Wednesday, March 21, 2018: Steven Page, Charley Pride and more

Today on q: Steven Page formerly of Barenaked Ladies, q book contributor Jael Richardson, curator Julie Crooks and artist Bushra Junaid, country music singer Charley Pride.

Steven Page on feeling 'peace and terror' ahead of Barenaked Ladies reunion

Ahead of the 2018 Junos, Page talks about what it’s been like since leaving the band and the feeling he gets hearing the old songs.

Nic Cage will finally get to play Superman, 20 years after his first attempt

The actor's lifelong obsession with the character knows no leaps or bounds.

Charley Pride on defying expectations: 'I'm a traditional country singer, just like anybody else'

Pride is one of the most successful country singers of all time, but his achievements reach far beyond that. He reflects on his incredible career with q host Tom Power.

The ROM's Here We Are Here exhibit challenges narrow ideas of blackness in Canada

Curator Julie Crooks and artist Bushra Junaid talk about the exhibit, which is shining a new light on Canada's storied relationship with its black population.

Jael Richardson's book pick: A Girl Like That by Tanaz Bhathena

q book contributor Jael Richardson gives us her recommendation of the week. Today, she'll discuss A Girl Like That by Tanaz Bhathena.

Tuesday, March 20, 2018: Judd Apatow, Daniel Caesar and more

Today on q: producer, writer and director Judd Apatow, Laakkuluk Williamson Bathory's Iqaluit block party, singer-songwriter Daniel Caesar.

Judd Apatow dives deep into the legacy of his mentor, the late Garry Shandling

Apatow talks about his latest project, a documentary about the life and legacy of the late legendary comedian Garry Shandling.

'I still got a long way to go': Daniel Caesar on reaching success and what keeps him grounded

The Oshawa-raised singer-songwriter sits down with us ahead of the 2018 Junos to talk about what it feels like to finally reach that thing he's always wanted to achieve.

Laakkuluk Williamson Bathory's musical tribute to Iqaluit

Mask dancer and visual artist Laakkuluk Williamson Bathory picks songs that remind her of her home of Iqaluit.

How to buy tickets to q live at the Junos from Vancouver

BUY TICKETS HERE: Now’s your chance to join us at the Vogue Theatre on Thursday, March 22 at 6:45 p.m. PT ahead of this year’s Juno Awards.

Monday, March 19, 2018: Bill Hader, Jessie Reyez and more

Today on q: actor and comedian Bill Hader, Brent Butt remembers the late Mike MacDonald, singer-songwriter Jessie Reyez, Searchlight 2018 announcement, q screen panel with John Semley and Amanda Parris.

Bill Hader on how HBO's Barry mirrors his own life's journey to finding his passion

In Barry, Hader plays a hitman for hire who discovers his real passion is acting. He talks about his role and directorial debut.

'There's pride in being from here': Jessie Reyez on her breakout year and Toronto's musical renaissance

The Juno-nominated artist talks about her personal highlights from the last year and the recent shine Toronto artists have been getting in the pop mainstream.

The votes are in for CBC Music's Searchlight 2018

After receiving over 2,000 submissions to CBC Music's 2018 Searchlight competition, its three celebrity judges have declared singer-songwriter and hip-hop artist aquakultre as the winner.

Remembering Mike MacDonald, a Canadian comedy icon

Mike MacDonald, a Canadian stand-up comedian and actor, died March 17, 2018. He was 62. Canadian comedian Brent Butt joins us to talk about him.

American Idol is back, but do audiences still care about reality TV talent shows?

The q screen panel discusses the new American Idol reboot on ABC, which is already stirring up some controversy.

Friday, March 16, 2018: Kathy Griffin, Shania Twain and more

Today on q: comedian Kathy Griffin, q This with Raina Douris and Angeline Tetteh-Wayoe, filmmaker Guy Maddin, Canadian singer-songwriter Shania Twain.

After being exiled from Hollywood, Kathy Griffin is ready to make her comeback

Griffin talks about the continuing fallout over her controversial Trump photo and why the harrowing experience still hasn't broken her.

'Change is a relief': Shania Twain on surviving tough times and always looking to the future

'Staying still to me is too vulnerable of a place to be,' says the Canadian music icon. 'You never want to be stuck anywhere.'

'It's a real orgy of discontinuity': Guy Maddin on The Green Fog, a reimagining of Hitchcock's Vertigo

The Canadian filmmaker sheds light on his latest project, and explains why he reimagined Vertigo with archival TV and film footage.

New music release: looking at Pearl Jam's protest song 'Can't Deny Me'

q This looks at the relevance of SXSW in 2018, Julian Casablancas and Jack White's bad press, and Pearl Jam's new anti-Trump single.

Thursday, March 15, 2018: Frank Oz, Sabrina Jalees and more

Today on q: puppeteer Frank Oz of the Muppet Show and Sesame Street, singer and Canada Reads panellist Mozhdah Jamalzadah, author Stacy Russo’s gateway to SoCal punk, Canadian comedian Sabrina Jalees.

From Miss Piggy to Yoda, Frank Oz reveals the secrets behind his famous creations

Oz talks about his new documentary, Muppet Guys Talking, and gives some insight into a few of the many characters he's played throughout his decades long career.

Quincy Jones: 5 key moments from his legendary career

On his 85th birthday, we look back on the producer's legendary career.

Quincy Jones: 5 key moments from his legendary career

On his 85th birthday, we look back on the producer's legendary career.