Q with Jian Ghomeshi
Jian checks up on freedom of expression in India, where some say the creative class is being muzzled. Coeur de pirate (Beatrice Martin) performs live from her first English-language album, Trauma. Are the children of celebrities fair game for paparazzi?
Foreign Policy editor Christian Caryl on the "strange" coverage of the Ukraine in Russian media. John Carter Cash on finding lost sessions recorded by his famous father, Johnny Cash. Director Malcolm Clarke share the incredible story of Alice Herz-Sommer.
L'actualite blogger Jerome Lussier on why Quebec's language laws may harm French language and culture. 'Orange is the New Black' star Taylor Schilling on her new film, Stay. Artist Suzanne Heintz on her 14-year family photo project starring mannequins.
The creators of a song mocking Pakistan's YouTube ban explain the serious message behind their viral hit. Broken Bells perform live from their latest record, "After the Disco". Dr. Patrick O'Connor on comic book therapy and the healing power of heroes.
Team Orenda - Wab Kinew and Joseph Boyden - reflect on winning Canada Reads 2014. Chloe Sevigny on the complex avenger she plays in Those Who Kill. Actor/comedian Dave Foley on his new series, Spun Out. Tokyo Police Club activates Forcefield in Studio Q.
Are the on-the-ground makers of TV's most thrilling shows at too much risk? As select restaurants serve up wilder items - like squirrel, beaver, hare - Chef David McMillan and 'Anything That Moves' author Dana Goodyear offer insight on changing appetite