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Our q screen panel contributors John Semley and Tina Hassannia break down the 2018 Oscar nominees.
Pop culture contributor Anne T. Donahue discusses the Razzie awards, the SAG Awards typo for Judi Dench and Princess Eugenie's engagement.
Vancouver-based comedian Charlie Demers explores how fatherhood has influenced his new material in his comedy album Fatherland.
Full episode:John Semley and Tina Hassannia, Jordan Peele, Anne T. Donahue and Charlie Demers 23/01/18
q screen panelists John Semley and Tina Hassannia chat about Oscar nominations. Jordan Peele discusses his directorial debut in Get Out. Pop culture contributor Anne T. Donahue chats about the relevance of the Razzie awards in the age of social media.
This Hour Has 22 Minutes celebrates its 25th anniversary. Writer and cast member Mark Critch chats with guest host Laurie Brown about his memories working on Canadian comedy show.
Season 22 of the reality TV series just started. Writer Suzannah Showler talks about what the show tells us about our ideas on dating, romance and North American identity.
Guest host Laurie Brown chats with artist Jordan Tannahill about his play Declarations and debut book Liminal.
Author Erin Bow reveals the winners of CBC Book's The First Page challenge. Guest host Laurie Brown chats with one of the finalists about her winning entry.
Comedian Mark Critch talks about the history of This Hour Has 22 Minutes. Jordan Tannahill talks about his new play Declarations. Author Suzannah Showler gives a gateway to The Bachelor. Erin Bow reveals the winners of The First Page challenge.
q This' Raina Douris and Odario Williams review new music from They Might Be Giants and Spinal Tap's Derek Smalls. They also discuss Weird Al Yankovic's upcoming tour.
John Till revisits Joplin's life and musical legacy on what would be her 75th birthday.
RJ Mitte broke out in his boundary-busting role as Walt Jr. on the hit series Breaking Bad, which turns 10 this month.
Full episode: RJ Mitte, Raina Douris and Odario Williams, John Till, Geoffrey Kelly and Jill Daum 19/01/2018
RJ Mitte reflects on Breaking Bad’s 10th anniversary. Raina Douris and Odario Williams discuss new music releases. Guitarist John Till remembers Janis Joplin. Geoffrey Kelly and Jill Daum talk about Spirit of the West.
Mélanie Joly stops by q to talk about her vision for Canadian cultural industries at a time of major change.
The band will be inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame at the Juno Awards on March 25 in Vancouver.
Barenaked Ladies discuss their induction into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame. André Leon Talley, the former editor-at-large of Vogue, talks about a new documentary about his life. Heritage Minister Mélanie Joly discusses her vision for Canadian cultural industries.
Erin Bow tell us about her role as judge and reveals the shortlist for The First Page student writing challenge.
q book contributor Jael Richardson gives us her first book recommendation of 2018. Today, she'll discuss author Sharon Bala's The Boat People.
Jan. 17: How Studio 58 is tackling harassment in performing arts by raising questions in the classroom
Longtime theatre instructor Courtenay Dobbie discusses how she's bringing conversations about sexual misconduct into the classroom at Studio 58.
In Robert Lepage's current touring show, 887, he examines his early life growing up in Quebec City, complete with a scaled-down replica of his old neighbourhood.