Q with Jian Ghomeshi
Human rights in Thailand are in "free fall" following the coup, says Human Rights Watch. Janet Kestin and Nancy Vonk on 'Darling, You Can't Do Both' and making work culture work for women. Journalist Daniel Duane on the surprisingly simple way to get fit.
Meet the National Post's new chief: Anne Marie Owens. New Yorker cartoonist Roz Chast explores aging in her illustrated memoir. Jillian and Mariko Tamaki on their new graphic novel. Blues singer and guitarist Matt Andersen performs from Weightless.
Following news of Maya Angelou's death, we revisit Jian's 2011 interview with the legendary author. Comedian Todd Barry on his risky, unscripted Crowd Work Tour. Researcher Cheryl Williams on apps for babies -- are they little more than advertisements?
Indie filmmaker Ira Sachs on Love Is Strange, starring John Lithgow and Alfred Molina. Canadian director Don McKellar on The Grande Seduction, his remake of the 2003 Quebec film. Pop singer Corey Hart on fond farewells and 30 years of sunglasses at night.
Alice Greenwald, director and curator of the new 9/11 Memorial Museum, on the politics of commemoration. Inuk throat singer Tanya Tagaq on Animism and the things humans get wrong. Professor Patrick Parnaby on how police forces are using social media.
North Korea watcher Joshua Stanton on sorting fact from fiction in the Hermit Kingdom. Q sports panel - Sportsnet's Stephen Brunt, ESPN's Megan Greenwell - on Habs fever and Sterling fury. Food writer David Sax on the business and culture of food trends.