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M.I.A. joins Tom Power in the q studio to share her thoughts on friend and director Stephen Loveridge's long-awaited documentary portrait of her.
Today on q: Broadcaster David Attenborough, q internet culture panel, rapper M.I.A., actor Mark Critch.
Canadian YouTuber Elle Mills talks about fast success and burnout
Today on q: Actor and comedian Ken Jeong, Becky Toyne on the Scotiabank Giller Prize Shortlist, Canadian YouTuber Elle Mills.
Ken Jeong joins Tom Power in front of a live audience for a special interview as part of JFL42.
Giller Prize Shortlist: Becky Toyne breaks down the list
Gary Shteyngart reflects on what he learned about the lives of rich bankers who live in a country deeply divided by wealth.
Leonard Cohen's son Adam Cohen, returns to q to talk about mourning his father's life and celebrating his legacy with a new collection of writing.
Justine Bateman: The actor reflects on on gaining fame quickly from Family Ties and losing it just as fast
Justine Bateman explores what it's like to gain fame quickly and then to lose it just as fast in her new book 'Fame.'
Musician Adam Cohen on his father Leonard Cohen. Screen panel with Adam Nayman and Tina Hassannia on Murphy Brown. Actor Justine Bateman on the toxicity of fame. Novelist Gary Shteyngart on new book Lake Success.
Josh Groban discusses his new Netflix show and album, and opens up about his clean-cut image. The q This music panel breaks down how Toto's 1982 hit Africa became popular again. Nora Guthrie looks back at the music of her legendary father, Woody. Ryan Hamilton shares what he thinks about being labelled a "clean" observational comedian.
Josh Groban has a new Netflix show and a new record out, which were both released on the same day. He opens up about his clean-cut image and plays a couple songs at the piano in the q studio.
Ryan Hamilton joins Tom Power in the q studio to talk about what he thinks of being labelled a 'clean' observational comedian who refrains from offensive or edgy humour.
Actor Jeffrey Wright talks about rising above Hollywood's tendency to typecast. Margo and Michael Timmins of Cowboy Junkies reflect on The Trinity Session and perform from their new album All That Reckoning. Filmmaker Alanis Obomsawin shares ?the story behind her secret 1988 album Bush Lady. Comedian Drew Michael explains why he decided to perform his first comedy special without an audience.
In 1988, legendary filmmaker Alanis Obomsawin made a deeply political album called Bush Lady - and then she tossed it into a closet. Now, decades later, someone has finally stumbled upon this amazing work of art.
Siblings Margo and Michael Timmins of Cowboy Junkies perform some stripped down versions of songs from their new album, and reflect on their three decades together in one of Canada's most iconic bands.
Jeffrey Wright has taken on hefty roles such as Jean-Michel Basquiat and Colin Powell, but his new film Hold the Dark came with some unique challenges. He discusses how he's been able to continually redefine himself as an actor.
In Drew Michael's first comedy special, you hear no laughter, applause or reaction. Not even a fake laugh track. Michael explains why he stripped away audience feedback in his provocative new project.
Rod Stewart talks about Maggie May, Elton John and his new album Blood Red Roses. q books columnist Jael Richardson fills us in on her recommendation: The Incendiaries by R. O. Kwon. Gary Busey discusses his new memoir/self-help book, Buseyisms: Gary Busey's Basic Instructions Before Leaving Earth. Lauren Lee Smith shares what's in store for season two of the Frankie Drake Mysteries.
Rod Stewart joins Tom Power to discuss Maggie May, Elton John and his new album Blood Red Roses.