Q with Jian Ghomeshi
Scottish comedian Danny Bhoy on his latest one-man show, Dear Epson, and the art of writing a complaint letter. Michael Lannan, co-creator and co-writer of HBO's Looking, on complicating gay characters and why it matters in 2014.
Q's Oscar panel -- Johanna Schneller, Brian D. Johnston, and Katherine Monk -- do a lively post-mortem on the 86th Academy Awards. Writer and advocate Janet Mock speaks on her memoir, Redefining Realness, and transgender issues in the media.
Wake Owl, a band that blends folk with retro atmospherics, performs throughout the show! Can celebrities declare themselves 'unfamous'? Q medial panel on this week's top stories. Comedian Victoria Melody on how beauty pageants are just like dog shows.
Awaiting justice for jailed Al Jazeera journalists in Egypt. Musician and activist Angélique Kidjo on her recent memoir, Spirit Rising, and the power of speaking for oneself. Project Runway's Tim Gunn on self-love and the meaning of mentorship.
Gay rights activist Kasha Jacqueline Nabagesera on Uganda's severe new anti-gay laws. Alain de Botton's site, The Philosophers' Mail, adds texture to the tabloids. LeanIn.org editor Jessica Bennett on updating stock photos of women with Getty Images.
Venezuela-based journalist Phil Gunson offers insight on the ongoing turmoil in Venezuela. Humorist and author AJ Jacobs on his new obsession with "turbocharged" family trees. Director Ilinca Calugareanu on her documentary, Chuck Norris versus Communism