qwith Tom Power
Monday, Oct. 14, 2019: Kiefer Sutherland, Ruth Reichl and more
Today on q: actor and singer Kiefer Sutherland, folk musician Rhiannon Giddens, chef and food writer Ruth Reichl.
New film highlights the stunning artwork and activism of Indigenous trailblazer Robert Davidson
Haida Modern tells the remarkable story of how Davidson helped to popularize and legitimize Indigenous art.
Friday, Oct. 11, 2019: Bill Nighy, Morris Day and more
Today on q: actor Bill Nighy, q This music panel with A. Harmony and Tabassum Siddiqui, musician Morris Day.
Bill Nighy on his complicated relationship with acting and his new film Sometimes Always Never
Actor Bill Nighy joins q's Tom Power live from London, England to talk about his long career in film and his latest project, Sometimes Always Never.
Pitchfork list their top 200 songs of the 2010s
The q This music panel dives into Pitchfork's list of the most defining tracks of the 2010s and share their own picks for best Canadian song of the decade.
Morris Day on his complicated and competitive friendship with Prince
In the 1984 film Purple Rain, Morris Day plays an over-the-top version of himself as Prince's arch-enemy. Off screen, the relationship between Day and Prince was way more complicated.
Thursday, Oct. 10, 2019: Nina Dobrev, Jeff Lemire and more
Today on q: actor Nina Dobrev, singer-songwriter Patrick Watson, cartoonist Jeff Lemire.
Nina Dobrev on the challenges of breaking away from teen stardom
Nina Dobrev is known for playing sweet characters in teen dramas, but now she's entering a new era of her career with the role of Chloe in a new film called Lucky Day.
q's Thursday Headliner: Montreal singer-songwriter Patrick Watson
Patrick Watson drops by the q studio to perform a few new songs from his forthcoming album, Wave.
Jeff Lemire's new graphic novel Frogcatchers is a 'meditation on getting old, memory and childhood'
Award-winning cartoonist Jeff Lemire talks about the inspiration for his new graphic novel and how he feels about his work being adapted for the screen.
Wednesday, Oct. 9, 2019: Ang Lee, Stacey Tenenbaum and more
Today on q: director Ang Lee, q online columnist Elamin Abdelmahmoud, director Stacey Tenenbaum.
Academy Award-winning director Ang Lee on his groundbreaking new film Gemini Man
Ang Lee shares why he's using technology in his new film as a tool to tell deeply human, emotional stories.
Are we too addicted to our phones?
Our online columnist Elamin Abdelmahmoud takes a look at how social media went from making us more social to more anti-social.
Alien at 40: The true story behind the film's iconic chestburster scene
To mark Alien's 40th anniversary this year, filmmaker Alexandre Philippe has made a documentary called Memory: The Origins of Alien. He joined us for a deep dive into one of the most terrifying movie deaths in history.
Pipe Dreams doc shows what it takes to become a world class pipe organist
A new documentary called Pipe Dreams follows five organists who are all competing in the Canadian International Organ Competition, which some call the Olympics of the organ world.
Outrage grows over Joker movie's use of song by convicted child molester Gary Glitter
The musician is in jail serving a 16-year sentence, but could make big bucks from the use of the hit Rock and Roll (Part 2).
South Park creators issue mock apology over China censorship controversy
'Like the NBA, we welcome the Chinese censors into our homes and into our hearts,' wrote South Park creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker.
Tuesday, Oct. 8, 2019: Brittany Howard, Greg Morton and more
Today on q: singer Brittany Howard, comedian Greg Morton, documentary filmmaker Irene Taylor Brodsky.
Brittany Howard on her deeply personal solo album, Jaime
Alabama Shakes singer Brittany Howard shares why she put her successful band on pause and embarked on radical musical exploration and introspection
The 'one-man variety show': How Greg Morton charmed celebrity judges on America's Got Talent
The comedian returns home to tour southern Ontario following a huge stint on the competition reality show while balancing two of his many talents: stand-up comedy and incredible vocal impressions
'The film is an ode to silence': Filmmaker Irene Taylor Brodsky shines a light on deafness in Moonlight Sonata
Brodsky's latest documentary, Moonlight Sonata: Deafness In Three Movements, follows her deaf son as he learns to play Beethoven with the help of cochlear implants.
Marg Delahunty takes on climate change in pre-election video: watch
The Warrior Princess is part of a pre-election campaign that includes Eric McCormack, Sheila McCarthy, Andrea Martin, Gordon Pinsent, Tatiana Maslany, Shaun Majumder and many others.
Monday, Oct. 7, 2019: Cathy Goldsmith, Walter Scott and more
Today on q: Dr. Seuss's longtime art director Cathy Goldsmith, q screen panel with John Semley, Tina Hassannia and Shea Serrano, Anil Dash on Prince's 1989 Batman album, graphic novelist Walter Scott.
Dr. Seuss's longtime art director on bringing the author's latest book to life 28 years after his death
Theodor Seuss Geisel Dr. Seuss's longtime art director on bringing the author's posthumous book Dr. Seuss's Horse Museum to life
The latest Joker film: cinematic masterpiece or incel nightmare?
Our screen panel discusses all things Joker.