Journalist Paul Solotaroff on the uncertain fate of Iraqi and Afghan translators. Filmmaker Katerina Cizek on the latest chapter of Highrise, the NFB's award-winning multimedia series. Uber co-star Judy Greer on her hilarious collection of confessions.
Master songwriter Neil Finn performs! Food writer Mark Bittman makes the case for enjoying much-maligned butter. Lexicographer Jesse Sheidlower says the media should be explicit with expletives. Amateur record reviewer Sarah O'Holla spins the tables.
From the Best of Q: Should cellphones be allowed on planes? Mariel Hemingway opens up on her struggle with depression and her family's dark secrets. British singer-songwriter Alison Moyet on The Minutes and appreciating every moment.
UNC professor Zeynep Tufekci on the bizarre context of Turkey's Twitter and Youtube ban. Innovative Quebec theatre writer, director and actor Robert Lepage on a career built on curiosity. Plus, Has Silicon Valley become the most ageist place in America?
On April Fool's Day, we ask: is it possible to anticipate when a joke won't be funny or a gag will go too far? Donald Glover aka Childish Gambino on his new record and his "salty" take on life. Italian group says mafia-themed food should be off the menu.
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!