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Tickets: Announcing q live from Hillside, featuring William Prince, Fred Penner, Jackie Pirico and more
CBC Radio’s q live with Tom Power kicks off Hillside Inside 2020 with a special night of performances and conversation.
Friday, Jan. 17, 2020: Molly Burke, Alexander Ludwig and more
Today on q: YouTuber Molly Burke, q This music panel with Lisa Christiansen and A. Harmony, actor Alexander Ludwig.
Meet Molly Burke, the blind YouTuber changing the game when it comes to beauty and fashion online
The Canadian YouTuber tells us how making videos gave her confidence, and how she's now helping break barriers for people with disabilities.
Are posthumous albums cash grabs or earnest tributes to the artist?
On this week's q This music panel, Lisa Christiansen and A. Harmony talk about Mac Miller's posthumous new album Circles, which was just released today.
'Harriet Tubman was a superhero to me': Cynthia Erivo on portraying the famed abolitionist in the film Harriet
Cynthia Erivo joined q's Tom Power during the Toronto International Film Festival to talk about her incredible portrayal of Harriet Tubman in Harriet, the first feature film about the famed abolitionist.
Alexander Ludwig on acting, battling addiction and type casting in Hollywood
The Canadian actor talks about his journey to fame, from a Harry Potter toy commercial, to the Hunger Games, to the hit History Channel show Vikings.
Thursday, Jan. 16, 2020: Tomi Adeyemi, Kris Davis and more
Today on q: author Tomi Adeyemi, filmmaker Matthew Rankin, actor J. C. MacKenzie, jazz pianist Kris Davis.
Tomi Adeyemi on Children of Virtue and Vengeance, film adaptations and getting a shout out from Beyoncé
Novelist Tomi Adeyemi returns to q to talk about Children of Virtue and Vengeance, the sequel to her smash hit New York Times bestselling book, Children of Blood and Bone.
Filmmaker Matthew Rankin on playing fast and loose with Canadian history in new film The Twentieth Century
Rankin's first feature-length film, The Twentieth Century, is a gonzo satire inspired by the diaries of former Canadian prime minister William Lyon Mackenzie King.
How J. C. MacKenzie became one of Martin Scorsese's go-to character actors
The Canadian character actor tells us what it's like working with Scorsese, and how he holds his own onscreen against superstars like Leonardo DiCaprio and Al Pacino.
Jazz pianist Kris Davis on pushing the boundaries of the piano
The Canadian jazz pianist joined q's Tom Power from New York to talk about her latest album, Diatom Ribbons.
Wednesday, Jan. 15, 2020: Jeff VanderMeer, Jay Douglas and more
Today on q: author Jeff VanderMeer, q books columnist Jael Richardson, filmmaker Babak Payami, musician Jay Douglas.
Author Jeff VanderMeer on Dead Astronauts and seeing his novels adapted for the screen
VanderMeer joined q's Tom Power to discuss the latest novel in his popular Borne series, Dead Astronauts.
'I'm just a messenger for peace and love': Toronto reggae legend Jay Douglas reflects on his life and career
Douglas joined q's Tom Power to talk about coming to Canada from Jamaica in the '60s, his part in supporting the Jamaica To Toronto compilation, and his new single, Jah Children.
Iran plane crash: How an arts organization is helping to 'bring humanity to the forefront' following tragedy
Iranian-Canadian filmmaker Babak Payami discusses how the Tirgan Festival is memorializing its eight volunteers who lost their lives on Ukraine International Airlines Flight PS752.
Jael Richardson's book pick: A Prayer For Travellers by Ruchika Tomar
Our books columnist, Jael Richardson, fills us in on a new book to check out: A Prayer For Travellers by Ruchika Tomar.
Tuesday, Jan. 14, 2020: Floria Sigismondi, Holy F and more
Today on q: filmmaker, photographer and visual artist Floria Sigismondi, fashion designer Lesley Hampton, editorial cartoonist Bruce MacKinnon, electronica band Holy F.
Floria Sigismondi brings her dark aesthetic to the page and the big screen with a new book and film
The Canadian filmmaker, photographer and visual artist talks about her eye-popping new photography book, Eat the Sun, as well as her psychological horror film, The Turning.
This Indigenous designer's gowns are turning heads on the red carpet — and busting down barriers
Meet Lesley Hampton, the 25-year-old Canadian designer whose gown made major waves on the Golden Globes red carpet this year.
'Not everyone can vent the way an editorial cartoonist can': Bruce MacKinnon on the Iran plane crash
Editorial cartoonist Bruce MacKinnon joins q's Tom Power to talk about his response to the Iran plane crash, which was published in last Saturday's Chronicle Herald.
Watch Holy F perform new music from Deleter live in the q studio
Canadian electronica band Holy F dropped by the q music studio to talk about their new album, Deleter, which comes out later this week.
Monday, Jan. 13, 2020: Neil Peart tribute, Oscar nominations panel and more
Today on q: a tribute to the late Neil Peart of Rush, Rebecca Keegan on Harvey Weinstein's trial, the directors of The Body Remembers When The World Broke Open, q screen panel on the 2020 Oscar nominations.
Remembering Neil Peart: How the Rush drummer helped music thrive in Canada
Drummers Max Weinberg and Peter Erskine, and Rush: Beyond the Lighted Stage filmmaker Sam Dunn, joined q's Tom Power to celebrate Peart's life and legacy.
How will Harvey Weinstein's trial impact the #MeToo movement?
The Hollywood Reporter's Rebecca Keegan catches us up on the trial, and discusses its implications for both the #MeToo movement and for women working in Hollywood right now.
Directors of The Body Remembers When The World Broke Open on winning $100,000 Rogers Best Canadian Film Award
Kathleen Hepburn and Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers discuss their acclaimed drama, which just won the $100,000 Rogers Best Canadian Film Award.