Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio: Episodes

music from Diamond Rings; a look at Hollywood's controversial NC-17 rating; The Kids in the Hall's Scott Thompson talks about career, his new graphic novel and a new acting gig; Athletic programs for babies; Elvira Kurt's Cultural Hall of Shame
Art historian Jonathan Katz is the co-curator of the Smithsonian's "Hide/Seek" exhibition- he talks about the museum's decision to remove a work of gay-themed art; Canadian actor/writer Bob Martin on his musical Broadway adaptation of the film "Elf"; Coronation Street actor Michael LeVell
actor Paul Giamatti talks about his role as Barney Panofsky in the much-anticipated film adaptation of Mordecai Richler's "Barney's Version"; cartoonist and writer Garry Trudeau talks about the 40th Anniversary of his groundbreaking comic strip, "Doonesbury"; TV star and tattoo artist Kat Von D talks ...
rebranding Playboy TV; music legend Kenny Rogers looks back on his career; what William and Kate's royal engagement means for class and status in England
award-winning biographer Stacy Schiff talks about Cleopatra and her pop culture image as a powerful beauty; singer-songwriter Jeremy Fisher plays music from his new album "Flood"; Onion writer Nathan Rabin, author of "My Year of Flops," talks about his year-long immersion into the worst cinema can offer
Vancouver rockers Black Moutain play songs from their new album "Wilderness Heart"; culturally-incisive sci-fi writer William Gibson; singer/songwriter Sarah mcLachlan performs from her new album "Laws of Illusion"; media panel; writer John Vaillant on his acclaimed work of non-fiction "The Tiger: A ...
the issues of viral videos filmed in university classrooms; Nigella Lawson talks about her career in food writing and TV, and image versus reality; musical duo Jenny and Johnny (Jenny Lewis and Jonathan Rice)
author Jonathan Bloom ("American Wasteland")talks about the costs of the Western waste of food; singer/songwriter Feist and filmmaker Anthony Seck discuss the new Feist documentary "Look At What The Light Did Now"; Mio Adilman's Download Down low; Rebecca Northam on her off-Broadway one woman show "Blind Date"
Journalist and media critic Jennifer Pozner on the troubling truth about reality television; Scottish singer-songwiter KT Tunstall performs and talks about her new album "Tiger Suit";
Nina Arsenault talks about her critically-acclaimed theatre show, "The Silicone Diaries," an account of her transition ...
A look at Japanese hologram popstar Hatsune Miku; comdian actress and author Amy Sedaris talks about her new book "Simple Times: Crafts for Poor People"; Q's sports culture panel takes on the Grey Cup, Brian Burke and Qatar's World Cup ambitions
music from Wolf Parade; the amazing story of 'Holy Crap!' cereal; actress/singer Mandy Moore discusses her role in the animated film "Tangled"; prison librarian Avi Steinburg talks about his work as described in his book "Running the Books: The Adventures of an Accidental Prison Librarian"
Is controversial author James Frey exploiting young writers?; comedian Louis CK on "National Opt-Out Day"; acclaimed soul/pop singer Cee-lo Green; famed Canadian impressionist Andre-Philippe Gagnon
UNESCO: protecting World Heritage Sites - and now World Heritage tradtions; the panelists and books of Canada Reads revealed; Russia's Russia's government: fix declining rural communities by moving everyone into 20 megacities.
best-selling author Erica Jong wades into a controversy about Mothering; comic legend Jerr Stiller (Seinfeld) looks back at his career; artist Jim Sanborn about cryptographers' obsession with his Kryptos sculpture
author and scholar Jeet Heer takes on Macleans' magazine and the "too Asian" Canadian university controversy; 30 Rock actor and stand-up comic Judah Friedlander on his martial arts prowess; Q's Sports Culture panel looks at the seriousness of sports media.
music from the Wailin Jenny's Ruth Moody; literary critic Laura Miller takes issue with National Writing Month; legendary talk show host Dick Cavett looks back at his career; Q's Media Panel; Elvira Kurt
a look at reality tv's "Sarah Palin's Alaska", singer/songwriter Luke Doucet performs and discusses his new album "Steel City Trawler"; Survivorman Les Stroud looks at the lessons from other survivors in his book "Will to Live"
author Alan Shadrake's battle with Singapore law; Oscar-winning filmmaker Alex Gibney discusses his latest film "Client 9: the Rise and Fall of Eliot Spitzer"; Sweishinventor is Richard Stark on his swimming prsthetic, the Neptune
saving Pompeii; Brazilian singer Luisa Maita; UK singing star Adele premiers her new single "Rolling in the Deep"; the top words of 2010 according to the Global Langauge Monitor
Mordecai Richler biographer Charles Foran on the Montreal street-naming controversy; Acadian music superstar Roch Voisine talks about his new album, "Americana"; Q's sports panel talks poker
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