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Monday, Nov. 28, 2022: Matty Matheson, Maren Morris and more
Today on Q with Tom Power: chef, media personality and clothing designer Matty Matheson, singer-songwriter Maren Morris, actor Ke Huy Quan.
Celebrity chef Matty Matheson on The Bear, venturing into fashion and the health scare that changed his life
Canada’s punk rock chef is slowly building an empire. Matty Matheson sat down with Tom Power to talk about embracing his passions and how a heart attack at age 29 inspired him to get the most out of life.
Maren Morris on her rise to the top and what she's learned along the way
In a career-spanning interview, the country music superstar joined Tom Power to reflect on everything from her start in Nashville to her latest album, Humble Quest.
Indiana Jones and The Goonies star Ke Huy Quan on his return to acting after 20 years
Actor Ke Huy Quan joined Tom Power to discuss where he's been for the past few decades and how he was enticed back into acting by the new film Everything Everywhere All at Once.
Friday, Nov. 25, 2022: Linda Schuyler, Kris Bowers and more
Today on Q with guest host Talia Schlanger: Degrassi co-creator Linda Schuyler, composer Kris Bowers, weekly wrap-up panel with John Semley, A. Harmony and Rad Simonpillai.
The Mother Of All Degrassi Linda Schuyler on her new memoir
Degrassi co-creator Linda Schuyler spoke with guest host Talia Schlanger about her new memoir, which details how she went from being a Toronto high school teacher to an award-winning television producer.
Composer Kris Bowers on self-doubt and his new short film A Concerto is a Conversation
Emmy-winning composer Kris Bowers, the musical mastermind behind the scores for Green Book, When They See Us and Bridgerton, talks about self-doubt and his new short film, A Concerto is a Conversation.
Q's weekly wrap-up: From The Fabelmans to Elon Musk's Twitter
John Semley, A. Harmony and Rad Simonpillai joined guest host Talia Schlanger to discuss the arts and culture stories that caught their attention this week.
Thursday, Nov. 24, 2022: Dar Williams, Manami Hara and more
Today on Q with guest host Talia Schlanger: singer-songwriter Dar Williams, director Nneka Onuorah, actor and playwright Manami Hara.
Dar Williams believes just about anyone can write a song that matters
The singer-songwriter has just released a new book, How to Write a Song that Matters. She joined guest host Talia Schlanger to tell us why she believes anyone can turn their stories into music.
Lizzo's Watch Out For The Big Grrrls director Nneka Onuorah on celebrating plus-sized dancers
Director Nneka Onuorah spoke with guest host Talia Schlanger about the groundbreaking reality show and the importance of representing dancers with bigger bodies.
Manami Hara's new play tells the true story of a Japanese diplomat who saved thousands of Jews during WWII
The Vancouver-based actor and playwright joined guest host Talia Schlanger to discuss her latest work, Courage Now, about a Japanese diplomat named Chiune Sugihara who helped thousands of Jewish people escape from the Nazis.
Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022: Misty Copeland, Amanda Cordner and more
Today on Q with guest host Talia Schlanger: ballet dancer Misty Copeland, actor Amanda Cordner, She Said panel with actor Erika Rosenbaum and entertainment reporter Teri Hart.
In her new memoir, Misty Copeland celebrates the life and legacy of dance pioneer Raven Wilkinson
Ballet dancer Misty Copeland joined guest host Talia Schlanger to share what she learned from her mentor and fellow dance pioneer Raven Wilkinson, who performed in the segregated South as a member of the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo in the 1950s.
How playing 7ven on Sort Of helped Amanda Cordner live a little more out loud
As Season 2 of CBC's Sort Of gets underway, Toronto actor Amanda Cordner joined guest host Talia Schlanger to talk about her role on the acclaimed show.
What She Said gets right about Harvey Weinstein's crimes against women and what it adds to the conversation
Actor Erika Rosenbaum and entertainment reporter Teri Hart joined guest host Talia Schlanger to discuss the new film about the New York Times reporters who helped shatter the decades of silence around Harvey Weinstein.
Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022: Matthew Perry, Harry Connick Jr. and more
Today on Q with guest host Talia Schlanger: actor Matthew Perry, musician and actor Harry Connick Jr., director Gail Maurice.
Matthew Perry once prayed to God for fame. Now, his dream is to help others struggling with addiction
In his new memoir, Friends, Lovers, and the Big Terrible Thing, Matthew Perry opens up about his decades-long addiction to alcohol and opiates. The Friends star joined Q’s Tom Power to share his incredible story of survival and why he’s now turned his energy to helping others.
How faith guided Harry Connick Jr. through the pandemic and inspired his new gospel album
The Grammy-winning musician and actor joined Q’s Tom Power to discuss his vulnerable new gospel album, Alone With My Faith, which he made during a year of reflection.
Gail Maurice's feature directorial debut Rosie shows the lasting impact of the Sixties Scoop in Canada
Maurice joined guest host Talia Schlanger to discuss the film's success at TIFF this year, what it takes to get a film made in Canada in 2022 and how to tell a heartwarming story about intense subjects.
Monday, Nov. 21, 2022: Nickelback, Jeanick Fournier and more
Today on Q with guest host Talia Schlanger: Chad Kroeger and Ryan Peake of Nickelback, singer Jeanick Fournier, Artnet News Europe editor Kate Brown.
Nickelback reflect on the band's lasting success and Canadian Music Hall of Fame induction
Chad Kroeger and Ryan Peake of Nickelback sat down with Tom Power to look back on the band's career ahead of their induction into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame early next year.
Canada's Got Talent winner Jeanick Fournier on her debut album, meeting Céline Dion and life after reality TV
Jeanick Fournier is a former palliative care attendant and the winner of the latest season of Canada's Got Talent. She spoke with Tom Power about stepping into the spotlight with the release of her debut album.
Why climate change activists continue to attack famous works of art
Kate Brown, Europe editor for Artnet News, joined guest host Talia Schlanger to explain why protestors have attacked more than 20 masterpieces in museums across Europe and Canada over the past few months, plus the reaction from the art world.
Friday, Nov. 18, 2022: Sylvester Stallone, Steven Hyden and more
Today on Q with guest host Elamin Abdelmahmoud: actor Sylvester Stallone, music critic Steven Hyden, tech journalist Mark Bergen.