Friday Live musical guests, Vampire Weekend* Artist Robert Bateman in Russia* A panel on Hollywood's "casting couch"* Kathryn Borel on her new memoir, "Corked"* Ramin Karimloo, the newly-announced lead in the Phantom Of The Opera sequel
Maclean's columnist Andrew Potter on how Prime Minister Stephen Harper's singing foray has affected his public image* Toronto indie pop ensemble The Hidden Camera stop by to perform* New York co-author of challenged children's book about gay penguins "And Tango Makes Three", Peter Parnell* Screenboy Jesse Wente
A Canadian exclusive feature interview with Belfast-born soul legend Van Morrison* New York-based film producer Karin Chien on the state of independent filmmaking in China* The Download Down-Lo with Mio Adilman
The Q sports panel on 24-hour sports networks' impact on sports, and Wayne Gretzky stepping down as coach of the Phoenix Coyotes* American consumer and political activist Ralph Nader is in studio with his new novel, "Only the Super-rich Can Save Us"* Canadian author Robert J. Sawyer on how his novel ...
It's Friday Live with Canadian pop legend Jann Arden performing in studio* Canadian fashion designer Mark Fast on using plus-sized models in his London Fashion Week show* American comedian Louis CK* Grammy-winning American violinist Joshua Bell* Elvira Kurt's "Cultural Hall of Shame"
Canada's heritage minister James Moore responds to criticism over the homeless National Portrait Gallery and re-structured Canada Music Fund* Feature chat with German auteur Werner Herzog* Canadian comedian Ron James on his new program, "The Ron James Show"
L.A. Times reporter Mark Mangier on arts venue attacks in Pakistan* Russian-born, New York-based anti-folk musician Regina Spektor* Jonathan Ames, creator of the fact-fueled-fiction "Noir-otic" comedy TV show "Bored to Death"
American chart-topping jazz musician Harry Connick Jr. on his new album "Your Songs"* Documentarian Adam Yamaguchi talks about humanoid robots and his film "Japan: Robot Nation"* Q's sports culture panel is back to debtate intersex athletes, RIM CEO Jim Balsillie's battle to bring another NHL team to ...
Q favourite and "Norwegian wonder" Sondre Lerche chats and performs as our Friday Live guest* Canadian literary legend Margaret Atwood and her new book "Year of the Flood"* Crafting the "ideal" David Bowie tune* Antagonizing animals with FU Penguin blogger-turned-author Matthew Gasteier
Aussie musician/author export Nick Cave on his new novel "The Death of Bunny Munro"* Gossip blogger Perez Hilton discusses his transformation into a musical taste maker* Author Greg Garret explores U2's spiritual underpinnings* Mio Adilman
Documentary filmmaker Michael Moore on his latest offering, "Capitalism: A Love Story"* Author Chris Hedges and cultural critic Adam Sternbergh debate the effect of sensational pop culture* Irish/Czech musical duo The Swell Season stops by for a chat and performance from its new album, "Strict Joy"
A Q exclusive interview with Oscar-winning British filmmaker Danny Boyle* Senator Jerry Grafstein defends the need for Canada's Portrait Gallery* Brooklyn writer Anna Jane Grossman talks about her new book "Obsolete: An Encyclopedia of Once-Common Things Passing Us By."