Friday, March 23, 2012 | Categories: Q Weekly Update
MONDAY Jane Maas
WEDNESDAY Neil deGrasse Tyson
THURSDAY Our Lady Peace
FRIDAY Q in Ottawa (w/ Blue Rodeo and more)
Monday: Ali Hili on the allure of "Emo" style among Baghdad youth and why it's putting their lives at risk. Ad world pioneer Jane Maas on her new book Mad Women, in which she recalls the real-life sex and sexual politics in the world of advertising in the 1960s and '70s. Q's Sports Culture Panel.
Tuesday: Eric Stonestreet, the actor who plays the loveable gay dad Cameron on popular TV sitcom Modern Family. Toronto-based classic indie-rockers Zeus perform from their sophomore album Busting Visions. Comic actor Larry Miller.
Wednesday: Space Chronicles author Neil deGrasse Tyson argues that space exploration could actually help the problematic American economic situation. A look at a foreign correspondent's tours of political hotspots. Plus Torquil Campbell's Rant or Rave column.
Thursday: Our Lady Peace are back with their new album Curve. Sexuality writer Susie Bright.
Friday: Q presents a live-audience show at the Bronson Centre Theatre in Ottawa on the occasion of the JUNO Awards. The sold-out event will feature music from Blue Rodeo, Austra, and Dan Mangan. Plus, Ottawa photographer Jonathan Hobin and more.
Audio is available the day following the broadcast