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Iconic avant-garde artist Laurie Anderson talks about her experience of Hurricane Sandy and how it inspired her new album and book.
Actor and comedian Adam Pally talks Dog Days, The Mindy Project and Happy Endings. Performer and memoirist Tanya Marquardt discusses Stray, her new memoir and "meta memoir punk concert." Ronnie and JWoww share their Jersey Shore block party. Avant-garde artist Laurie Anderson opens up about her experience of Hurricane Sandy and how it inspired her new album and book.
Adam Pally discusses some of his biggest roles, including Dr. Peter Prentice on The Mindy Project and Max Blum from the much-loved sitcom Happy Endings.
Ronnie Ortiz-Magro and Jenni 'JWoww' Farley dropped by the q studio to share their favourite fist pumping tunes that remind them of the Jersey Shore circa 2009 to 2012.
Architecture and design critic, Oliver Wainwright, takes us through the colourful design aesthetic of Pyongyang, North Korea. St. Vincent drops by for a special acoustic session and talks about why the guitar has been her weapon of choice throughout her career. DJ Michael Brun presents his playlist of songs dedicated to his hometown of Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Producer, writer and director Judd Apatow dives deep into the legacy of his mentor, the late Garry Shandling.
Haitian DJ Michael Brun reminisces about his hometown Port-au-Prince in his edition of the q Block Party.
Apatow talks about his latest project, a documentary about the life and legacy of the late legendary comedian Garry Shandling.
August 7: 'All my heroes were electric guitar players': St. Vincent on her musical inspirations and love of guitar
St. Vincent drops by the q studio for a very special acoustic session and to talk about why the guitar has been her weapon of choice throughout her career.
Architecture and design critic, Oliver Wainwright, takes us through some incredible images of one of the most secretive countries in the world.
Matthew Rubery explains the origins of the audiobook from the first recorded verse to its newly found respect.
August 6: Oscar-winner Marcia Gay Harden opens up about her mother's quiet influence on her life, career
Marcia Gay Harden shares some of her favourite stories about her mother, Beverly Harden, from her new memoir The Seasons of My Mother.
Canadian director Jeremy Podeswa discusses his work on the latest season of the HBO hit series, Game of Thrones.
Author Jason Reynolds opens up about his entry into the world of literature, why he wants to write books that relate to young readers, and his latest novel, Long Way Down.
Canadian director Jeremy Podeswa discusses his work on HBO's Game of Thrones. Author Jason Reynolds shares why he wants to write books that relate to young readers. Matthew Rubery explains how the audiobook went from a resource for the blind to a popular form of storytelling. Oscar-winner Marcia Gay Harden opens up about her mother's quiet influence on her life and career.
McQueen director Ian Bonhôte sheds some light on the life and legacy of Lee Alexander McQueen. The q music panel discusses whether today's Lollapalooza resembles the Lollapalooza of the '90s. Deejay Dr. Jay de Soca Prince talks about the evolution of soca music. Comedian Kathy Griffin opens up about the continuing fallout over her controversial Trump photo.
Our music panel discusses how a travelling music festival called Lollapalooza shaped a decade of music in the '90s. They compare that to the stand alone festival that we know now.
On the eve of Toronto's annual Caribbean Carnival parade, renowned soca deejay, Dr. Jay de Soca Prince, stops by q to talk about the evolution of the city's soca scene.
Griffin talks about the continuing fallout over her controversial Trump photo and why the harrowing experience still hasn't broken her.
Director Ian Bonhôte sheds some light on who Lee Alexander McQueen was and looks back on everything that he achieved.
The National's Aaron Dessner talks about launching a new music streaming platform with his brother and Bon Iver. Professor Robert Thompson presents an origin story of the soap opera. Mask dancer and visual artist Laakkuluk Williamson Bathory introduces us to the work of Kenojuak Ashevak and Tim Pitsiulak. Living legend Sonny Rollins reflects on his jazz legacy.