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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[Full episode] Graham Norton, Jessica Hopper, Joseph Dandurand, Sarah Chalke


Actor, comedian and author Graham Norton talks about his latest novel, Home Stretch, and shares how a near-death experience changed his outlook on life. Music critic, author and producer Jessica Hopper takes us through a gateway to Joni Mitchell's Blue on the landmark album's 50th anniversary. Poet and playwright Joseph Dandurand reads his poem The Sturgeon's Lover from his Griffin Poetry Prize-nominated collection The East Side of It All...


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[Full episode] Duke Redbird, Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers, David A. Robertson, Lesley Hampton


Ojibway poet Duke Redbird reads a poem he wrote to honour the victims of residential schools. Blackfoot and Sámi filmmaker Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers discusses a collection of films she curated for the Toronto International Film Festival in honour of National Indigenous History Month. Cree author David A. Robertson opens up about his first memoir, Black Water: Family, Legacy, and Blood Memory, in which he ventures into some of the most personal storytelling of his career...


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   54m
 
 

[Full episode] Jason Reynolds, Tania León, Canisia Lubrin, Richard Marx


Bestselling author Jason Reynolds discusses his novel Long Way Down, his entry into the world of literature and why he wants to write books that relate to young readers. Composer Tania León talks about her Pulitzer Prize-winning orchestral piece, Stride — one of 19 pieces composed by women to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment. Writer Canisia Lubrin reads an excerpt from her Griffin Poetry Prize-nominated book, The Dyzgraphxst...


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[Full episode] Uzo Aduba, Jonathon Adams, Yusuf Saadi, Elton John


Emmy-winning actress Uzo Aduba (known as Suzanne "Crazy Eyes" Warren on Orange Is the New Black) talks about taking on her first lead role in HBO's reboot of In Treatment. Cree-Métis baritone Jonathon Adams shares what they discovered when they began delving into the history of Indigenous music and how it was brutally suppressed by Canada's residential school system. Griffin Poetry Prize finalist Yusuf Saadi reads his poem Mile End from his debut poetry collection, Pluviophile...


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   58m
 
 

[Full episode] Cathy Yan, Jael Richardson, Emanuel


With her debut feature Dead Pigs now hitting theatres for the first time, filmmaker Cathy Yan reflects on the huge impact the micro-budget satire had on her career. Our books columnist Jael Richardson fills us in on her summer book pick: Angeline Boulley's debut novel, Firekeeper's Daughter. Canadian R&B artist Emanuel discusses his debut album Alt Therapy, which was co-signed by Idris Elba and Kardinal Offishall before it was even released.


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   55m
 
 

[Full episode] Jeff Lemire, Ruth B, Shamier Anderson and Stephan James


Canadian artist Jeff Lemire talks about seeing his acclaimed comic book series Sweet Tooth adapted into a hit live-action Netflix series of the same name. Canadian singer-songwriter Ruth B. discusses her sophomore album, Moments in Between, and what it was like returning home to Edmonton during the pandemic. Canadian actor brother duo Shamier Anderson and Stephan James talk about launching the Black Academy to support, empower and celebrate emerging Black talent across Canada.


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   56m
 
 

[Full episode] Michelle Pfeiffer, Kathleen Newman-Bremang and Teri Hart, Haviah Mighty, Miranda July


Michelle Pfeiffer talks about her critically acclaimed role in French Exit, a film adaptation of Patrick deWitt's novel of the same name. On this week's screen panel, Kathleen Newman-Bremang and Teri Hart discuss MuchMusic's TikTok comeback and Bo Burnham's new Netflix comedy special, Inside. Hip hop artist Haviah Mighty introduces us to her powerful new track Protest off her forthcoming mixtape, Stock Exchange...


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   1h1m
 
 

[Full episode] Lukas Nelson, ShoShona Kish and Amanda Rheaume, Mike Levine, Ian Hamilton


Lukas Nelson tells us about his band's new album, A Few Stars Apart, and shares how the record was inspired by time spent with his family (including his father, Willie Nelson) during the pandemic. Two of the artists leading this year's International Indigenous Music Summit, ShoShona Kish and Amanda Rheaume, discuss the summit's goals, as well as the current state of Indigenous music in Canada and beyond...


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   57m
 
 

[Full episode] Angélique Kidjo, Kheng Hua Tan, Ewan Currie, Robert Finley


Grammy-winning singer and activist Angélique Kidjo discusses her incredible new album, Mother Nature, which sees her championing young talent from across the African continent. Actor and producer Kheng Hua Tan (best known for Crazy Rich Asians and Netflix's Marco Polo) talks about her latest role in a gender-flipped reboot of the 1970s action series Kung Fu...


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   59m
 
 

[Full episode] Wali Shah, Ali Hassan, Ankur Malhotra, Rochelle Jordan


In response to the recent hate-motivated hit and run in London, Ont., Canadian poet Wali Shah performs his spoken word poem, Home, which he wrote shortly after a tragic incident that happened to him and his family. Canadian comedian, actor and CBC host Ali Hassan discusses the attack in London, Ont., and shares his own experience with Islamophobia...


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