Alfredo Corchado on the personal cost of covering drug cartels. Adam Scott on swinger comedy The Overnight and the naked truth about male body image. Jeet Heer on Canada is so good at boring. Actor Michael Enright defends decision to fight ISIS in Syria.
Kaindé and Naomi Diaz perform live as Ibeyi. Sara and Ayat Najafi on elevating Iranian women's voices in No Land’s song. Comedian Jonny Harris showcases small town humour in Still Standing. Taylor Campbell on why it's time to stop shaming small penises.
Brooklyn band San Fermin performs live. Tech writer Jill Duffy weighs pros and cons of fitness trackers. Alex Hern checks internet fine print. Erin Rooney Doland and Dominique Browning debate de-cluttering. Annie Zaleski says women do love Rush.
k.d. lang and Jean Grand-Maitre on Balletlujah and breaking barriers through art. Trainwreck director Judd Apatow shares everything he knows about comedy. Neil Young, Donald Trump and the politics of campaign songs.
Carding and cop culture: sociologist Chris Murphy what it takes to change police attitudes and policies. Pop culture panel: celebrity activism, OITNB, Jagged Little anniversary. Fool Canada host Will Sasso on testing the limits of Canadian politeness.
Humourist Henry Alford on the rise of aspirational RSVPing. The Office's Phyllis Smith on Inside Out and learning from Sadness. Fresh Dressed director Sacha Jenkins on the history of hip hop fashion. Scaachi Koul defends the adult colouring book.