Q with Jian Ghomeshi
Dr. Louise Aronson makes the case for robot caregivers. Quebec actress and artist Charlotte Le Bon on her new film, The Hundred-Foot Journey. Is state surveillance a "legitimate defence of our freedoms"? Michael Hayden and Glenn Greenwald weigh in.
Is there a "neutral" way to report on the Gaza conflict? International Press Institute's Naomi Hunt weighs in. Toronto trio BadBadNotGood perform and chat about defying jazz conventions. Best of Q: Caroll Spinney on being the 'soul' of Big Bird, Oscar.
Kick back with Jian's special hour-long conversation with hip hop mega-star Drake, who is now touring his latest album, Nothing Was the Same. Plus, let writer Karina Longworth test how much you really know about multi-award-winning actress, Meryl Streep.
Montreal MC Yes McCan defends Dead Obies "franglais" rap lyrics, calling critics' warnings paranoia. Ron Mann and Kathryn Altman on how the late Robert Altman, rebel filmmaker, changed American movies. Best of Q: Let Franz Ferdinand kicks up you Friday.
Scott Pilgrim creator Bryan Lee O'Malley on regret, responsibility and his new book, Seconds. War Zone Tours founder Rick Sweeney and journalist Debra Kamin on the rise of "dark tourism". Best of Q: Glenn Close on mental health and fighting stigma.
The case against casting able-bodied actors as disabled characters. Lawyer-turned-actor Greg Poehler on his fish-out-of-water comedy, Welcome to Sweden. Best of Q: Are we over-diagnosing ADHD? A reporter and medical expert weigh in.