Q with Jian Ghomeshi
Futebol Nation author Davids Goldblatt on how soccer has gone from national unifier to sore spot in Brazil. Musician-turned-chef Kelis on returning to music after a 6-year hiatus. How facial recognition apps and 'face prints' could change everything.
Is the nutrition advice of health experts being tainted by corporate sponsorship? Two observers weigh in. Actor Jesse Eisenberg and director Richard Ayoade on The Double. "The Real Cosima", Cosima Herter, on real world questions raised by Orphan Black.
What happens when you give money directly to poor mothers? Olga Khazan shares lessons from Brazil. Def Jam co-founder Russell Simmons on how meditation has helped him sustain success. Plus, are colourized historical photographs delightful or deceitful?
Amazon vs. Hachette: Jeremy Greenfield on a high-stakes and heated dispute. Celebrated Brazilian singer-songwriter Bebel Gilberto previews her new album, Tudo. Huffington Post editor Benjamin Hart makes the case for ditching the catch-all term "content".
Montreal-raised troubadour Rufus Wainwright, Canadian filmmaker David Cronenberg, Green Porno creator Isabella Rossellini, Q media panel, Alt-country singer-songwriter Justin Rutledge, Electronic wizards A Tribe Called Red, Q rabble-rouser Elvira Kurt.
Film-making power team Jennifer Baichwal and Edward Burtynsky on their powerful Watermark film. Grammy-winning country-rock singer/songwriter Rosanne Cash performs from The River & The Thread. Artist Suzanne Heintz on why she has a mannequin family.