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Haley Joel Osment talks about The Sixth Sense and The X-Files. John Semley and Tina Hassannia discuss The Passion of The Christ sequel. Maria Qamar a.k.a. Hatecopy shares her Mississauga block party. The Sheepdogs talk about their new album Changing Colours.
A few weeks ago we talked a little bit about Justin Timberlake's new single. Today, Angeline Tetteh-Wayoe and Stuart Berman review the full album.
Country music artist Lee Ann Womack talks about her new record, which finds her reaffirming the things that matter to her the most.
Trailer Park Boys co-creator Mike Clattenburg and musician Mike O'Neill talk about their new CBC comedy Crawford.
Danny Rubin's career revolves around Groundhog Day, from the movie, to the book, and now: the musical!
Full episode: Mike Clattenburg and Mike O'Neill, Angeline Tetteh-Wayoe and Stuart Berman, Danny Rubin, Lee Ann Womack 02/02/2018
Mike Clattenburg and Mike O'Neill talk about their new CBC comedy Crawford. Angeline Tetteh-Wayoe and Stuart Berman review Justin Timberlake’s Man of the Woods. Screenwriter Danny Rubin discusses the classic 1993 film Groundhog Day. Country music artist Lee Ann Womack talks about her new record.
Author and music journalist Jon Savage makes the argument that the year 1966 was an important turning point for all pop culture that followed.
Feb. 1: 'You never see a dumb Asian on network television': The Good Place's Manny Jacinto on playing against type
Vancouver's own Manny Jacinto talks about getting his breakout role on The Good Place as a character who subverts expectations of Asian characters on TV.
Actor Manny Jacinto talks about subverting stereotypes on The Good Place. Music critic Jon Savage discusses 1966: The Year The Sixties Exploded. CBC reporter Kate Dubinski breaks down the Prom Queen: The Musical controversy. Toronto playwright d’bi young anitafrika on Once Upon a Black Boy.
Feb. 1: Playwright d'bi young looks at what it's like raising a young black man in Once Upon a Black Boy
Toronto poet and playwright d'bi young drops by the q studio to talk about her new play Once Upon a Black Boy.
After experiencing a backlash, the Thames Valley District School Board recently decided to restore funding for a musical about a student's gay prom date.
Jan. 31: Glass Tiger's Alan Frew on recovering from his stroke to release the band's latest album 31
Alan Frew of Glass Tiger talks about celebrating the band's 31st anniversary with a new album of reimagined classic songs.
Jan. 31: ‘Northern Touch’ at 20: An oral history of the most important rap collaboration in Canadian history
For the 20 year anniversary of its release, the artists and key contributors to the song reflect on its impact, then and now.
Canadian author Kelley Armstrong talks about her new novel, raising a family and her little cabin in rural Ontario where she writes.
q book contributor Jael Richardson gives us her recommendation of the week. Today, she'll discuss The Questionable Behaviour of Dahlia Moss by Max Wirestone.
The Nova Scotian singer and conductor won the best classical solo vocal album award at this year's Grammys.
Full episode: ‘Northern Touch’ oral history, Barbara Hannigan, Jael Richardson, Alan Frew, Kelley Armstrong 31/01/2018
An oral history of the Juno-winning song ‘Northern Touch’ on its 20th anniversary. Canadian soprano Barbara Hannigan discusses her Grammy-winning album. Book contributor Jael Richardson talks about The Questionable Behaviour of Dahlia Moss by Max Wirestone. Glass Tiger’s Alan Frew opens up about his successful recovery from a stroke and the band’s new album. Bestselling author Kelley Armstrong talks about her chilling new thriller This Fallen Prey.
Anne T. Donahue discusses two things she likes and one she doesn't in the world of pop culture this week.
Jan. 30: How artist Laurie Simmons took a cue from her daughter Lena Dunham to make her debut film, My Art
Laurie Simmons on her daughter, Lena Dunham, and demystifying the artist's life in the new film My Art.
Cleveland's debut thriller Need to Know is already set for a movie adaptation starring Charlize Theron.