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The Canadian actor talks about his role in Netflix's Alex Strangelove, a teen comedy about a high school senior who realizes that he's gay.
Brian Jackson presents an intimate guide to poet Gil Scott-Heron's work, taking us back to the moment the two of them first met at a band practice in college.
Filmmaker Morgan Neville discusses his new documentary Won't You Be My Neighbor? about the life and legacy of Mister Rogers. Canadian artist and writer Mariko Tamaki explains what it takes to write realistic teenage dialogue for DC Comics' new Supergirl graphic novel. Brian Jackson presents a q gateway to the work of his friend and collaborator Gil Scott-Heron. Canadian actor Daniel Doheny talks about his role in Netflix's Alex Strangelove, a teen comedy about a high school senior who realizes that he's gay.
In this very early career interview, British singer-songwriter Jorja Smith talks to Tom Power about what it's like dealing with fame ahead of her debut album.
June 6: 'You're in prison for life': How Bill Clinton helped James Patterson write his new presidential thriller
Bestselling author James Patterson discusses what it was like to collaborate on a political thriller with the former president of the United States.
Junlei Li, co-director of the Fred Rogers Centre, takes us through the story of Mister Rogers' Canadian roots.
Our fashion contributor tells us what made Kate Spade an iconic name in the fashion world and why her brand was unique.
The Ramones' former manager shares behind-the-scenes photos of the band and reflects on their early days, before they were big.
Full episode: James Patterson, Mister Rogers' Neighborhood q origin story, Mosha Lundström Halbert, Jorja Smith, Danny Fields 6/6/2018
Author James Patterson discusses what it was like to collaborate on a political thriller with former president of the United States, Bill Clinton. Junlei Li presents the Canadian origin story behind Mister Rogers' Neighborhood. Our fashion contributor Mosha Lundström Halbert talks about Kate Spade's life and legacy. Ahead of the release of her debut album, singer-songwriter Jorja Smith opens up about dealing with fame. The Ramones former manager, Danny Fields, shares photographic memories of the band when they were young.
Joshua Whitehead is someone who might be the future of Canadian literature. He talks about his debut novel, which captures the realities of youth culture for Indigenous teens.
June 5: 'I couldn't imagine I'd be here 60 years later': How Françoise Hardy became a French icon despite self-doubt
In a rare English interview, Françoise Hardy looks back on her early doubtful days, clears up some rumours about her past and tells an unbelievable story about Bob Dylan.
June 5: How Jared Abrahamson went from miner in Flin Flon, to MMA fighter named Wolfblood, to Hollywood actor
Born in Flin Flon, Man., Jared Abrahamson's path to stardom wasn't typical for a Hollywood-bound actor.
June 5: After battling body dysmorphic disorder, Lindi Ortega realized the power of music to help herself and her fans
The Toronto-born country music star opens up about why she wanted to create "a whole record that's dedicated to helping somebody through a struggle in life."
French music icon Françoise Hardy looks back on her early doubtful days, clears up some rumours about her past and tells an unbelievable story about Bob Dylan. Canadian First Nations poet and novelist Joshua Whitehead tackles what it means to be two-spirit and Indigiqueer. Canadian actor Jared Abrahamson talks about how he went from being a miner in Flin Flon, to an MMA fighter named Wolfblood, to a Hollywood actor. Canadian country music star Lindi Ortega opens up about her battle with body dysmorphic disorder.
Béatrice Martin, a.k.a. Coeur de Pirate, discusses her new album En cas de tempête, ce jardin sera fermé, and performs a few songs, recorded live in the q studio.
Our screen panel discuss comedian Samantha Bee calling Ivanka Trump the c-word and Paul Schrader's new film First Reformed.
June 4: Inside the complicated history of Georgian techno: David Lezhava's q block party from Tbilisi
Tbilisi has become a destination for techno music, but after recent police raids, many clubs have been forced to shut down. Now, protesters are speaking out.
As his star continues to rise, Brian Tyree Henry discusses the complicated nature of fame and celebrity.
Atlanta star Brian Tyree Henry discusses the complicated nature of fame and celebrity. John Semley and Tina Hassannia of the q screen panel weigh in on Samantha Bee calling Ivanka Trump the c-word. David Lezhava takes us inside the complicated history of Georgian techno music in his q block party from Tbilisi. Canadian singer-songwriter Béatrice Martin, a.k.a. Coeur de Pirate, performs a few songs and discusses her new fully Francophone album.
Lauren Mayberry, Iain Cook and Martin Doherty of Chvrches explain why after the quick-fire success of their first two albums, they felt the need to slow down on Love is Dead.