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Compelling and relevant, this is the spot for interviews with experts on subjects on the news that people are talking about.
Social Claire Duchesneau and filmmaker Anne Henderson talk to Mutsumi Takahashi about a new documentary about local social worker working with HIV in Africa.
Comedian and author Mike Birbiglia says beginners must trick themselves into thinking they're doing well when they're probably not to one day be successful.
Concordia genocide and human rights expert looks at the Malaysian plane crash and Putin's reaction.
Dr. Judes Poirier discusses a link between a cholesterol gene and a dread disease, in an interview with Mutsumi Takahashi
Dr. Joe Schwarcz examines studies claiming the fruit can boost your libido.
Comedy team Maz Jobrani and Eon Gold explain their proposals to bring peace in a troubled land.
Mutsumi Takahashi chats with Professor Yves Pigneur about new tweaks to the standard business model.
Comedian Alonzo Bodden explains the craft of comedy in a chat with Mutsumi Takahashi.
Henri Habib talks to Mutsumi Takahashi about the latest developments in the conflict between Hamas and Israel.
Dr. Reza Farivar, scientific director of traumatic brain injury at the Montreal General Hospital, dropped by to talk about the brain and brain injuries.
Repercussion Theatre’s Paul Hopkins tells of his group’s mission to popularize the Bard.
Dr. Ronald Fraser discusses the mental health factors that contribute to alcoholism in a chat with Mutsumi Takahashi.
Dr. Patricia Conrod discusses the issue of binge drinking among teens in a conversation with Mutsumi Takahashi.
Has enough been done to alleviate fears of another transport oil disaster? Sidney Ribaux of Equiterre says no.
Enid Stiles on how to avoid dog-related illnesses.
Dr. Richard Massé offers methods of coping with the heat in an interview with Mutsumi Takahashi.
Kristian Gravenor discusses the latest local trends in crowdfunding in an interview with Mutsumi Takahashi.
Sunny Handa on what to expect when anti-spam legislation comes into effect Tuesday.
Andre Menard talks to Tarah Schwartz about some upcoming goodies at the festival.
Stephane Giroux looks at what the Charbonneau commission has accomplished, and what it still needs to do.
Gripers Bill Brownstein, Terry DiMonte and Aaron Rand suggest Montreal build parking towers, save money on a soccer stadium, and do things better
Kayakers and Canoers are vying for spots as the World Championships loom
Dr. Joe Schwarcz explains what aspirin can and cannot do, but cautions other lifestyle changes have a larger effect.
The Park Ex born-and-raised comedian now lives in LA. He's performing The Ethnic Show for Just for Laughs
Anthony Boeckh explains how the Douglas Institute will lead research into 11 to 25 year olds.
Kyle Matthews of Concordia University's genocide and human rights studies explains ISIS: the Islamic state of Iraq and Al-Sham.
Jack Jedwab discusses a new study that reveals huge differences in the way Quebecers see their national holidays.
Manon Masse of the Quebec Solidaire reflects on what to make of the provincial political scene in an interview with Mutsumi Takahashi.
Aaron Rand, Terry DiMonte and Bill Brownstein complain about union protests, sinkholes, Mario Beaulieu and more