Q with Jian Ghomeshi
Can legendary graphic designer Milton Glaser rebrand climate change? Australian rock legend Nick Cave on fact-meets-fiction film, 20,000 Days On Earth. Nev Schulman, of the documentary-turned-TV-show Catfish, on the ethics of exposing online imposters.
Thomas King, award-winning author of The Inconvenient Indian, on new novel: The Back of the Turtle. Arcade Fire's Richard Reed Parry on composing classical music. Dancer/choreographer Randy Glynn turns spotlight on seniors in Dancing in the Third Act.
Canadian film auteur Atom Egoyan on why he stands by his new film, The Captive, despite an icy reception at Cannes. Jack Antonoff, a.k.a. Bleachers, performs live from Strange Desire. Writer Mireille Silcoff unpacks the odd popularity of unboxing videos.
Tony and Emmy award winning actor Mandy Patinkin on the importance of staying versatile. Widely influential British musician Kate Bush on chaos and creativity. Former UFC fighter Georges St-Pierre on harnessing the power of fear.
Jason Mark on wi-fi in the wilderness and why he fears we're losing the ability and desire to truly get "away". NBA great Julius "Dr. J" Erving on his off-court legacy. Blue Rodeo performs from In Our Nature and reflect on Greg Keelor's hearing loss.
Going Deep host David Rees on hacking the ordinary (how to open doors, sharpen pencils, make ice). Passenger (Mike Rosenberg) performs live from Whispers. Best of Q: Grant Lawrence chronicles his ambivalence toward hockey in Lonely End of the Rink.