Award-winning and M. Butterfly playwright David Henry Hwang
on the controversy over the lack of roles for Asian-American actors. Performance and conversation with Brooklyn-based indie kings, Grizzly Bear
. Their new album is called Shields
. Q's sports panel
. Listen to the whole show
Independent filmmaker Orwa Nyrabia
, who was detained by the Syrian military and released a few weeks ago. Singer, actress, and musical theatre performer Shirley Jones
. She went from a stage career performing Oklahoma
and The Music Man
, to a longstanding stint as matriarch of 1970s TV show The Partridge Family
. Julia Christensen, a professor and the author of Big Box Reuse
, on what towns are doing to reclaim abandoned big box stores.WEDNESDAY:
A look at Millennials and how the generation is reshaping our work culture. Singer-songwriter Regina Spektor
performs from her album, What We Saw from the Cheap Seats
. Best-selling memoirist Augusten Burroughs
on his latest book This Is How
. Listen to the whole showTHURSDAY:
A look at South African Idols
' first black winner. '90s indie rock favourite Ben Folds
on the reunited Ben Folds 5, and their new album, The Sound of the Life of the Mind.
British photographer Martin Parr
on tourism culture. FRIDAY:
Live performance throughout the show: Singer-songwriter Wanting
from her debut piano-pop album, Everything in the World.
A Canadian broadcast exclusive...author J.K. Rowling
on her first novel for adults, The Casual Vacancy.
Torquil Campbell's Rant or Rave
column. Elivra Kurt's Cultural Hall of Shame
is available the day after the broadcast.