Eli Pariser, founder of Upworthy.com, on the site's rapid rise, its copycats and its critics. UK folk/punk musician Frank Turner performs from Tape Deck Heart. Canadian ultra-marathoner and philanthropist Ray Zahab on pushing human limitations.
Former trader Chris Arnade explains why it's hard to be both ethical and successful on Wall Street. Adventurer and filmmaker Bryan Smith on risking his neck to capture rare views. Swedish rockers The Hives will leave you buzzing in a special Monday Live.
Friday Live performances by Montreal's melodious Half Moon Run. Salon's Josh Eidelson on Wal-Mart protesters storming Black Friday. Q's weekly media panel. The owner of Conflict Kitchen on serving up foreign foods with a side of education.
Filmmaker Sarah McCarthy shares joys and challenges of international adoption in revealing film. Former private investigator and mother Charlotte Laws on battling 'Revenge Porn' kingpin. Fort McMoney docu-game explores complexities of oilsands debate.
Dr. Andrew Kolodny argues that the media is sensationalizing the dangers of "zombie drug" Krokodil. Donald Fagen of Steely Dan on his honest memoir Eminent Hipsters. And Jian reveals the Top 5 books for Canada Reads 2014 and their champions!
What's it really like to get an abortion? Writer Meaghan Winter shares rare and revealing stories. Randi Zuckerberg, former Facebook exec and CEO of Zuckerberg Media, on navigating our wired world. The National's Bryce Dessner shares his classical side.
Researcher Antoine Nouvet on social media savvy Mexican drug cartels. Sportsnet Magazine's Stephen Brunt and ESPN's Megan Greenwell kick off Q's sports culture panel this season. Ren Bostelaar on the popular Twitter parody account @stats_canada.
Liberian journalist Rodney Sieh on his 5,000-year prison sentence for libel. Actress Mariel Hemingway on her family's dark history. New York Times economics reporter Catherine Rampell makes a case for outsourcing our lives.
Friday Live guests: Florida-based folk-rockers Twin Forks. Researcher Jennifer Harris on why fast food is getting better at ads, but not food, for kids. Q's media panel: should reporters take a stance on Rob Ford? Munk Debate Preview: Are Men Obsolete?
Canadian Cave diver and filmmaker Jill Heinerth on what drives her to explore the depths of the earth. Former Prime Minister Joe Clark on why he fears Canada has lost its way. Journalist Ryan Jacobs on why so many Icelanders believe elves are real.
Journalist Jonathan Franklin on why many of the Chilean miners rescued in 2010 are now struggling above ground. From the Best of Q: comedian Eddie Izzard, who is now touring Canada. And why an art school virgin plans to have sex publicly with his partner.
PunditFact editor Aaron Sharockman on fact-checking talking heads. How a funny cartoon about women in film led Swedish movie houses to use the "Bechdel Test". Matt Johnson of The Dirties explains why he made a funny film about a school shooting plot.
From the best of Q: columnist Virginia Heffernan on why she chose to come out as a creationist. Comedian and actor Billy Crystal reflects on a life in entertainment. Duplitecture: Why has China been replicating many of the West's architectural gems?
Live performances from Paper Lions and Catherine Maclellan. Storyteller/songwriter Lennie Gallant. Q media panel: PEI edition. Actor Adam Brazier. Filmmaker Millefiore Clarkes. Potato vodka pros Arla Johnson and Julie Shore. World-changer Todd MacLean.
Connecting Ford Nation and hoser culture - are we more forgiving of boorish chumps, these days? Psychologist and writer Jesse Bering on his book, Perv: The Suprising Science of Sexual Deviance. Slapstick sportscaster Jay Onrait on his book Anchorboy.
Hellgoing author Lynn Coady on her Giller and the power of short stories. Comedian and Twitter king Rob Delaney on humour and honesty inspired by hard times. And from the Best of Q: Michael C. Hall on his role in the Beat-era drama, Kill Your Darlings.