Actor Stephan James on shining a light on black stories

The star of If Beale Street Could Talk and Homecoming joins Tom Power live in the q studio to talk about his whirlwind year and first Golden Globe nomination.

Carly Maga recaps the 2019 Dora Awards

Our theatre columnist shares all the juicy details — the winners, stories and surprises — from last night's Dora Mavor Moore Awards.

Jenny Lewis on how she tapped into her unconscious to write her new album, On the Line

Acclaimed singer-songwriter Jenny Lewis discusses her new album, On the Line, and performs a few songs in the q studio.

Wednesday, June 26, 2019: Jenny Lewis, Lance Bass and more

Today on q: singer-songwriter Jenny Lewis, q theatre columnist Carly Maga on the Dora Mavor Moore Awards, actor Stephan James, NSYNC's Lance Bass.

NSYNC's Lance Bass opens up about Lou Pearlman, the conman who defrauded '90s boy bands

Lance Bass' new documentary The Boy Band Con details the fraudulent schemes of music producer Lou Pearlman, who paved the way for boy bands like NSYNC and the Backstreet Boys.

'Dying to yourself is really one of the great possibilities': Rupert Everett on starting over in film

Rupert Everett talks about his new film and lifelong relationship with Oscar Wilde.

Tuesday, June 25, 2019: Emily Nussbaum, Richard Reed Parry and more

Today on q: television critic Emily Nussbaum, q books columnist Jael Richardson, Chali-Rosso Art Gallery director Oree Gianacopoulos, musician Richard Reed Parry of Arcade Fire.

Photographer Caitlin Cronenberg on celebrity portraits, Drake and her new exhibit, Strange/Beauty

Cronenberg is an award-winning photographer and director who's been published all over the world. A new exhibit of her work called STRANGE/BEAUTY opens tomorrow in Toronto.

Golden egg stolen from $2.8M Salvador Dali sculpture in downtown Vancouver

Chali-Rosso Art Gallery director Oree Gianacopoulos talks about the missing piece of Salvador Dali's Space Venus sculpture and what impact this art theft could have on the future of public art in Vancouver.

Supinder Wraich on The 410 — a crime drama about what it means to be Indo-Canadian

Supinder Wraich is the writer, co-producer and star of the new CBC Gem series, The 410, named after the highway that connects the city of Brampton, Ont. to the city of Toronto.

Pulitzer-winning critic Emily Nussbaum on the evolution of TV and the shows that changed her life

The New Yorker TV critic Emily Nussbaum has charted the rise of high-end cable drama and written extensively about the period that some now call "peak TV." She explores how TV changed her life in the essay collection I Like To Watch.

Jael Richardson's book pick: Bunny by Mona Awad

Our books columnist, Jael Richardson, fills us in on a new book to check out: Bunny by Mona Awad.

Pulitzer-winning critic Emily Nussbaum on the evolution of TV and the shows that changed her life

In her new collection of essays, I Like To Watch, Nussbaum examines the evolution of TV and how notions of highbrow and lowbrow are changing. She joined q's Tom Power to tell us more.

Arcade Fire's Richard Reed Parry draws from his family's folk music past on new solo album

Richard Reed Parry performs and talks about his new album.

Monday, June 24, 2019: Brent Butt, Jackie Shane and more

Today on q: actor, comedian and writer Brent Butt, q screen panel with John Semley and Tina Hassannia, the late soul singer Jackie Shane.

HBO's controversial new series Euphoria is a Gen Z drama for adults

The q screen panel discusses HBO's controversial new series Euphoria, Danny Boyle's Beatles-themed film Yesterday, and the return of everyone's favourite demonic doll, Chucky.

'I'm living my dream': Brent Butt on 15 years of Corner Gas and keeping his comedy Canadian

Brent Butt joins Tom Power to talk about Corner Gas Animated, which returns for its second season on Canada Day.

Brent Butt returns to Dog River in Corner Gas Animated

Butt joins Tom Power in the q studio to talk about the legacy of the show and why he's bringing it back in a new animated format.

At 75, Beverly Glenn-Copeland's music is finally finding an audience, but he's not letting it go to his head

For 25 years, Glenn-Copeland was a series regular on Mr. Dressup, but in his spare time, he was making his own music in relative obscurity. That all changed when a Japanese record collector discovered one of his cassettes and kick-started his career.

The late Jackie Shane in her own words: A rare interview with the pioneering musician

Soul singer Jackie Shane built a loyal audience on Toronto's Yonge Street strip in the '60s. She passed away Feb. 21 at the age of 78. In one of her final interviews, she agreed to speak with CBC's Elaine Banks.

Friday, June 21, 2019: Beatrice Deer, Laakkuluk Williamson Bathory and more

Today on q: Polaris Prize panel with q This' Lisa Christiansen and Stuart Berman, performance artist, mask dancer and director Laakkuluk Williamson Bathory, Snotty Nose Rez Kids' q block party for Kitamaat Village, B.C., singer-songwriter Beatrice Deer.

Beatrice Deer brings her unique blend of throat singing and indie-rock to the q studio

Beatrice Deer is a half-Inuk and half-Mohawk musician who took home the award for best folk album at the Indigenous Music Awards this year.

From Van Morrison to Soulja Boy: listen to Snotty Nose Rez Kids' q block party for Kitamaat Village

In this edition of the q block party, hip-hop duo Snotty Nose Rez Kids share a playlist of songs that take them back to the place where they grew up, Kitamaat Village, B.C.

Polaris Prize long list offers snapshot of Canada's diverse music scene in 2019

The q This music panel discusses the Polaris Prize long list, which is stacked with recent q guests.

q live in Iqaluit | Day one: Laakkuluk Williamson Bathory, Peter Autut and more

This week on q, we're featuring some of the best music and art from Iqaluit. Today, hear from the Inuksuk Drum Dancers, performance artist Laakkuluk Williamson Bathory, Juno-nominated band The Jerry Cans and comedian Peter Autut.