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Seventeen years after the His Dark Materials book trilogy wrapped, author Philip Pullman is back with a new trilogy that dives into that same universe.
Pop culture contributor Anne T. Donahue explains why 'escapist TV' is an important coping mechanism for those seeking something to distract themselves from their busy lives or the constant onslaught of news headlines.
Author of The Lonely Hearts Hotel, Heather O'Neill takes us on a musical tour of Montreal's Plateau.
Comedian Judah Friedlander talks about growing up feeling like an outsider, being politically active and how he finds a place for that in his standup comedy.
Actor, comedian and author Stephen Fry explores the stories in Greek mythology in his latest book, Mythos.
Comedian Hari Kondabolu's new documentary, The Problem With Apu, takes a look at the popular Simpsons character and the issues with stereotyping Indian people.
Actor and comedian Rhys Darby opens up about his journey in the comedy world, from starring in Flight of the Conchords to performing standup, and reflects on New Zealand's new-found sense of identity.
Actor and author Stephen Fry explores the stories in Greek mythology in his new book. Comedian Hari Kondabolu's new documentary looks at the problematic nature of the popular Simpsons character, Apu. Rhys Darby on New Zealand's comedic identity.
Comedian Bassem Youssef on the role of satirists in society. Icelandic artist Sturla Atlason gives us his Reykjavik block party playlist. Musician Amelia Curran on balancing both music and advocacy.
Comedian Bassem Youssef has been called the 'Jon Stewart of Egypt.' Now, he's bringing his comedy to North America.
q This contributors Raina Douris and Odario Williams discuss Taylor Swift's latest album, Reputation.
Sturla Atlas's Sturla Atlason shares songs that remind him of his home of Reykjavik, Iceland.
Amelia Curran discusses, and performs songs off her new album Watershed. She also opens up about her work in mental health advocacy.
Greta Gerwig opens up about her directorial debut, Lady Bird. i am OTHER CCO Mimi Valdes shares her secrets to success. Roch Carrier on his classic story, The Hockey Sweater, which is now a musical. Photographer Mary McCartney on capturing celebrities.
Actress Greta Gerwig makes her directorial debut with her new film, Lady Bird, which loosely chronicles her teenage years growing up in a small town.
Mimi Valdes opens up about her journey, from journalism to chief creative officer of i am OTHER.
The Hockey Sweater, the classic Canadian book by Roch Carrier, has been transformed into a new musical production. Carrier talks about the longevity of his winter tale.
Mary McCartney, photographer and daughter of Paul McCartney, discusses her approach to capturing celebrities in her own distinct way.
Béla Fleck and Abigail Washburn discuss their new album. Ben Errett's new book helps us understand why we like what we like. Opera singer Marion Newman brings Indigenous issues to the new production, Missing. Charlie Daniels on his new memoir.
Musicians Béla Fleck and Abigail Washburn discuss the political message behind their new album, Echo in the Valley.