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As his star continues to rise, Brian Tyree Henry discusses the complicated nature of fame and celebrity.
Insecure's Issa Rae tells us why we need the young black female perspective? now more than ever. Special guest Steven Page? joins the q This music panel to break down some big headlines in music news. Silvio Pietroluongo presents a brief history of the Billboard Hot 100. Steven Page performs songs from his new record and opens up about what the last year has been like for him.
September 14: 'I can't vote, so I used a song instead': Steven Page on how living in the U.S. inspired his new album
Steven Page performs songs from his new record, Discipline: Heal Thyself, Pt. II, and opens up about what the last year has been like for him.
This year marks the 60th anniversary of the Billboard Hot 100 Chart. We tap Silvio Pietroluongo, senior vice president of charts and data development for Billboard, to walk us through how it's changed over its 60 year history.
On this very special edition of the q This music panel, Steven Page (formerly of the Barenaked Ladies) joins Lisa Christiansen, Stuart Berman and Tom Power to break down the latest in music news.
Insecure's Issa Rae discusses her new film The Hate U Give, which centres around a 16-year-old black girl and the issues she grapples with after witnessing her best friend being shot by a police officer.
Actor Thandie Newton opens up about her "upfront and uncompromising" approach to fame. Canadian rock band the Dirty Nil performs live in the q studio. Fashion contributor Mosha Lundström Halbert shares some highlights from New York Fashion Week. Director Michel Gondry talks about working with Jim Carrey on their new series Kidding.
Director Michel Gondry's latest project is a Showtime series called Kidding, starring Jim Carrey. It takes a peek at the lives of children's television stars when the cameras aren't rolling.
September 13: q fashion contributor Mosha Lundström Halbert's biggest hits from New York Fashion Week
Our fashion contributor, Mosha Lundström Halbert, fills us in on Ralph Lauren's 50th anniversary show and shares some highlights from New York Fashion Week.
The Dirty Nil bring their electric, kinetic tunes to the q music studio in advance of the release of their sophomore record Master Volume.
Thandie Newton sat down with Tom Power at TIFF to talk about her new film The Death and Life of John F. Donovan.
YouTube star, comic and director, Bo Burnham, discusses his first feature film, Eighth Grade. Canadian musician and composer, Jean-Michel Blais, tells us how and why he wanted to capture imperfection on his new album Dans ma main. Jael Richardson shares her book recommendation: The Ensemble by Aja Gabel. Canadian comics artist, Aminder Dhaliwal, talks about her popular web series and graphic novel, Woman World.
September 12: 'I like the happy accidents': Jean-Michel Blais on capturing imperfection on his new album Dans ma main
Musician and composer Jean-Michel Blais performs live in the q studio and talks about recording his latest album, Dans ma main, late at night in an empty piano store.
Jael Richardson is q's books columnist. She drops by to fill you in on a new book to check out. Today, she'll talk about The Ensemble by first-time novelist Aja Gabel.
September 12: Aminder Dhaliwal on Woman World: How a cheeky side project turned into a popular graphic novel
When Canadian cartoonist Aminder Dhaliwal created an online comic, just for the fun of it, she never expected it to turn into a professional venture. Now, she has a huge following and a graphic novel deal.
September 12: Bo Burnham on his new film Eight Grade and creating comedy from a life of growing up online
Bo Burnham was one of the first self-made YouTube stars, which launched him into an arena-filling stand-up comedy career. But he left it all behind a few years ago to focus on writing and directing his first feature film, 8th Grade.
Natalie Portman talks about the inspiration behind her critically-acclaimed performance in Vox Lux, and how she got into the mindset of a pop star struggling with addiction and PTSD. Writer, musician and politician Wab Kinew introduces a new generation to Indigenous trailblazers in his picture book Go Show the World. Sarah Feldberg?, former editor of Las Vegas Weekly, gives us a brief history of Las Vegas concert residencies. Costume designer Ruth E. Carter shares how costumes bring characters to life.
Who says Las Vegas is where entertainers go to retire? Sarah Feldberg, the former editor of Las Vegas Weekly, tells us how the Las Vegas residency got its start and who made these concerts cool again.
September 11: Natalie Portman on Vox Lux, the dark side of fame, and the unique toll of being 'pop star famous'
Natalie Portman sits down with Tom Power to talk about the inspiration behind her critically-acclaimed performance in Vox Lux, and how she got into the mindset of a pop star struggling with addiction and PTSD.
September 11: The costume designer behind Malcolm X and Black Panther shares how costumes bring characters to life
Ruth E. Carter is an Oscar-nominated costume designer who calls herself 'the woman behind your favourite characters.' Now, there's a whole new exhibit dedicated to exploring her designs.