Q with Jian Ghomeshi
Kings of Late Night: W. Kamau Bell on the lack of diversity on nighttime TV. Q media panel on Scottish referendum, Rob Ford's cancer diagnosis. Rising comic Cameron Esposito on side mullets and socially conscious stand up. Arkells perform from High Noon.
Gail Asper responds to critics of her parents' dream: the new Canadian Museum for Human Rights. 'Women in Clothes' editors explain their quest for the why, not how, of self-presentation. Tim Minchin on Matilda and music that just happens to be funny.
The Flipside: How Michael Loftus hopes to shake up political satire with his right-wing comedy show. Canadian broadcast exclusive: Barbra Streisand on her roots and her new record. Clickbait culture is seeping into TV and film, argues writer Brian Moylan.
Comedian and 'angry everyman' Lewis Black on his love/hate relationship with the age of Twitter. Jeanne Beker on the complex relationship between fashion and politics. Adam Cohen performs from We Go Home and reflects on the influence of his famous father.
Jon Stewart on taking time away from The Daily Show to direct Rosewater. Former war correspondent Kelly McEvers on the difficult decision to come home. The Q Sports Panel reflects on the "bulletproof" NFL's handling of the Ray Rice controversy.
Miranda July on her Somebody app, which makes strangers your messengers. Anna Kendrick on her return to musicals for The Last Five Years. Quebec director Philippe Falardeau on his English-language debut, The Good Lie. Plus, Rich Aucoin performs live!