Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio: Episodes

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!
British author Martin Amis on his latest novel, Zone of Interest, and the "wild disgrace" of Auschwitz. Best of Q: Harper Lee's former neighbour, Marja Mills. Canadian jazz star Diana Krall on Wallflower, her new album of smoky, velvet contralto covers.
We explore KidZania's child-size simulation of the adult world. Lemony Snicket creator Daniel Handler embarks on a new adventure with We Are Pirates. Kathleen Phillips and Dan Redican on Sunnyside, a new sketch comedy show that spoofs yuppie universe.
Paul Fischer shares the story of South Korean actors forced to produce propaganda. Renowned French artist Tomi Ungerer on subversion as a default setting. Filmmaker Madeleine Grant on The Backward Class, her film about India's "untouchable" students.
How hard is it to track down stolen works of art? Two experts shed light. Artist Douglas Coupland reflects on the first major survey of his work. How should rudeness be defined in the age of overshare? Plus, fiddling sensation Anne Lindsay performs live.
Actress Evangeline Lilly on switching gears to pen a children's book. Miranda July on her debut novel, The First Bad Man. Famously disruptive comic Norm Macdonald storms Studio Q. Sports panel on deflategate and Marshawn Lynch. Bry Webb performs live.
Comedians Bob Goldthwait and Barry Crimmins on their unflinching film about child abuse, Call Me Lucky. Alan Doyle returns to Studio Q with his second solo record, So Let's Go. Travis Fleetwood a.k.a Organik on Toronto's ballooning battle rap league.
Web series creator Pal Karlsen on why he put Norwegian teens to work in a sweatshop. Comedian Mary Walsh on her work as a mental health advocate. Q's pop culture panel reconvenes to discuss this week's top arts and entertainment headlines.
U.K. comic and Too Much Information author Dave Gorman on toggling through a world of TMI. International opera star Christine Goerke on Wagner's Die Walk├╝re and overcoming adversity. Comedian Aparna Nancherla on stand up and subverting expectation.
Toronto rapper Tre Mission soaks in global influence to deliver genre-bending sound. Counter-culture icon Art Spiegelman on cartooning in the wake of Charlie Hebdo. 'The City Before The City' curator Jordan Wilson on Musqueam culture in Vancouver.
Dragons' Den rookie Michael Wekerle on the art of investment. Naomi Klein and Avi Lewis on adapting This Changes Everything. Selma director Ava DuVernay on echoes of Martin Luther King, Jr. Symphonic pop singer/songwriter Lydia Ainsworth performs live.
Jennifer Aniston on her dark role in indie drama Cake. Actor Eric Peterson on his return to the stage in The Seagull. Director Ana Lily Amirpour on her film A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night. Absolutely Free performs from their self-titled debut album.
Sweden's Troll Hunter Robert Aschberg on unmasking online bullies. British electro-pop buzz band London Grammar performs live from If You Wait. Unisex aficionado Natalia Manzocco on why fashion is going gender-neutral.
Australian TV producer Trudi-Ann Tierney on what it's really like to shoot TV in Afghanistan.The Ting Tings switch it up with disco-infused record, Super Critical. Appropriate Behaviour writer/director/star Desiree Akhavan is NOT the Iranian Lena Dunham.
The Rural Alberta Advantage perform live throughout the show as our first ever Monday Live guests! Mr. D's Gerry Dee shares whether the CBC show is edgy enough for him. Comedian Sara Schaefer on how to poke fun at pop culture (and still love it).
McGill prof Charmaine Nelson takes aim at blackface in Quebec. The Canada Reads 2015 celebrity panel and books are revealed. Icelandic performance artist Ragnar Kjarnasson on his ambitious long-form art.
Dan Mangan and Blacksmith perform live from Club Meds. Why NYC's campaign against "manspreading" hit a nerve. Q media panel reconvenes to talk Charlie Hebdo, Leslie Roberts, Amanda Lang. Portlandia star Fred Armisen on bang-on impersonations.
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