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Lena Waithe talks about her new Showtime series The Chi. q contributors John Semley and Amanda Parris discuss our love for dystopian TV. Rapper Cadence Weapon opens up about his musical journey.
Full episode: Gregory Porter, Raina Douris and Odario Williams, Cadence Weapon, Julia Alexander 12/01/2018
Jazz singer Gregory Porter talks about Nat King Cole. The q This panel weighs in on the Radiohead and Lana Del Rey copyright dispute. Cadence Weapon presents his Edmonton block party. Culture reporter Julia Alexander discusses Logan Paul.
Jan. 12 Jazz singer Gregory Porter on his new album and looking up to Nat King Cole as a father figure
Gregory Porter pays tribute to Nat King Cole on his latest album, Nat King Cole & Me, and explains the impact Cole has had on his life.
Raina Douris and Odario Williams discuss Radiohead’s copyright dispute with Lana Del Rey and review new music from Bruno Mars and Cardi B.
Edmonton rapper and former poet laureate Cadence Weapon picks songs that remind him of his hometown.
Logan Paul's young fans are defending the YouTube star online, which has people questioning the platform's own accountability when dealing with problematic videos.
Author Leïla Slimani discusses the dark side of the mother-nanny dynamic in her latest novel. TIFF's Cameron Bailey breaks down the Canada's Top Ten Film Festival. Illustrator Mike Feehan talks about the reinvention of Snagglepuss.
Jan. 11: Leïla Slimani explores every parent's 'worst nightmare' in her latest novel, The Perfect Nanny
Author Leïla Slimani discusses the dark side of parenthood, perfection and the mother-nanny dynamic in her Prix Goncourt-winning novel, The Perfect Nanny.
TIFF artistic director and film critic, Cameron Bailey, talks about the 17th annual Canada's Top Ten Film Festival and reflects on the year in Canadian film.
Artist and illustrator Mike Feehan joins us from St. John’s to talk about Exit Stage Left: The Snagglepuss Chronicles, a new six-issue miniseries from DC Comics.
The Killers frontman Brandon Flowers discusses his new album, Wonderful Wonderful. Actress Kristin Kreuk talks about her new CBC show, Burden of Truth. Bassist Cynthia Ross gives us an oral history of The ‘B’ Girls.
The Killers frontman Brandon Flowers discusses his most personal album to date, Wonderful Wonderful.
Kristin Kreuk talks about why it's refreshing to star in a new show that isn't rooted in superpowers or the paranormal.
At the height of The ‘B’ Girls' success, the band fell apart and the music they recorded was never released. Now, 40 years later, they're back together touring.
Full episode: Catherine O'Hara, David Hein and Irene Sankoff, Chloe Benjamin, Anne T. Donahue 09/01/2018
Come From Away creators, David Hein and Irene Sankoff, discuss the hit musical’s journey. Anne T. Donahue explains why Bieber deserves an exhibit. Author Chloe Benjamin discusses her new novel. Comedy icon Catherine O'Hara talks about Schitt’s Creek.
The musical based on the true story of what transpired in the small town of Gander, Newfoundland following the 9/11 attacks is gaining even more momentum.
Anne T. Donahue explains why a Justin Bieber exhibit is a good thing for his hometown of Stratford, Ont., and why the young star deserves the retrospective.
Jan. 9: Author Chloe Benjamin on magic, the occult and superstition in her latest novel The Immortalists
Chloe Benjamin discusses her new novel, The Immortalists, about four siblings who visit a fortune teller and find out the exact date their lives will end.
Catherine O'Hara, the beloved Canadian actress and comedian, talks about her long career and the new season of the CBC comedy Schitt's Creek.
Film composer Hans Zimmer explains how he draws you in with music. Stage actress Seana McKenna talks about playing Queen Lear. Contributors John Semley and Tina Hassannia recap the 75th Golden Globe Awards.