Nov 26, 2013 | 4:53Q Royal Canoe perform "Birthday" in Studio Q Video
Q Royal Canoe perform "Birthday" in Studio Q Nov 26, 2013 | 4:53Winnipeg rock innovators, Royal Canoe perform their song Birthday from their latest record "Today We're Believers" in Studio Q. Behind the scenes note: This is the most cameras we've had rolling on a Q performance, ever. How many can you count?
Nov 27, 2013 | 22:34Q Canada Reads 2014 panelists revealed in Studio Q Video
Q Canada Reads 2014 panelists revealed in Studio Q Nov 27, 2013 | 22:34In Studio Q this morning, Jian revealed this year's panelists for Canada Reads and the books they will be arguing for. Which book book could change the nation? Prominent philanthropist Stephen Lewis will be arguing for Margaret Atwood's "Year of the Flood"; award-winning journalist, Wab Kinew will be defending "The Orenda" by Joseph Boyden; two-time gold-medallist, Donovan Bailey will be arguing for Esi Edugyan's "Half Blood Blues"; award-winning comic, Samantha Bee will be defending Rawi Hage's "Cockroach"; and actress Sarah Gadon will be arguing on behalf of Kathleen Winter's "Annabel".
Oct 17, 2013 | 1:03:42Q Drake on Q Video
Q Drake on Q Oct 17, 2013 | 1:03:42We are proud to present an hour-long, Canadian broadcast exclusive interview with hip-hop superstar, Drake. The critically acclaimed emcee joins Jian to talk about growing up in Toronto, what he wants to achieve with his music, and what kind of legacy he hopes to leave behind.
Nov 19, 2013 | 21:23Q Are men obsolete? Video
Q Are men obsolete? Nov 19, 2013 | 21:23"Be it resolved that men are obsolete." That's the provocative motion to be argued
between Hanna Rosin, senior editor of The Atlantic, for the affirmative side, and British comic and columnist Caitlin Moran for the negative -- about the notion that women are not only catching up to but actually surpassing men, and that they may soon be the dominant sex.
In a cordial, idea-driven debate, the woman discuss how class factors into the changing dynamics between men and women, how notions of masculinity may be affected by that change, and why it's important to talk about the areas in which men increasingly need help.
Nov 12, 2013 | 19:31Q David Suzuki's personal stake in Alzheimer's research in Studio Q Video
Q David Suzuki's personal stake in Alzheimer's research in Studio Q Nov 12, 2013 | 19:31David Suzuki has explored many medical issues on his long-running show 'The Nature of Things' -- Lyme disease, obesity, neuroplasticity -- but his latest research on Alzheimer's disease has a deeply personal bent. The award-winning geneticist knows all too well that his odds of contracting the condition are high. His mother died of it, and two of his uncles and an aunt also suffered from dementia. Jian speaks with Suzuki about his family's history with Alzheimer's, the setbacks and breakthroughs in treating the disease, and whether he meant it when he said he'd "just as soon be put down" if he lost his cognitive capabilities.
Oct 9, 2013 | 19:03Q 'A House in the Sky' author Amanda Lindhout in Studio Q Video
Q 'A House in the Sky' author Amanda Lindhout in Studio Q Oct 9, 2013 | 19:03Amanda Lindhout was held captive for months in Somalia after a freelance mission went awry. She's since turned her efforts toward forgiveness and charity as well as a new memoir, called 'A House in the Sky'', and she joins Jian at the desk in Studio Q to talk about it.