Q with Jian Ghomeshi
In defence of the 'tearjerker'- cultural critic Carl Wilson says it's ok to cry. The final Q media panel of the season on Northern Gateway. Influential Kenyan writer Binyavanga Wainaina on gay rights in Africa. Future Islands perform throughout the show!
Former Reykjavík 'joke mayor' Jon Gnarr on why politics can't be left to politicians. Suzanne Goldenberg argues Hillary Clinton should play up gender if she runs for president. And Mark Henry Rowswell, a.k.a. Dashan, on how he became a celebrity in China.
Buzzfeed's Scott Lamb on how the wildly popular site grabs you by the eyeballs. Canadian actress Mackenzie Davis on Halt and Catch Fire and hacking the system. Brazilian artist Gustavo Pandolfo, half of the Os Gemeos duo, on street art and staying fresh.
Somali-British journalist Jamal Osman on his repeated refusal to spy for Britain. Orange is the New Black stars Taylor Schilling and Uzo Aduba on the complex world inside the Netflix show. Comic Jenny Slate on Obvious Child and tackling abortion in film.
Why the O.J. Simpson Ford Bronco car chase was a cultural game-changer. Brazil's bossa nova king, Sergio Mendes, on Magic and bringing his sound to the world stage. South African photographer Zanele Muholi on her powerful portraits of LGBT South Africans.
Is there hope for Detroit's dilapidated neighbourhoods? Charlie Le Duff weighs in. The ever-subversive John Waters on hitch-hiking across the U.S.A. Introducing Montreal's bilingual news outlet: Ricochet Media. Sam Roberts Band performs from Lo-Fantasy.