton.
Priya's Shakti: Survivor-turned-superhero targets sexual violence. From The Bodyguard to Black Or White: Kevin Costner speaks frankly about race in his films. Quebec star Evelyne Brochu on breaking language barriers through English film and TV.
Actor and writer Jason Segel on why it's good to scare kids and his children's book, Nightmares. Andrew Hozier-Byrne, a.k.a. Hozier, performs live in Studio Q. Filmmaker Ava DuVernay on directing Selma, the first-ever biopic of Martin Luther.
Why flaws upfront dating site "Settle For Love" urges honesty. Actor Jay Baruchel on Man Seeking Woman and the absurdity of dating. Photographer Chloƫ Ellingson on the truth behind "picture perfect" couples. STARS perform new and old nuanced love songs.
Does public radio sound too "white"? Radio producers Chenjerai Kumanyika, Nick Davis and Mariel Borelli discuss. Saturday Night Live at 40: SNL's influence, then and now. Q's first Expat Panel: How international media covers sexual violence.
The Daily Show's Al Madrigal on mixed race identity and feeling like a "fake Latino". Flight of the Concords' Jemaine Clement on his new vampire comedy, What We Do In The Shadows. Director Jordan Tannahill on staging Sheila Heti's "unstageable" play.
Egyptian mural artist Ganzeer on his first North American exhibit. Acclaimed photojournalist Lynsey Addario on navigating relationships, motherhood in a profession that doesn't accommodate either. Best of Q: Flea takes on big role in Joe Albany biopic.
Critically-acclaimed singer/songwriter performs live from Terraplane throughout the show. Wild author Cheryl Strayed on reviving her cult hit advice column, Dear Sugar. The Organized Mind author Dan Levitin on how we're rewiring our weary human brains.
The Jinx: Accused killer speaks publicly in new HBO doc series. Bestselling author Nick Hornby (High Fidelity, About a Boy) on his new novel, Funny Girl. Q media panel: What should the media do with graphic ISIS videos? Plus, Operators perform live!
Please wait...