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Canadian indie pop duo Tegan and Sara reflect on their 20-year career ahead of receiving the Governor General's Performing Arts Award. Canadian artist and author Douglas Coupland shows the impact of our global marine-pollution crisis in a new art installation at the Vancouver Aquarium. Actor and comedian Retta shares her opinion on everything from social media etiquette to Lin-Manuel Miranda's Hamilton.
Coupland's new art installation, Vortex, is taking over the Vancouver Aquarium for the next year.
Canadian musician Loreena McKennitt joins Tom Power live in the q studio to talk about her new album Lost Souls, her first collection of new music since 2006.
Full episode: q screen panel, Shauna Levy, Jael Richardson, Margo Price, Loreena McKennitt 30/05/2018
John Semley and Amanda Parris of the q screen panel discuss the news that ABC has cancelled its short-lived reboot of Roseanne following a racist tweet by its star. Design expert and Design Exchange president Shauna Levy explains why Canada's entry in this year's Venice Architecture Biennale is getting a lot of attention. Our book contributor Jael Richardson shares her recommendation, Little Fish by Casey Plett. Country music singer Margo Price performs a few songs off her record All American Made and talks about what it's like to be called the next great Nashville star. Canadian musician Loreena McKennitt performs and talks about her new album Lost Souls, her first collection of new music since 2006.
Our screen panel discuss the news that ABC has cancelled its short-lived reboot of Roseanne following the star's racist tweet about former Obama adviser Valerie Jarrett.
Acclaimed country music singer Margo Price performs a few songs off her record All American Made and talks about what it's like to be called the next great Nashville star.
Our book contributor Jael Richardson gives us her recommendation for this week. Today, she'll discuss Little Fish by Casey Plett.
Shauna Levy, president and CEO of the Design Exchange, explains why Canada's entry in this year's Venice Architecture Biennale is getting a lot of attention.
Our pop culture contributor discusses rumours about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's honeymoon destination, new music from Ariana Grande and Solo: A Star Wars Story.
Neko Case describes what it was like to receive a call that should have been life-changing, but ended up being life-affirming.
May 29: Dear White People creator Justin Simien explains why he chose an Ivy League setting to talk about race
Some critics thought the subject matter of Dear White People would be too "challenging," but Simien tells us why he saw the film and TV show as more of an opportunity than a challenge.
Charney tells us how lost art can change the way we understand the art that we still have.
Singer-songwriter Neko Case discusses her new album Hell-On and losing her house to fire. Pop culture contributor Anne T. Donahue shares her two goods and a bad for the week. Art crime expert Noah Charney tells the fascinating stories behind some of the greatest missing masterpieces. Dear White People creator Justin Simien explains why he saw his film and TV show as more of an opportunity than a challenge.
Country music star Keith Urban talks about blending genres on his new album Graffiti U. John Semley, Amanda Parris and Tina Hassannia of our q screen panel discuss Hollywood after Harvey Weinstein. National Ballet of Canada dancer Guillaume Côté talks about Frame by Frame, a tribute to the pioneering animator Norman McLaren.
Dancer Guillaume Côté talks about his collaboration with Robert Lepage to create Frame by Frame, a tribute to the Scottish-Canadian animator Norman McLaren.
May 28: 'I've always felt like an artist': Keith Urban on blending genres on his new album Graffiti U
Tom Power sat down with country music star Keith Urban to talk about his new album Graffiti U, a crossover of country and pop.
Our screen panel discuss whether the criminal charges facing Harvey Weinstein can finally change Hollywood's film industry.
Star Wars expert Brian Jay Jones guides us through some of the lesser known facts about the space movie franchise.
Our q This panel discuss whether or not reality TV music talent shows still have their star-making power. They also share their thoughts on Shawn Mendes' new album.
Tig Notaro talks about what inspired her latest comedy special and why it's all right if you're not always happy all of the time.