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Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio: Episodes

Q's Oscar panel discusses this year's nominees; Gary Taubes talks about his new book "Why We Get Fat: And What to Do About It"; Q talks to Christopher Smith on the rise (and fall) of dinner theatre
Q takes a look at the anonymously written book "O: A Presidential Novel" ; Jonathan Weiner talks about his latest book "Long for this World: The Strange Science of Immortality" ; Q's sports panel returns with a discussion on Lance Armstrong
Q celebrates the 150th birthday of the suit with a debate; Also, is rock music dead? Neil McCormick of the Telegraph says yes, NME's Paul Stokes says not quite yet; Jenn Grant is our Friday Live Guest; Elvira Kurt's Hall of Shame
Social media's contribution to revolution in Tunisia; Q revisits an interview with Olivier Assayas on his Golden Globe winning film "Carlos" ; The great spaces debate! Is it one space after a period... or two?
Q talks to LA Times food editor Russ Parsons about food critic anonymity; Gretchen Rubin talks about her latest book "The Happiness Project" ; Q revists an interview with Denis Villeneuve about his latest film "Incendies"
Art shares; Suzanne Somers talks about her new book "Sexy Forever"; American alt-country band the Jayhawks talk about the re-release of "Hollywood Town Hall" and "The Green Glass"
Sami Mahdi talks about his new show "The Mask," which focuses on the issues faced by women in Afghanistan, journalist Nelofer Pazira also weighs in; Jian recaps last night's Golden Globe Awards; Q sports panel talks about Sidney Crosby's recent head injury and violence in hockey; writer Karen Armstrong ...
Our media panel reconvenes for 2011 to talk about Sarah Palin's recent "blood libel" speech; Russ Leatherman (a.k.a. Mr. Moviefone) talks about his 6 second reviews; Christopher Plummer stops in for a chat about his career and his upcoming play "Barrymore"; Elvira Kurt returns; the cast of "Assassins" ...
A discussion on the ethical eating of horse meat; Josh Groban talks about his success, his latest CD and Kanye West's tweets; Bob Saget stops in to talk about his stand-up comedy tour.
A discussion on using shock value in PSA's; Colour forecaster Keith Recker talks about the "colour of the year" for 2011 (Honeysuckle); and Q revisits an interview with actor Stephen Dorff on his role in Sofia Coppola's upcoming film "Somewhere"
Toy guns in Iraq; Artist, producer and composer Brian Eno on his "77 million paintings"; actor Adam Beach on the importance of being a role model
Bollywood and the war on terror; broadcaster Ira Glass ("This American Life"); actor Paul Giamatti on his role in "Barney's Version"
Toronto-based traditional blues trio catl; Chernobyl tourism; Piers Steel on procrastination; racist depictions in Loony Tunes
Dynamic pricing on the Internet; Gordon Pinsent on The Pillars of the Earth; John Ritchie on Village on a Diet
Oprah Book Club naysayer; Remy Girard and Kevin White from the CBC TV show InSecurity; Musical comedian Mae Martin
Spellbound author Karen Palmer on witch camps in western Ghana; Journalist Dan Gardner on his book Future Babble; Writers behind the graphic novel Kill Shakespeare
Cartoonist and writer Lynda Barry on her book, Picture This; A debate over whether we should eat meat with Jonathan Safran Foer and Anthony Bourdain; a look at the fashion blog Advanced Style
Neil Young and Daniel Lanois on their album, Le Noise; a profile of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg; comedian Sarah Silverman on her memoir, The Bedwetter
why a reality show that confronts well-known personalities with a terror scenario has become a hit TV series in Iraq; pianist Chilly Gonzales discusses creativity and his latest work, "Ivory Tower", a film about Chess; Journalist Peter Hitchens (brother of Christopher) elaborates on his latest book, ...
Author Samantha King ("Pink Ribbons, Inc.") talks abou the problems with Cancer Culture; best-selling author David Sedaris on his latest book ""Squirrel Seeks Chipmunk: A Modest Bestiary"; screenwriter Fred Fox Jr. on his infamous and influential Happy Days episode that saw the Fonz jump over a shark
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