Each day on "Q," host Jian Ghomeshi covers entertainment, pop culture and high arts with forays into the most provocative and compelling cultural trend. A wide-range of guests -- Leonard Cohen, Salman Rushdie, Dolly Parton, Jay-Z and more -- explore provocative topics from the branding of politicians to whether "cougar" should be embraced or discarded by older women. "Q" -- a cultural intervention!
 

Latest Podcasts from cbc.ca/q

'Not A Bug Splat' co-creator Akash Goel on humanizing the civilian victims of drone strikes. Best of Q: Jay Onrait on Anchorboy and bringing slapstick style to the sportscast. Just For Cats curator Scott Stulen defends the artist merit of cat videos.
Emily Parker on the Cuban Twitter controversy and blogging from the isolated island. Mega-bestselling novelist Jackie Collins on sex, strong women and raunchy moralism. Patrick Haggerty on re-releasing the first known gay country album, Lavender Country.
Heartbleed is just the beginning, warns New York Times tech writer Farhad Manjoo. Helen Wan on why her fictional novel, The Partner Track, seems to have struck a chord in the real world. Philadelphia band The War on Drugs bring dreamy vibe to Studio Q.

Jian Ghomeshi

Jian Ghomeshi is an award-winning broadcaster, writer, musician and producer who was born in London and is based in Toronto. He is now the host and co-creator of the daily CBC Radio One talk program "Q." Since its inception in 2007, "Q" has garnered the largest audience of any cultural affairs program in Canada and has become the highest-rated show in its morning time slot in CBC history.