Genevieve Bell, Intel's house anthropologist, on the stories we tell about technology. New Yorker magazine's cartoon editor Bob Mankoff on the art and politics of cartooning. Seattle indie folk-rockers The Head and the Heart perform live!
Q LIVE at the Junos presents: Pop duo Tegan and Sara, curling champs Team Jennifer Jones, special Winnipeg media panel, musicians and humanitarians Chantal Kreviazuk and Raine Maida, Legendary rocker Randy Bachman, and winnipeg poet Katherena Vermette!
Best of Q special: Neuroscientist James Fallon explains how a brain scan changed his life. Donald Fagen on his storied career and straight-up world view. Underwater explorer Jill Heinerth on why she dives despite its dangers, and how she manages fear.
Journalist Benoit Denizet-Lewis on biphobia and the "messy, complicated middle range" between gay and straight. British choreographer and art director Jonzi D on honour and hip hop. Journalist Sandra Martin on actor James Rebhorn's autobiographical obit.
Tech journalist Clive Thompson on new social media that spreads unverified stories from anonymous sources. U.S. Indie pop band Foster the People perform from Supermodel. Darren Aronofsky on adapting the story of Noah's arc in his controversial film, Noah.
Q debate: Do we really live in a 'rape culture'? A researcher and Women's Studies prof debate; U.S. journalist and former hostage Shane Bauer on his memoir, A Sliver Of Light; Reporter Jeyup S. Kwaak offers insight into South Korea's online eating trend.