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Each member of the legendary Canadian rock band choose their favourite songs from band's entire discography.
Our q screen panel discuss Beyoncé and Jay-Z's new joint album, which has sent the internet into a frenzy.
Canadian singer-songwriter Sarah McLachlan reflects on the legacy of Lilith Fair and the power of Angel. Tina Hassannia and Charles Officer of the q screen panel discuss Beyoncé and Jay-Z's new surprise joint album. HQ Trivia host Scott Rogowsky explains how the hugely popular trivia quiz app has changed his life. Canadian rock band Sloan share their most memorable songs and why they matter.
Oscar-winning director Brad Bird shares how "a gumbo of spy movies, superhero things and action movies" inspired Incredibles 2. CBC's Jarrett Martineau and Lisa Christiansen of the q This music panel discuss Drake's new Degrassi-themed music video. Senior internet culture reporter Julia Alexander breaks down the highlights from this year's E3 video game expo. Pulitzer Prize-winning author Michael Chabon reflects on being a father and a son.
June 15: Michael Chabon on fatherhood and the 'bitter surprise' of watching your kids leave the nest
Pulitzer Prize-winning author Michael Chabon reflects on being a father and a son in a new book of essays called Pops: Fatherhood in Pieces.
June 15: Director Brad Bird on how 'a gumbo of spy movies, superhero things and action movies' inspired Incredibles 2
The Oscar-winning director and writer behind Disney-Pixar's Incredibles 2 talks about how his own childhood and parenting experiences inspired the film.
Our q This panel talk about how Drizzy has once again left the internet in a tizzy with a new music video, full of surprise guests and meme-generating moments.
We break down the highlights from this year's Electronic Entertainment Expo, where companies like Xbox, Playstation and Nintendo unveiled new games and future plans.
The Smiths' Johnny Marr explains how Brexit and Trump's election inspired his latest album. Canadian director Stephen Dunn talks about why he wanted to direct the first LGBTQ Heritage Minute. Phantom Thread star Lesley Manville shares what it was like creating a real friendship with Daniel Day-Lewis to play siblings on film. Jeremy Taggart and Jonathan Torrens unpack the dad joke. Novelist Tommy Orange paints a kaleidoscopic picture of what it means to be a Native American in a sprawling urban landscape.
June 14: How Brexit and Trump's election inspired The Smiths' Johnny Marr to create his latest album
On his new album, Call the Comet, Marr imagines an alternate reality. He talks about how music can become an ideal escape and his relationship with Morrissey now.
June 14: Phantom Thread's Lesley Manville on creating a real friendship with Daniel Day-Lewis to play siblings on film
Actor Lesley Manville stars alongside Daniel Day-Lewis in Paul Thomas Anderson's latest film Phantom Thread.
Just in time for Father's Day, Taggart and Torrens tell us their best (worst) dad jokes.
The director talks about the new Heritage Minute, which celebrates the work of gay activist Jim Egan.
In his debut novel, Tommy Orange paints a kaleidoscopic picture of what it means to exist as a Native American in a sprawling urban landscape.
Novelist Irvine Welsh talks about his latest novel, Dead Men's Trousers, and shares what it's like to say goodbye to a character he's spent decades writing about.
June 13: Why Larysa Kondracki faced backlash from Australians for directing new adaptation of Picnic at Hanging Rock
The Canadian director discusses the challenge of taking on such a well-loved Australian story, and the backlash she faced from Australians for her role in the series.
Our book contributor, Jael Richardson, discusses her recommendation, Oscar by Mauricio Segura.
In this edition of the q block party, former Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada, Beverley McLachlin, shares the songs that remind her of Vancouver.
We revisit one of the art world's biggest mysteries with journalist Craig Williams, who believes he's identified the famous anonymous street artist Banksy.
Journalist Craig Williams revisits his theory that Banksy is Massive Attack's Robert Del Naja. Beverley McLachlin, former Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada, presents her q block party for Vancouver. Jael Richardson shares her book recommendation for your reading list. Canadian director Larysa Kondracki talks about adapting an Australian classic for the small screen. Novelist Irvine Welsh explains why he killed off an iconic character in his new Trainspotting sequel.