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Monday, December 9, 2013 12:00amJournalist Anna Holligan and activist Quinsy Gario weigh in on the controversial Zwarte Piet (Black Pete) Dutch Christmas character. Oscar-winning actor Richard Dreyfuss reflects on acting and activism. Hear the voice actor behind Apple's Siri.
Friday, December 6, 2013 12:00amFollowing news of Nelson Mandela's passing, Jian discusses his life and legacy with a diversity of artists and thinkers: Michaëlle Jean, Geoffrey York, Johnny Clegg, Zapiro, Dr. Cornel West, Sean Jacobs, Lance Samuels, Cameron Bailey and Richard Popla
Thursday, December 5, 2013 12:00amJournalist kidnappings in Syria, Lenny Cooke's dashed NBA dreams, the trouble with 'manorexia' 12/5/2013Journalists are being kidnapped in unprecedented numbers in Syria - why aren't we hearing more about it? Plus, Lenny Cooke on going from rising basketball star to cautionary tale. More men are struggling with disordered eating, but are they getting help?
Wednesday, December 4, 2013 12:00amIkea defends compliance with Russia's anti-gay laws. Former Denver Bronco Nate Jackson offers riveting, critical take on being a 'meat sack'. Journalist Brand Barstein on Norway's enchantment with slow TV. Plus, Jian launches the 2013 Q top 20 countdown!
Tuesday, December 3, 2013 12:00amEli Pariser, founder of Upworthy.com, on the site's rapid rise, its copycats and its critics. UK folk/punk musician Frank Turner performs from Tape Deck Heart. Canadian ultra-marathoner and philanthropist Ray Zahab on pushing human limitations.