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Author Jesmyn Ward opens up about writing, being politically aware in her work and how she almost quit writing after Hurricane Katrina hit her hometown.
Jason Isbell uses his voice to speak up on important issues. Anthony Gonzalez talks about how he became the star of Disney-Pixar's Coco. Nils Edenloff shares songs that remind him of Fort McMurray, Alta. Lisa LeBlanc discusses her genre-mashing style.
On his new album The Nashville Sound, Jason Isbell underlines his reputation as one of the finest songwriters and lyricists to come out of the American South.
Anthony Gonzalez is the star of Disney-Pixar's new animated film, Coco. Hear the incredible story of how he scored this big role.
Polaris Music Prize short list nominee Lisa LeBlanc stops by the q studios to discuss her genre-mashing style, how she came around to loving bluegrass and her direct songwriting style.
Iconic actor Bill Murray and virtuoso cellist Jan Vogler turned a chance encounter into a true collaboration on their new album together.
Dec. 28: 'Fear of Margaret Atwood is a powerful thing': how Sarah Polley turned Alias Grace into a TV series
Canadian writer and director Sarah Polley discusses her latest project, adapting Margaret Atwood's book, Alias Grace, into a TV series.
Josephine Vander Gucht and Anthony West wanted to write songs for others. Instead they became a successful group of their own.
Pop artist Ed Sheeran opens up about fame, songwriting and balancing pop bangers with deeper, personal songs.
Bill Murray and Jan Vogler discuss their musical collaboration. Sarah Polley talks about turning Alias Grace into a TV series. Oh Wonder chat about their unlikely route to pop success. Ed Sheeran opens up about fame and songwriting.
Rick Mercer reflects on the Rick Mercer Report. Cinematographer Ava Berkofsky talks about lighting people of colour onscreen. Artist Laakkuluk Williamson Bathory picks songs that remind her of Iqaluit. Nickelback looks back on their musical journey.
CBC's Rick Mercer is ending the Rick Mercer Report. He takes a look back at what he calls the “best job ever.”
Ava Berkofsky, the director of photography for HBO's hit series Insecure, talks about the importance of lighting people of colour onscreen.
Mask dancer and visual artist Laakkuluk Williamson Bathory picks songs that remind her of her home of Iqaluit.
As Nickelback prepares to launch its 9th record, Feed the Machine, the band members reflect on their journey through the songs that got them there.
Dan Brown discusses his latest novel Origin. Singer-songwriter Jessie Reyez tackles toxicity in the music industry. The original voice of Siri talks about how she ended up on your iPhone. Guillermo del Toro discusses his lifelong kinship with monsters.
Best-selling author Dan Brown discusses science, religion and where humankind is going, all themes covered in his new book, Origin.
Dec. 26: 'I want to make it about my experience': Jessie Reyez shines a light on the toxicity in the music industry
Toronto musician Jessie Reyez opens up about the personal experience of songwriting and exposing sexual abuse within the music industry.
Susan Bennett, the original voice of Siri, looks back on the 'unsettling' experience of finding out that her voice was being used on iPhone devices everywhere.
Filmmaker Guillermo del Toro tells us about the beauty of monsters in his new AGO exhibit.