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Schedule for Monday, Oct. 6 2014

Today, Piya Chattopadhyay guest hosts. All schedules are subject to last minute changes, so please check back for updates. Here's what we have on tap today: Jian's interview with former Led Zeppelin frontman Robert Plant about his new solo record, Lullaby and...The Ceaseless Roar, a continuation of his penchant for musical experimentation. It is a return to his rock roots,...

Today, Piya Chattopadhyay guest hosts. All schedules are subject to last minute changes, so please check back for updates. Here's what we have on tap today:

  • Jian's interview with former Led Zeppelin frontman Robert Plant about his new solo record, Lullaby and...The Ceaseless Roar, a continuation of his penchant for musical experimentation. It is a return to his rock roots, with a decidedly global music flair. (Two-part conversation)
  • Piya talks to the Guardian's music writer Peter Kimpton about the death of the misheard song lyric. Is the internet killing these imaginative earslips and, as a result, encouraging a culture of homogeneity?
  • Best of Q: Jian's conversation with Tracey Davis, on her new memoir about her famous father Sammy Davis Jr.
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PLEASE NOTE: Many of you have been inquiring about Jian's absence in recent days. Thank you for your concern, and for your patience with our silence. 
Yesterday, Jian made his first public statement about the death of his father, Farhang Frank Ghomeshi. You can read his heartfelt tribute here. In light of this sad news, we'll be taking it day by day for the next while. Thanks in advance for your understanding.

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