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Thursday, January 31, 2019: Alan Alda, Rennie Harris and more

Today on q: actor Alan Alda, dancer and choreographer Rennie Harris, Sonny Rollins and Robert Benton on Art Kane's iconic 1958 jazz photo A Great Day in Harlem, Canada Reads 2019 contenders.
Actor Alan Alda, award-winning dancer and choreographer Rennie Harris, Art Kane's iconic 1958 jazz photo A Great Day in Harlem, Canada Reads 2019 contenders. (Melody Lau/CBC, Joel Martinez, Art Kane, Peter Power/CBC)
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Today on q, with Tom Power:

  • Alan Alda delves into his fascination with science and communication in his book, If I Understood You, Would I Have This Look on my Face?
  • Choreographer Rennie Harris pays homage to Alvin Ailey with a new ballet called Lazarus.
  • Sonny Rollins and Robert Benton celebrate the 60th anniversary of Art Kane's iconic jazz photo A Great Day in Harlem.
  • All five Canada Reads 2019 panellists get together in the q studio to introduce the books they are championing.

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