Q with Jian Ghomeshi
YouTube darling Lilly Singh, a.k.a. Superwoman, on internet fame and keeping it real. U.K. writer Tim Parks and Globe arts and books editor Jared Bland on focused reading in a distracted world. Best of Q: Canadian rapper Shad performs from Flying Colours.
British filmmaker Julien Temple on his new documentary, Rio 50 Degrees. Hari Kondabolu on his smart, socially-conscious brand of comedy. Journalist Ryan Jacobs explains why many Icelanders believe in huldufolk (hidden people), also known as elves.
Is CrossFit worth the risk? Former enthusiast, Lauren McKeon, and kinesiology prof, Martin Gibala weigh in. Tracey Davis on the secret struggles faced by her famous father, Sammy Davis Jr. Journalist Rachel Holmes on professional birth photography.
Food editor Gabriella Gershenson on "unsettling" new apps that sell and scalp reservations for popular restaurants. Director Richard Linklater on his ground-breaking film, Boyhood. Best of Q: Broadcaster Ali Velshi says Al Jazeera can make it in America.
Journalist Jesse Katz on the murky waters Cuban baseball players navigate for a shot at the big leagues. Director Steve James on Life Itself, his new documentary about film critic Roger Ebert. Best of Q: Jazz legend Sheila Jordan on risks worth taking.
Is this the best World Cup ever? Q sports panel, Stephen Brunt and Cathal Kelly, weigh in. Vancouver-born comedian Nathan Fielder on his business makeover parody show, Nathan For You. Remembering Bobby Womack: we revisit his stunning 2012 interview on Q.