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Award-winning costume designer Ane Crabtree discusses why the clothing she's created has been embraced by women's rights protesters around the world.
Our q This panel discusses Beyoncé's game-changing Coachella performance and Kendrick Lamar's monumental Pulitzer Prize win.
April 20: 'Chemistry is everything': Sting and Shaggy take us inside their unlikely collaboration, 44/876
Sting and Shaggy have come together on a new island-inspired album, called 44/876. They talk about why their collaboration isn't as odd as it might seem.
Colin Meloy, frontman of The Decemberists, has released a picture book about the folk singer. He takes us through the essentials of Pete Seeger's music in this q gateway.
Sting and Shaggy talk about why their collaboration on a new island-inspired album isn't as odd as it might seem. Our q This music panel discuss two historic firsts in music: Beyoncé's Coachella performance and Kendrick Lamar's Pulitzer Prize win. The Decemberists' Colin Meloy presents a gateway to the music of folk singer, Pete Seeger. The Handmaid's Tale costume designer, Ane Crabtree talks about the feminist power of fashion.
Elton John's lifelong songwriting partner, Bernie Taupin, reflects on 50 years of hits and reveals what he thinks their "perfect song" is. Live from Riyadh, Reuters journalist, Stephen Kalin, discusses the significance of Black Panther becoming the first commercial film to be screened in Saudi Arabia in 35 years. Canadian filmmaker, Brad Peyton, talks about his latest film, Rampage, and shares his thoughts on critics and their negative reviews of Hollywood blockbusters.
Our book contributor, Jael Richardson, joins guest host Ali Hassan to give us her recommendation of the week. Today, she'll discuss Sometimes I Lie by Alice Feeney.
Comedian Hari Kondabolu's documentary, The Problem With Apu, takes a look at the popular Simpsons character and the issues with stereotyping Indian people.
April 18: Cynthia Dale on her new musical Fun Home, and reprising her role as Olivia Novak in the Street Legal reboot
Dale talks to Ali Hassan about her character in the Musical Stage Company production of Fun Home, and shares what's in the works regarding the Street Legal revival.
Todd S. Purdum takes us through some of Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein's best musical moments and examines the lasting impact they had on Broadway.
Full episode: Cynthia Dale, Jael Richardson, gateway to Rodgers and Hammerstein, Hari Kondabolu 18/04/2018
Canadian stage and screen actor, Cynthia Dale, talks about her character in the Musical Stage Company production of Fun Home, and shares what's in the works for the Street Legal reboot. Todd S. Purdum walks us through a gateway to Rodgers and Hammerstein, the musical masterminds behind The King and I, The Sound of Music, Oklahoma and more. Comedian Hari Kondabolu takes a look at the popular Simpsons character, Apu, and discusses the issues with stereotyping Indian people. Book contributor, Jael Richardson, shares her reading list recommendation for the week.
Our pop culture contributor discusses the Mad About You revival, Cardi B's Coachella performance and Kanye West's return to Twitter.
Moran joins Tom Power live from a studio in Edinburgh, Scotland to give us a sample of his unique and hilarious takes on mid-life, family life and the modern world.
Powerpuff Girls creator Craig McCracken takes us back 20 years, to the very beginning of superheros Blossom, Buttercup and Bubbles.
April 17: After #MeToo: Barry Avrich's new film digs into the sexual misconduct allegations facing Harvey Weinstein
Avrich talks about revisiting the story of Harvey Weinstein in a new film, because his last documentary barely scratched the surface on the allegations facing the disgraced mogul.
Full episode: Barry Avrich, Anne T. Donahue, an oral history of the Powerpuff Girls, Dylan Moran 17/04/2018
Canadian filmmaker Barry Avrich talks about revisiting the story of Harvey Weinstein in a new film, because he says his last documentary barely scratched the surface on the allegations facing the disgraced mogul. Pop culture contributor Anne T. Donahue discusses the Mad About You revival, Cardi B's Coachella performance and Kanye West's return to Twitter. Powerpuff Girls creator Craig McCracken presents an oral history of the Powerpuff Girls with Canadian voice actor Tara Strong (Bubbles) and fan Dana Terrace. Irish comedian Dylan Moran joins Tom Power live from a studio in Edinburgh, Scotland, to give us a sample of his unique takes on mid-life, family life and the modern world.
Frank Sinatra's daughter, Tina, talks about why she curated a new album of her father's music aimed at children and parents.
Woods plays a few songs from his latest record and talks about how hard it is to be progressive in the notoriously conservative world of country music.
Our q screen panel questions whether or not the popular live trivia app proves that "appointment viewing" isn't dead. They also discuss the upcoming celebrity roast of Bruce Willis, and Daniel Craig returning to his role as James Bond.
Biographer Gayle Wald gives us an introduction to Sister Rosetta Tharpe, a guitar-playing, gospel-singing trailblazer who was recently inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.