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Colombian writer Gabriel Garcia Marquez, the Nobel Prize-winning magic realist behind the beloved novels One Hundred Years of Solitude and Love in the Time of Cholera, has died at the age of 87. Our friends at CBC News have more: http://cbc.ca/1.2614237
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This Sunday afternoon at 1pm on CBC Television, tune in to QTV to see an exclusive feature interview with hockey legend, Bobby Orr, along with Bob Guccione Jr. and Barry Avrich talking about the Bob Guccione doc "Filthy Gorgeous". Cap that off with live music from +Jack Johnson and you've got yourself a solid hour of entertainment.

Tune in this Sunday at 1:00pm, 1:30pm in Newfoundland, on CBC Television.

#FilthyGorgeous #jackjohnson  
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Today on Q: http://www.cbc.ca/q/2014/04/17/thursday-17-april/

1) 'Not A Bug Splat' co-creator on humanizing drone victims
2) Best of Q: Jay Onrait on Anchorboy and the slapstick sportscast
3) Defending the artistic merit of cat videos
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Why not add a little rock to your day with a healthy dose of Tokyo Police Club in Studio Q? Enjoy responsibly!
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U.K. academic and odour advocate Victoria Henshaw on the value of exploring city 'smellscapes' and preserving the unique scents -- good and bad -- in our increasingly deodorized cities: http://goo.gl/ziXoet

Where do you live? Are there any scents you consider unique to your hometown?
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From the Best of Q, guest host Piya Chattopadhyay speaks to "natural ham" Jay Onrait about his book Anchorboy and bringing slapstick style to the sportscast: http://goo.gl/0UuSn2

He says the sight gags and one-liners sprung from working late nights without bosses in the room, and answering the question: "How much can I get away with?"
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"We wanted to change the perspective of the drone's-eye view" - Akash Goel on the #NotABugSplat art installation campaign. 

The project aims to humanize the civilian victims of remote-controlled drone strikes - like this young survivor who lost both her parents and her younger sibling. http://goo.gl/l6VMfJ
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Is #heartbleed a harbinger of things to come? http://goo.gl/MPYgpy 

NYT tech writer Farhad Manjoo warns that in the absence of a safety culture, where users prefer convenience to security, the dangers only stand to grow in the years ahead.
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Today on Q: http://www.cbc.ca/q/2014/04/15/tuesday-15-april/

1) Is #Heartbleed a harbinger of things to come?
2) Novelist Helen Wan's 'bamboo ceiling' strikes a chord
3) The War On Drugsbring dreamy vibe to Q
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We were so happy to have The National come back and visit us in Studio Q. This was perhaps the largest footprint a band has established in Studio Q to date. Here are our favourite friends from Brooklyn performing "I Should Live in Salt".

#qoncbc #thenational #troublewillfindme  
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Q is your daily dose of arts, culture and entertainment. Join host, Jian Ghomeshi, as he engages today's top artists, critics and phenoms in conversation.
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Award-winning broadcaster Jian Ghomeshi delves deep with his guests: entertainers, journalists, musicians, politicians, filmmakers, artists, writers, activists, broadcasters and thinkers. Q brings you the kind of smart, intimate, fun, and feisty conversation you simply won’t find on most talk shows

The daily Q buffet has included everyone from artist Ai Wei Wei to Iggy Pop, MMA champion Georges St. Pierre to Maya Angelou, and comic Louis CK to primatologist Jane Goodall. You’ll also find opinionated discussion on international affairs, provocative zeitgeist debates, and the very best in new music performances.

It's a magazine show that’s unpredictable in the best sense - proud to be “a wild mix of culture by way of Canada” as described by the New York Times. The Globe & Mail noted the show’s “raging popularity across a variety of platforms -- podcasts, television, websites, satellite radio, terrestrial radio, and occasional live remote broadcasts."

If you haven’t already, it’s time to discover Q.

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