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Friday, April 16, 2021: Mickey Guyton, Margaret Atwood and more
Today on Q: country artist Mickey Guyton, author and poet Margaret Atwood, Red Sky Performance executive and artistic director Sandra Laronde.
Mickey Guyton explains how racism hindered her country music career for more than a decade
Country artist Mickey Guyton talks about confronting anti-Black racism, and why she's become an advocate for Black people and women in country music today.
Margaret Atwood on alien invasions, rare curse words, and why reading poetry isn't like eating Cracker Jack
In an unforgettable interview with q host Tom Power, Atwood also discusses her new poetry collection, Dearly.
Red Sky Performance founder Sandra Laronde reflects on 20 years of the Indigenous dance company
The executive and artistic director of Red Sky Performance, Sandra Laronde, talks about celebrating the Canadian dance company's 20th anniversary with a new film called More than Dance, We are a Movement.
Thursday, April 15, 2021: Giacomo Gianniotti, Kelly Fyffe-Marshall and more
Today on Q: actor and director Giacomo Gianniotti, filmmaker Kelly Fyffe-Marshall, country singer Brett Kissel, Blue Rodeo singer and guitarist Greg Keelor.
Grey's Anatomy actor Giacomo Gianniotti on the show's fandom, his character arc and directorial debut
Toronto's Giacomo Gianniotti, who played Dr. Andrew DeLuca on Grey's Anatomy, joined Q’s Tom Power to discuss his transition from acting to directing one of network TV's biggest successes.
How Greg Keelor's new solo album was delayed — and transformed — by the pandemic
Blue Rodeo’s Greg Keelor talks about his new solo album, Share the Love. It was set for release in 2020, but the pandemic prompted him to scrap the original studio version and re-record it live off the floor.
How Kelly Fyffe-Marshall's short film Black Bodies helped her heal from the trauma of racial profiling
Two years ago, Canadian filmmaker Kelly Fyffe-Marshall was the target of racial profiling. After that highly publicized event, she channelled her trauma into a short film called Black Bodies.
Brett Kissel on the inspiration for his new song Die To Go Home
Canadian country singer Brett Kissel introduces us to his song Die To Go Home off his latest album What Is Life. He says the record is a deep dive into love, gratitude and hard truths.
Wednesday, April 14, 2021: Rickie Lee Jones, Chris Buck and more
Today on Q: singer-songwriter Rickie Lee Jones, fashion contributor Mosha Lundström Halbert, backup singer Merry Clayton, photographer Chris Buck.
Legendary backup singer Merry Clayton makes her comeback after life-altering car accident
Merry Clayton joined Q’s Tom Power to discuss her first solo album in more than 25 years, Beautiful Scars, which she made in the aftermath of a near-fatal car accident in 2014 that took both her legs.
From runaway kid to '80s superstar, Rickie Lee Jones recalls a life on the road in candid new memoir
Singer-songwriter Rickie Lee Jones discusses her new memoir, Last Chance Texaco, in which she details her tumultuous childhood, family history and rise to fame.
Celebrity photographer Chris Buck turns his lens toward the partners of exotic dancers
The Canadian photographer, who’s best known for his surreal celebrity portraits, discusses his latest series, Gentlemen's Club: Partners of Exotic Dancers.
How mushroom leather is breaking the mould in the luxury fashion market
Q's fashion contributor Mosha Lundström Halbert talks about mushroom leather and how the new sustainable material might impact the future of fashion.
Tuesday, April 13, 2021: Corb Lund, Mira Burt-Wintonick and more
Today on Q: singer-songwriter Corb Lund, filmmaker Mira Burt-Wintonick, rock duo Crown Lands, filmmaker Wendy Morgan.
Why country star Corb Lund is speaking out against Alberta's coal policy
Country singer Corb Lund discusses his first album in five years, Agricultural Tragic, and explains why he's now speaking out against his province's plan to allow open-pit coal mining on the eastern slopes of the Rocky Mountains.
How making Wintopia helped Mira Burt-Wintonick reconnect with her acclaimed late father
Radio producer and filmmaker Mira Burt-Wintonick, the daughter of renowned Montreal documentarian Peter Wintonick, talks about finishing her late father's project about Utopia.
Canadian rock duo Crown Lands pay tribute to Rush on new song
Juno-nominated Canadian rock duo Crown Lands talk about their new Rush-inspired song, Context: Fearless Pt. 1, and share what it means to them to get the seal of approval from Rush's team.
Director Wendy Morgan on her new award-nominated film Sugar Daddy
Canadian music video director Wendy Morgan talks about the unique way she represents music in her debut feature film, Sugar Daddy.
Monday, April 12, 2021: Mayim Bialik, Jon Klassen and more
Today on Q: actress Mayim Bialik, music journalist and publicist Dalton Higgins on DMX, Kim's Convenience screen panel with Kelly Boutsalis and Justin Wu, children’s author and illustrator Jon Klassen.
Big Bang Theory's Mayim Bialik on Call Me Kat, her new podcast, Jeopardy! and more
Actress and neuroscientist Mayim Bialik fills us in on a few of her latest projects, including a new sitcom, mental health podcast, and two-week stint guest hosting Jeopardy! later this year.
Children's author Jon Klassen says you don't have to be good at drawing to tell a story with pictures
Award-winning children's author and illustrator Jon Klassen discusses his latest book The Rock from the Sky, and shares a simple trick he uses to tell stories with pictures.
Music journalist Dalton Higgins remembers the late DMX
Longtime music journalist, author and publicist Dalton Higgins discusses the life and legacy of rapper DMX, who died on Friday at the age of 50.
OK, see you: Kim's Convenience ends after 5 seasons on CBC
On this week's screen panel, Kelly Boutsalis and Justin Wu reflect on the end of Kim's Convenience as the beloved Canadian sitcom airs its final episode tomorrow.
Friday, April 9, 2021: Doc McKinney, Alison Pill and more
Today on Q: record producer Doc McKinney, Q This music panel with A. Harmony and Vivek Shraya, This Is That host and The Slowest Show creator Pat Kelly, actress Alison Pill.