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Comedienne Aparna Nancherla on finding laughs in depression and the mundane.
Comedian James Mullinger discusses a new film based on his life, the art of telling jokes and the culture shock of moving to Canada.
Just For Laughs COO Bruce Hills on Mike Ward, why good comedy can be harsh and how the festival knows its audiences.
Sebastien Dallaire with research group Ipsos is looking at the early polls in the hotly contested U.S. leadership race.
Concordia University Professor Fenwick McKelvey explains the appeal of the stunningly popular game Pokemon Go.
Andrew Fazekas discusses his new book on the science behind the Starship Voyages.
Universite de Montreal doctoral student Vahid Yucesoy explains what an attempted coup means for the people of Turkey.
Concordia University professor Kyle Matthews discusses a new training program aimed at countering violent extremism.
Alliance Quebec founder Eric Maldoff responds to Graham Fraser’s comments that anglos must stay vigilant to ensure rights are respected.
Montreal Gazette photojournalist Phil Carpenter on why he doesn’t feel safe travelling in the United States because of his skin colour.
Rex Brynen of The Atlantic Council on why France is a repeat target for those who claim to act for ISIS.
The president of the Black Coalition of Quebec discusses racial problems.
Comedian Nemr Abou Nassar takes the stage as part of the Ethnic Show at Just for Laughs
Suzanne Rousseau is the director and co-founder of the music festival
Dr. Beatrice Wang on the dangers of heat, humidity, and sun exposure
McGill sociology professor Jason Carmichael says the U.S. needs to have an open discussion about racial discrimination
In a freewheeling interview the rap icon says that All Lives Matter, his years fighting depression, and how comic books helpd an honour roll student explore the universe
Vivek Venkatesh researches heavy metal music and how it can be used to fight prejudices.
Sebastien Dallaire of Ipsos on how people overestimate the bad, and are tuning out news sources that disagree.
Taras Grescoe’s non-fiction account of Shanghai before WWII
Arnie Zwaig discusses how to make investments with economic turmoil in the UK.
Astronomer Nathalie Martimbeau explains what the Juno spacecraft will be looking for at it examines Jupiter
The newly opened Bureau of Independent Investigations is coming under fire. Julie Matson speaks about her criticisms.
Patrick Leroux teaches playwriting and drama at Concordia, and his book looks at the influence of the circus.
Noel Butler and Paul Desbaillets discuss their fundraising efforts with a tournament at Molson Stadium
Interview with McGill University professor Brian Cowan on what the next steps could be for the United Kingdom.
McGill University epidemiologist Sam Harper on a new study showing moving homes can have some serious downsides.
Montreal Neurological Institute's Jeanne Teitelbaum on what causes strokes and how they can be prevented.
McGill University's Ken Lester explains the impact Brexit is having on global markets.
McGill University history professor Brian Lewis on the impact of the Brexit – whjat it means for the EU, the UK, for Scotland and for Canada