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Siblings Shamik Bilgi and Vivek Shraya of the electro-pop band Too Attached discuss their new record Angry.
The Canadian duo reflect on 20 years of being in a band together (and 36 years as twin sisters).
The trio of brothers are back with a greatest hits compilation called Middle of Everywhere. They join Tom Power in the studio to discuss their 25-year career.
Husband-and-wife team Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V. Gordon talk about bringing their critically acclaimed romantic comedy to the big screen.
Full episode: Kumail Nanjiani and Emily Gordon, Hanson, Tegan and Sara, Shamik Bilgi and Vivek Shraya 19/02/2018
Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V. Gordon talk about bringing their critically acclaimed romantic comedy The Big Sick to the big screen. The Hanson brothers discuss their 25-year career. Twin sisters Tegan and Sara reflect on 20 years of being in a band together. Shamik Bilgi and Vivek Shraya of Too Attached discuss their new album Angry.
Matthew Hornick and Walter Woodman of Shy Kids talk about their new album and why heading to Hollywood wasn't all it was cracked up to be.
From old library cards to backstage passes, the new Justin Bieber exhibit sheds light on the pop superstar's early life.
Raina Douris and Odario Williams discuss the Smashing Pumpkins reunion and the whole concept of reunion tours in general.
Danai Gurira talks about the hype around Black Panther and why the film's value is more important than any records it might break at the box office.
Full episode: Danai Gurira, Raina Douris and Odario Williams, Justin Bieber exhibit preview, Shy Kids 16/02/2018
Danai Gurira explains why Black Panther’s value is more important than any records it might break at the box office. Raina Douris and Odario Williams talk about the Smashing Pumpkins reunion tour. We preview the Justin Bieber exhibit in Stratford, Ont. Shy Kids talk about their new album and why making it in America isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.
Spoken word poetry was more than a coping mechanism for Sabrina Benaim — it was a platform to discuss her deepest insecurities, depression and anxiety.
Pete Holmes discusses his loosely autobiographical HBO series Crashing, about a comedian struggling to find a home in New York's fiercely competitive stand-up scene.
Feb. 15: Jeanne Beker explains why she's championing Mark Sakamoto's book Forgiveness for Canada Reads
Canada Reads panellist Jeanne Beker shares the personal reason why she chose to defend the book Forgiveness by Mark Sakamoto.
Comedian Pete Holmes talks about season two of HBO’s Crashing. Canada Reads panellist Jeanne Beker explains why she’s championing Mark Sakamoto’s book Forgiveness. Sabrina Benaim discusses how spoken word poetry helped her find her voice.
q book contributor Jael Richardson gives us her recommendation of the week. Today, she'll discuss The Wedding Date by Jasmine Guillory.
Karla Welch talks about what it takes to get her A-list celebrity clients, such as Justin Bieber and Lorde, ready for the red carpet during awards season.
Misha Glenny knows what it's like to sit across from actual mobsters — he's spent most of his career interviewing them as an investigative journalist.
New York Fashion Week is coming to an end. Our fashion contributor Mosha Lundström Halbert gives a round-up of the hottest stories.
Pete Holmes recounts a Valentine's Day show that went horribly wrong, until a very special guest dropped in unexpectedly.
Investigative journalist Misha Glenny talks about McMafia. Comedian Pete Holmes shares his favourite Valentine's Day story. Jael Richardson gives a book recommendation. Mosha Lundström Halbert breaks down the biggest runway stories from New York Fashion Week. Top Hollywood stylist Karla Welch talks red carpet fashion.