QStudio q goes country with The Mavericks and Whitney RoseApr 24, 2015 | 28:51A very special Friday Live performance featuring renowned country/roots group The Mavericks alongside rising Canadian country star Whitney Rose.
QWhy Junot Diaz urges you to read promiscuouslyApr 24, 2015 | 17:49On the heels of his latest honour, Junot Diaz joins Shad to discuss the push for real diversity in the largely-white worlds of Western academia and literature.
QThe Mavericks & Whitney Rose, Junot Diaz, ousting TV anchormen, q media panel 04/24/2015Apr 24, 2015 | 1:42:26Friday Live duet with The Mavericks and rising country star Whitney Rose. Pulitzer Prize winning author Junot Diaz on protecting one's literary voice. Frank Rich on why TV anchormen should go off-air. Plus, the q media panel on this week's top headlines.
QNew interactive NFB doc watches the watchers onlineApr 23, 2015 | 18:28Filmmaker and web developer Brett Gaylor joins Shad to discuss the most troubling things he learned during the making of his film Do Not Track, and how we're all paying or the internet even if we've never made a single online purchase.
Q'Do Not Track' tracks you, Joan Armatrading, Brett Gaylor's Misery Loves Comedy 04/23/2015Apr 23, 2015 | 1:16:11Brett Gaylor on 'Do Not Track' and how YOU, specifically, are being watched online. Joan Armatrading on why her last world tour is certainly not the end. Kevin Pollak on his debut film Misery Loves Comedy and why so many funny people mine the dark side.
QKids in the Hall alum on the art of timeless sketch comedyApr 22, 2015 | 14:39Dave Foley, Bruce McCulloch and Scott Thompson reflect on the lasting legacy of Kids in the Hall and why some shticks stand the test of time.
QThe (in)sincerity of work wellness programs, David Shore on Battle Creek, Kids in the Hall alum 04/22/2015Apr 22, 2015 | 1:12:13Debate: Is there a dark side to corporate wellness programs? House creator David Shore on his latest show Battle Creek and what TV gets wrong about male friendship. Plus, re-united Kids in the Hall Kevin McDonald, Bruce McCulloch and Mark McKinney.
QReverse racism jokes won't change much, says Aamer RahmanApr 21, 2015 | 13:02Australian comedian Aamer Rahman isn't afraid to poke fun at racism, but he doesn't actually expect his cutting jokes to change anything.