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How letting one member of the band take the reins has opened hundreds of creative doors.
Award-winning Canadian playwright Djanet Sears remounts her 1997 play, Harlem Duet, a prequel to Shakespeare's Othello.
Playwright and director Djanet Sears, poet and emcee Motion, the q screen panel on First Man and Stephen King adaptations, and F--ked Up on their new album.
Abuzeid is the first Black character on the Anne of Green Gables TV show, Anne with an E.
Today on q, with guest host ?Saroja Coelho: actor Dalmar Abuzeid and jazz musician Yazz Ahmed
Yazz Ahmed has been called the "High priestess of psychedelic Arabic jazz."
Maggie Gyllenhaal sat down with Tom Power to talk about her new film The Kindergarten Teacher, about a woman who becomes obsessed with one of her students who she believes is a prodigy.
Today on q: chef and television personality Matty Matheson, actor Maggie Gyllenhaal, and musician Leon Bridges.
Chef Matty Matheson shares the stories behind some of his favourite recipes from his new cookbook.
Leon Bridges joins q host Tom Power to talk about his rapid rise to fame and the pigeonholing pitfalls that came along with it. He also performed tracks from his sophomore album Good Thing, that's out now.
Today on q: actor Sally Field, book columnist Jael Richardson, an oral history of I'm an Adult Now, musician Catherine MacLellan.
Catherine MacLellan, daughter of Gene MacLellan, dropped by q to perform and talk about her documentary The Song and the Sorrow.
Actor Sally Field talks about her mother and childhood trauma in her new memoir called In Pieces. She joined Tom Power for a discussion about writing it.
Today on q: Former Journey frontman Steve Perry, actor Ellie Kemper, the origin story of celebrity chefs, and Narcy.
Narcy dropped by q to perform and talk about his upcoming album.
Ellie Kemper on acting, perseverance and keeping things squirrely.
Steve Perry, the former front man of Journey, reflects on his time in the band and his first new album in 24 years.
Sarah McLachlan reflects on the legacy of Lilith Fair, the power of Angel and how music saved her life ahead of the 2018 SOCAN Awards.
The legendary gospel singer explains why she feels she still has a lot of work to do when it comes to speaking out against bigotry in America.
Lucinda Williams looks back at the breakthrough album that transformed her into an icon of Americana music, Car Wheels on a Gravel Road, which turns 20 this month.