Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio: Episodes

'The Crises of Multiculturalism' author Gavan Titley on the divisive politics of pork in Europe. Visual artist Kent Monkman on reimagining Canada's colonial past. Best of Q: Tom Hiddleston on playing a moody, world-weary vampire in Only Lovers Left Alive.
Our Easter special includes interviews with uber producer and musician Pharrell Williams, actor Viggo Mortensen and nonagenarian athlete Olga Kotelko.
What's with the uptick in films featuring religious themes? Pop culture writer Donna Bowman weigh in. Plus, Canadian author Miriam Toews on sisterhood, suicide and her latest book, All My Puny Sorrows. And The Hold Steady performs live from Teeth Dreams.
Our jam-packed special includes interviews with actor Richard Dreyfuss, artist Gustavo Santaolalla, children's entertainer Raffi and marathon runner Ray Zahab. Plus, performances from Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings.
'Not A Bug Splat' co-creator Akash Goel on humanizing the civilian victims of drone strikes. Best of Q: Jay Onrait on Anchorboy and bringing slapstick style to the sportscast. Just For Cats curator Scott Stulen defends the artist merit of cat videos.
Emily Parker on the Cuban Twitter controversy and blogging from the isolated island. Mega-bestselling novelist Jackie Collins on sex, strong women and raunchy moralism. Patrick Haggerty on re-releasing the first known gay country album, Lavender Country.
Heartbleed is just the beginning, warns New York Times tech writer Farhad Manjoo. Helen Wan on why her fictional novel, The Partner Track, seems to have struck a chord in the real world. Philadelphia band The War on Drugs bring dreamy vibe to Studio Q.
How looters are threatening the preservation of precious Egyptian artifacts. The Ultimate Warrior's death reheats questions about the dangers of the sport. Plus, odour advocate Victoria Henshaw on preserving the unique 'smellscapes' of individual cities.
The 'dead woman TV trope' and discomfort with complex female characters. Q media panel on Quebec and non-stop missing plane news. In a big month for Nirvana, we revisit Jian's chat with Krist Novoselic. Adam Beach on bringing the movies to First Nations.
Why the ear-splitting sound of extreme metal is set to rock Concordia University. Canadian theater, film and TV actor Colm Feore on looking into the abyss to play King Lear in Stratford. The National returns to Q for a special Thursday Live session.
Journalist and attorney Jordan Fletcher on the researchers risking death to document the crisis in Syria. Actress Molly Ringwald on returning to her first love to launch a career singing jazz. Alan Thicke exposes all in his new TV show, Unusually Thicke.
Journalists Brendan Kelly and Marc Cassivi on what the Quebec elections reveals about the province's culture. Bob Saget on his memoir Dirty Daddy, and where tragedy meets comedy. 20 years after the Rwandan genocide, we explore portraits of reconciliation.
Journalist Paul Solotaroff on the uncertain fate of Iraqi and Afghan translators. Filmmaker Katerina Cizek on the latest chapter of Highrise, the NFB's award-winning multimedia series. Uber co-star Judy Greer on her hilarious collection of confessions.
Master songwriter Neil Finn performs! Food writer Mark Bittman makes the case for enjoying much-maligned butter. Lexicographer Jesse Sheidlower says the media should be explicit with expletives. Amateur record reviewer Sarah O'Holla spins the tables.
From the Best of Q: Should cellphones be allowed on planes? Mariel Hemingway opens up on her struggle with depression and her family's dark secrets. British singer-songwriter Alison Moyet on The Minutes and appreciating every moment.
UNC professor Zeynep Tufekci on the bizarre context of Turkey's Twitter and Youtube ban. Innovative Quebec theatre writer, director and actor Robert Lepage on a career built on curiosity. Plus, Has Silicon Valley become the most ageist place in America?
On April Fool's Day, we ask: is it possible to anticipate when a joke won't be funny or a gag will go too far? Donald Glover aka Childish Gambino on his new record and his "salty" take on life. Italian group says mafia-themed food should be off the menu.
Genevieve Bell, Intel's house anthropologist, on the stories we tell about technology. New Yorker magazine's cartoon editor Bob Mankoff on the art and politics of cartooning. Seattle indie folk-rockers The Head and the Heart perform live!
Q LIVE at the Junos presents: Pop duo Tegan and Sara, curling champs Team Jennifer Jones, special Winnipeg media panel, musicians and humanitarians Chantal Kreviazuk and Raine Maida, Legendary rocker Randy Bachman, and winnipeg poet Katherena Vermette!
Best of Q special: Neuroscientist James Fallon explains how a brain scan changed his life. Donald Fagen on his storied career and straight-up world view. Underwater explorer Jill Heinerth on why she dives despite its dangers, and how she manages fear.
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