Q with Jian Ghomeshi
Canadian musician Chilly Gonzales performs and shares lessons throughout the show! Louise C.K. actress Sarah Baker on her viral 'So did the Fat Lady' scene. Q's media panel on this week's news. Photographer Lynn Goldsmith on decades spent shooting stars.
Irish artist Richard Mosse on "seducing" audiences into contemplating images of war-torn Congo. Controversial performer Mike Daisey on truth, lies and empathy for Rob Ford. Anishinaabe artist Rebecca Belmore on her award-winning works of beauty, horror.
Have political memoirs become hopelessly formulaic? Politico's Casey Cep weighs in. Actor and filmmaker John Turturro on Fading Gigolo and playing an unlikely sex worker. Butlers are making a comeback in homes of the ultra-rich, says GQ's David Katz.
'Africa Is A Country' editor on why so many books about the continent feature one image. Music producing legend Quincy Jones reflects on his epic career. Plus, Jones highlights the talents of his musical protege, Canadian jazz-pop singer Nikki Yanofsky.
Should men do more housework or should women loosen their standards? A Q debate! Plus, Benin-born singer-songwriter and activist Angelique Kidjo. And a conversation with British comic, actor, and writer Steve Coogan on the touching film, Philomena.
Canadian singer/songwriter Sarah McLachlan performs from Shine On. Tech reporter Charles Arthur on Google's clash with the 'right to be forgotten'. Hollywood ramps up body pressures for male actors. Best of Q: Jian's feature chat with Barbara Walters.