Q with Jian Ghomeshi
The case against casting able-bodied actors as disabled characters. Lawyer-turned-actor Greg Poehler on his fish-out-of-water comedy, Welcome to Sweden. Best of Q: Are we over-diagnosing ADHD? A reporter and medical expert weigh in.
Filmmaker Anton Corbijn on A Most Wanted Man, a film that features one of Philip Seymour Hoffman's final performances. Broken Bells perform from their latest record, After the Disco. Longtime entertainer Bob Saget on going from G-rated to R-rated humour.
Berlin-based journalist Thomas Rogers on how neo-Nazis in Germany are using hipster culture to recruit youth. Syrian actor Jay Abdo on starting from scratch after stardom. Best of Q: Photographer Graham McIndoe on chronicling his own heroin addiction.
Actress Kim Cattrall on her new HBO Canada TV series, Sensitive Skin. Jason Mraz performs with the band Raining Jane from his new album, Yes! Best of Q: Perpetual Hollywood sidekick Judy Greer on her new memoir, I Don't Know What You Know Me From.
Q devotes its full show to American singer/songwriter Tom Petty. The rock and roll icon joins Jian for a candid conversation where he talks about his early days, his big hits and his forthcoming album with The Heartbreakers, Hypnotic Eye.
Iranian-American comedian and actor Maz Jobrani on the politics of hosting Just for Laugh's 'Ethnic Show.' Canadian indie band Alvvays performs live in studio from their self-titled album. Best of Q: Meet the voice behind Apple's Siri, Susan Bennett.