MONDAY: Thanksgiving - Best of Q show.
Memoirist Lily Raff McCallou
on her book, about going from squeamish urban eater to hunting her own meat. Comedian Stephen Merchant
talks about The Office, Life is Short
, as well as his stand-up comedy tour and DVD, Hello Ladies
. Have standing ovations lost their meaning? New York Times
theatre critic Ben Brantley
argues that every theatre production seems to earn an ovation from audiences, and that's cheapening their worth. Listen here
.TUESDAY: Sarah Wayne Callies
, co-star of the hugely popular TV zombie drama, The Walking Dead.
Filmmaker Sarah Polley
on her documentary, Stories We Tell
, in which the director and actress talks to her relatives and revisits events in her family's past.
Tanned and debonair actor George Hamilton
, currently co-starring in a stage production of La Cage aux Folles
. Listen here
Journalist and Slate contributor Seth Stevenson on the practice of buying Twitter followers. Actor and former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger
on his memoir, Total Recall
. Director Brandon Cronenberg
and actress Sarah Gadon
on their film Antiviral
, which opens this week across Canada. Listen here
. THURSDAY: Terry O'Reilly guest hosts.
Author Steven Poole
explains why he's so critical of the trend toward popular neuroscience books. Fashion maven Stacy London
of What Not to Wear
fame, talks about her new book, The Truth About Style.
Swedish chef Marcus Nilsson
talks about New Nordic Cuisine, which is becoming popular worldwide.FRIDAY: Terry O'Reilly guest hosts.
Friday live musical guest: Vancouver's Hey Ocean!
perform from their 2012 release, Is
. New Yorker movie critic David Denby
answers yes to his new book's title question, Does Film Have a Future?
Grad School of Rock. Creative writing professor and musician Ben Nugent
argues that rock musicians need grad programs to succeed. Elvira Kurt's Cultural Hall of Shame
is available the day after the broadcast.