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Leslie Feist sits down with Tom Power live in the q studio to talk about finding the courage to branch out with a new podcast, called Pleasure Studies.
Canadian indie icon Feist talks about finding the courage to branch out with a podcast, called Pleasure Studies. The q screen panel discusses the legacy of Seinfeld 30 years after its premiere on television. Actor Dan Aykroyd joins us in studio to talk about the Tragically Hip, the blues, ghosts and the Caesar.
Actor Kiefer Sutherland talks about country music, the rodeo, his grandfather Tommy Douglas and more. The q This music panel explains why Taylor Swift is calling her music catalogue feud with Scooter Braun her "worst case scenario." Singer-songwriter Rufus Wainwright performs live in the q studio and discusses celebrating 20 years since his debut album.
Rufus Wainwright: The singer-songwriter on composing operas and celebrating 20 years since his debut album
Opera has been a huge part of Rufus Wainwright's life for a long time. He stopped by the q studio to talk about what it means to him, as well as his current tour, which celebrates his first two pop records.
The Canadian actor talks about his love of storytelling both on screen and as a country musician.
Tantoo Cardinal is one of the most recognizable and prolific Indigenous actors in Canada. Even if you don't know her by name, chances are you've seen her on screen: she's been in more than 120 films and television shows over her 40-year career.
Jimmie Fails and Joe Talbot: The Last Black Man In San Francisco is a story about displacement, gentrification and personal history
The Last Black Man in San Francisco is a story about displacement, gentrification and how these issues affect people of colour, who have deep, lifelong histories in neighbourhoods they can no longer afford to call home.
Black Pumas join Tom Power live in the q studio for a performance and chat about their self-titled debut album, which is turning heads north and south of the border for its unique blend of hip-hop samples and old-school soul.
Psychedelic soul group Black Pumas join us live in the q studio for a performance and chat about their self-titled debut album. Comedian Trevor Noah shares his q block party playlist for Soweto, South Africa. The Last Black Man in San Francisco's Jimmie Fails and Joe Talbot talk about the film and how displacement and gentrification affect people of colour. Veteran actor Tantoo Cardinal opens up about getting her first starring role in a feature film.
Three summers ago, Stranger Things premiered on Netflix and exploded in popularity. One of the show's young stars, Caleb McLaughlin, talks to us ahead of the release of the show's third season.
Jeremy Dutcher won the 2018 Polaris Music Prize as well as a Juno Award for his debut album Wolastoqiyik Lintuwakonawa.
Sara Bareilles joins Tom Power in the q studio to talk about how writing the music and lyrics for the Tony-nominated musical Waitress changed her, both personally and professionally.
Singer-songwriter Sara Bareilles talks about how Broadway has changed her, both personally and professionally. Our online columnist Elamin Abdelmahmoud breaks down the music streaming manipulation phenomenon. Stranger Things star Caleb McLaughlin discusses his life-changing role and takes our '80s pop culture quiz. Polaris Prize-winning singer Jeremy Dutcher reflects on his whirlwind year.
Haviah Mighty is one of Canada's most exciting new hip hop talents. She dropped by the q studio to perform a few songs from her Polaris-nominated album, 13th Floor.
Bob Martin's latest musical, The Prom, is about a troupe of washed-up Broadway stars who head to small-town Indiana to help a young lesbian couple who have been banned from attending prom.
Emilio Estevez tells us about his return to the big screen as the star, writer and director of The Public, a drama about a standoff between homeless people and the police that plays out in a Cincinnati library.
Emilio Estevez discusses his return to the big screen as the star, writer and director of The Public, a drama about the homelessness crisis and the importance of public libraries. Polaris Prize-longlisted artist Haviah Mighty talks about having the opportunity to candidly speak her truth as a young, black female rapper in Canada. Tony Award-winner Bob Martin discusses his latest production The Prom and why he believes in the healing power of musical theatre.
Will Arnett talks about his parents, being Canadian and returning home for the Laughter is the Best Medicine Gala, in support of the Michael Garron Hospital Foundation. Canadian fashion designer Tanya Taylor tells us why it's important to connect with and celebrate women who don't feel included in the world of fashion. Chilly Gonzales discusses his love of the piano and performs songs from his album Solo Piano III.
After rumours of a breakup, the Black Keys have returned with a brand new album called Let's Rock. Patrick Carney and Dan Auerbach talk about the hiatus between records and the pitfalls of the music industry in 2019.
Caitlin Cronenberg is an award-winning photographer and director who's been published all over the world. She joined Tom Power to talk about a new exhibit of her work called STRANGE/BEAUTY, which features some of her extensive work with Drake.