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Dan Fogelman sat down with Tom Power at TIFF to talk about his new film, creating art that makes people cry, and why sentimentality at the movies may not be such a bad thing in 2018.
Irish blues-rock sensation Hozier talks about why he decided to follow up his massively successful debut album with an EP of fiery protest songs.
This Is Us creator Dan Fogelman talks about his new film, writing emotional scenes and how to get them right. Hozier tells us why he decided to follow up his massively successful debut album with an EP of fiery protest songs. Actor and comedian D'Arcy Carden discusses how The Good Place tackles morality and ethics.
Actor and comedian D'Arcy Carden plays the mysterious Janet on the sitcom, The Good Place, starring Kristen Bell and Ted Danson. She talks about how the comedy tackles morality and ethics.
Full episode: Abhishek Bachchan, John Semley and Ishani Nath, Aurora Browne and Meredith MacNeill, Jeremy Dutcher 18/09/2018
Bollywood star Abhishek Bachchan discusses the pressures of fame, the beauty of Indian cinema and his return to the big screen. The q screen panel recaps last night's Emmy Awards ceremony. Baroness von Sketch's Aurora Browne and Meredith MacNeill choose their own adventure. Jeremy Dutcher talks about taking home the Polaris Music Prize for his debut album, Wolastoqiyik Lintuwakonawa.
September 18: 'Canada, are you listening?': Jeremy Dutcher wins Polaris Prize for Wolastoqiyik Lintuwakonawa
Jeremy Dutcher joins Tom Power live in the q studio to talk about his big win at last night's Polaris Music Prize ceremony.
Baroness von Sketch's Aurora Browne and Meredith MacNeill join Tom Power live in the q studio for a rapid fire 'Choose Your Own Adventure' style interview, where they cover comedy, motherhood and everything in between.
Bollywood megastar Abhishek Bachchan sat down with Tom Power at TIFF to discuss the pressures of fame, the beauty of Indian cinema and his first film in two years, Husband Material.
John Semley and Ishani Nath recap the best and worst moments from last night's Emmy Awards ceremony.
Actor, director and comedian Bill Hader discusses how HBO's Barry mirrors his own life's journey to finding his passion. Actor Tatiana Maslany talks about the final season of Orphan Black. Atlanta star Brian Tyree Henry sheds some light on the complicated nature of fame and celebrity. Actor Sandra Oh discusses Killing Eve and why "being true to yourself" in Hollywood is important.
In HBO's Barry, Hader plays a hitman for hire who discovers his real passion is acting. He talks about his role and directorial debut.
Sandra Oh talks about her role in Killing Eve, which is entering its second season.
September 17: Tatiana Maslany prepares to say goodbye to her many characters on final season of Orphan Black
Tatiana Maslany talks to Tom Power about the final season of Orphan Black.
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.