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Video Adele talks 25: Watch q host Shad's full interview with the hit singer
Adele is making waves, breaking records and earning kudos with her latest album, 25. The bestselling British singer-songwriter talks to Shad, host of CBC's q, about the struggles leading up to 25's triumphant debut and balancing life as a hitmaker and parent.
A Charlie Brown Christmas turns 50, but creators thought it would be a 'one-shot thing' video
The now iconic score for the classic TV special A Charlie Brown Christmas was just another session in the life of a young jazz musician, according to the Canadian man who is the only surviving member of the group that made the music.
Q+A Adult colouring book trend going strong
They're topping the best-seller lists and winning more and more new fans. But while some people sharpen their pencil crayons, others scratch their heads at the adult colouring book trend. CBC pop culture columnist Tara McCarthy fills us in.
As It Happens U.K. fashion house pulls copied Inuit design, here's their apology
The design house Kokon To Zai has sent a letter to Salome Awa saying sorry, and promising to pull the item from its stores.
New Star Wars trailer all about the bad guys
Disney has released yet another teaser trailer for the highly anticipated Star Wars: The Force Awakens, and this one is all about the bad guys.
White Stripes rocker Jack White opens Third Man Records store in Detroit
Rocker Jack White has opened a Third Man Records store in his hometown, the Motor City.
Neil Gaiman returns to comics with the The Sandman: Overture
The acclaimed writer is celebrating the 25th anniversary of his popular comic with a six-issue miniseries.
WolfCop 2 to start filming in Saskatchewan
Producers say shooting will begin in February on WolfCop 2, the sequel to director Lowell Dean's horror-comedy about an alcoholic small-town cop who is also cursed with being a werewolf.
J.K. Rowling defends decision to have Harry Potter name son after Snape
J.K. Rowling took to Twitter this morning to defend the controversial decision to have Harry Potter name partly name his son after the mostly antagonistic character of Severus Snape.
Lawren Harris, Tom Thomson and Alex Colville paintings smash records at auction video
Paintings by famous Canadian artists — including Lawren Harris and Tom Thomson — garnered record prices on Thursday night at the Heffel Fine Art Auction in Toronto, with one Harris painting smashing records with a final bid of $3.9 million.