Making sense of The Attack | Neil Gaiman | Hayden


Please note that Jian is away until the week of August 26th. Our guest host this week is award-winning broadcaster and On The Coast host Stephen Quinn
  • Lebanese director Ziad Doueiri on his film The Attack, about an Israeli surgeon of Palestinian descent who must deal with the reality that his wife is responsible for a suicide bombing that kills many at a Tel Aviv cafe.

  • Sci-fi and fantasy master Neil Gaiman -- the Hugo and Nebula award winning author of Sandman, Coraline, Anansi Boys and more -- on his latest, best-selling novel The Ocean at the End of the Lane.

  • From the Best of Q, Jian's conversation with Toronto folk-veteran Hayden 

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