Where can I find information on the music you play on your show?
What's the music you play under the show's opening?
What's the music you play under the Letter of the Day?
How do I hear past interviews?
Radio? QTV? Sirius? Podcasts?Where exactly can I listen to and watch Q?
How can I pitch a story, idea, my band to Q?
A: Click here for a list of music we played on past shows.
A: The Q theme was created by musician Luke Doucet. For the opening essay, we usually play a loop of Radiohead's "Planet Telex". Occasionally, we play a loop from "Memory Gospel" or "Lie Down in Darkness" by Moby.
A: For letters, it's usually a loop from "Regiment" by David Byrne and Brian Eno on the album My Life in the Bush of Ghosts. When Jian is talking about upcoming guests, it's usually a loop of "Dark Fantasy", by Kanye West. Under the Q news, we usually play a loop of "Kiss Them For Me" by Siouxsie and the Banshees. You can find information about other music we play on the show, here.
A: Check our broadcast times on the main page. Q airs on CBC Radio One and CBC Television. It's also broadcast on SiriusXM and across the United States via Public Radio International. Click here for local listings.
We create a weekly television show based on the radio program for CBC Television, that airs Sunday afternoon at 1 PM and Thursday nights at 12:30 a.m.
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