q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Get ready to meet the artists you're talking about, and the ones you'll soon love. Whatever you're into — be it music, TV, film, visual art, theatre or comedy — q is there. Expect deep insight, and big surprises. Because on q, arts and entertainment get personal.

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Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 40 days 6 hours 57 minutes

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[Full episode] Angie Thomas, Vivek Shraya and Maura Johnston, Thundercat


Author Angie Thomas talks about Concrete Rose, the prequel to her bestselling novel The Hate U Give, and why this time she wanted to tell a story through the eyes of a young Black man. On this week's q This music panel, Vivek Shraya and Maura Johnston look ahead to some of the big albums that will be coming out in 2021, including releases from Drake and Lana Del Rey. Thundercat discusses his new album It Is What It Is, and opens up about losing his close friend and collaborator, Mac Miller.


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[Full episode] Leatrice Eiseman, Canada Reads, Elamin Abdelmahmoud, Brandee Younger and Dezron Douglas


Colour specialist Leatrice Eiseman reveals why Pantone broke tradition and settled for two colours of the year in 2021. All five of this year's Canada Reads panellists — Roger Mooking, Devery Jacobs, Rosey Edeh, Paul Sun-Hyung Lee and Scott Helman — introduce us to the books they're championing. CBC Podcast Playlist host Elamin Abdelmahmoud shares his personal list of best podcasts to listen to in 2021...


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[Full episode] Kemp Powers, Patrick Carney, Mosha Lundström Halbert


Soul co-director and screenwriter Kemp Powers talks about the new Pixar animated film, its groundbreaking portrayal of African American identity, and how it helps dismantle the distinction between "winners and losers." Drummer Patrick Carney of the Black Keys looks back at 10 years of Brothers, unlikely success and the band's lasting influence...


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[Full episode] Samantha Bee, Juliet Gilkes Romero, Dan Wilson


On the eve of her sixth season hosting the late-night satirical news show Full Frontal, Toronto-born comedian Samantha Bee reflects on covering what's arguably been the most tumultuous period in American political history. Playwright Juliet Gilkes Romero tells us how her latest work, The Whip, presents a different discussion around the slave trade. Semisonic frontman Dan Wilson reflects on his biggest hits, new music and how to become a better songwriter.


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[Full episode] Vicky Cornell, Ishani Nath and Teri Hart, Drew Gardner


Chris Cornell's wife, Vicky Cornell, looks back at her late husband's life and legacy, sharing why she thinks the music industry needs to do more to support artists struggling with mental health. On this week's screen panel, Ishani Nath and Teri Hart discuss Netflix's powerful new drama Pieces of a Woman, and how it's pushing the conversation about miscarriage forward...


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[Full episode] Emerald Fennell, Lisa Christiansen and Vivek Shraya, Jacob Tierney


Actress, screenwriter and director Emerald Fennell tells us why she thinks her new film Promising Young Woman has struck a nerve with its take on toxic masculinity and rape culture. On this week's q This music panel, Lisa Christiansen and Vivek Shraya discuss this year's postponed Grammy Awards and why legacy artists like Neil Young are selling off their biggest hits...


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[Full episode] Michie Mee, Lang Lang, Ken Burns


Canadian rap pioneer Michie Mee talks about her experience as a woman in hip-hop, her journey to being taken seriously as an artist in the music industry, and her first album in 20 years. Superstar classical pianist Lang Lang discusses the making of his newly-released rendition of Bach's iconic Goldberg Variations. Filmmaker Ken Burns reads a poem he wrote to help his youngest daughter make sense of the pandemic, and shares his thoughts on this challenging moment in time...


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[Full episode] Rachel Brosnahan, Tim Okamura, Laakkuluk Williamson Bathory


Actress Rachel Brosnahan talks about eulogizing the year 2020 in the new comedy special Yearly Departed, and explains why it was important to "let women have the last word." New York-based Canadian artist Tim Okamura discusses his painting series Healthcare Heroes and how his art is making a difference to those on the frontlines...


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[Full episode] David Oyelowo, Reneltta Arluk, Fred Goodman and Patrick Watson, Ibi Zoboi and Yusef Salaam


Stage and screen actor David Oyelowo shares how he manages to convey emotion while wearing a spacesuit costume in George Clooney's new post-apocalyptic drama The Midnight Sky. Messiah/Complex director Reneltta Arluk talks about bringing Against The Grain's daring interpretation of Handel's Messiah to life. Author Fred Goodman and musician Patrick Watson remember the life and music of the late, great Lhasa de Sela...


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[Full episode] Ben Harper, Jon Dore, Jane Fonda


Singer-songwriter Ben Harper talks about his new instrumental album Winter Is For Lovers and his obsession with the lap steel guitar. Comedian Jon Dore talks about his new CBC series Humour Resources, accountability in comedy and how stand-up is suffering during the coronavirus pandemic. Actress Jane Fonda discusses her book What Can I Do?: My Path From Climate Despair to Action and how activism has helped keep her depression at bay.


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