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Friday, Sept. 23, 2022: Da'Vine Joy Randolph, Peggy Baker and more
Today on Q with Tom Power: actor Da'Vine Joy Randolph, dancer and choreographer Peggy Baker, entertainment reporter Teri Hart, recording engineer Ron Skinner.
Da'Vine Joy Randolph talks On the Come Up and her journey from opera singer to scene-stealing actor
Randolph sat down with Tom Power to talk about her new film, On the Come Up, and how a Canadian classmate inspired her own come up that saw her move from opera singer to actor.
Ahead of her retirement, Peggy Baker reflects on her 50-year dance career
The Canadian dancer and choreographer spoke with Tom Power about her decision to retire after five decades — and why she wanted to try something completely new with her final production.
All the off-screen drama surrounding Olivia Wilde's Don't Worry Darling, explained
Entertainment reporter Teri Hart joined Tom Power to unpack all the messy behind-the-scenes drama around the film. She also answered the question many moviegoers are wondering: is Don't Worry Darling worth seeing?
The story of the Glenn Gould Steinway piano in studio Q
Gould believed an old piano was better than a new one, and took a particular liking to the one that currently resides in the Q studio.
Thursday, Sept. 22, 2022: Black Thought, Atsuko Okatsuka and more
Today on Q with Tom Power: rapper Black Thought, comedian Atsuko Okatsuka, drag queens Trixie and Katya, pianist James Rhodes.
Black Thought on his new album Cheat Codes and how rap excellence is valued in pop music
Black Thought joined Tom Power for a wide-ranging chat about his new collaboration with Danger Mouse, his gig on The Tonight Show with The Roots and what it means to be considered one of the greatest rappers of our time.
Atsuko Okatsuka on TikTok fame, her 'chaotic upbringing' and preparing for her first HBO special
Okatsuka joined Tom Power live in studio to talk about her comedy journey, how she and her grandmother started a viral TikTok trend and how she feels about reaching a huge comedy milestone.
'We live a road comedy': Trixie and Katya on headlining Just for Laughs, their comedic influences and more
The hilarious and beloved drag queens joined Tom Power to talk about their comedy, friendship and what they think binds them together.
James Rhodes geeks out over his childhood hero Glenn Gould's piano
Rhodes is an avid fan of the Canadian pianist, whose practice piano resides in the Q studio. In 2017, he stopped by to see Gould's piano in person and share what Gould's music means to him.
Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2022: Kenny Loggins, Jason Loftus and more
Today on Q with Tom Power: singer-songwriter and guitarist Kenny Loggins, filmmaker Jason Loftus, music producer Bob Ezrin.
Kenny Loggins looks back on his career, from movie soundtracks to yacht rock to his biggest collaborations
The musician spoke with Tom Power about his new memoir, Still Alright, which shares the highs and lows of his five-decade career.
Eternal Spring director Jason Loftus on the challenges of making a documentary that's critical of China
The filmmaker joined Tom Power to discuss his new animated documentary about a group of Chinese activists who risked their lives to hack China's state TV for a few hours one night in 2002.
Bob Ezrin is looking for someone with Glenn Gould's 'artistic excellence, innovation and humanitarianism'
The Canadian music producer spoke with Tom Power about his work as the chair of the jury for this year's Glenn Gould Prize, which is awarded to someone who's enriched the human condition through the arts over their lifetime.
Tuesday, Sept. 20, 2022: Anthony Michael Hall, André Dae Kim and more
Today on Q with Tom Power: actor Anthony Michael Hall, actor André Dae Kim, artist Audie Murray.
Anthony Michael Hall on Brat Pack fame and how The Class updates The Breakfast Club for a new generation
The actor spoke with Tom Power about revisiting John Hughes's '80s classic in his new movie, The Class, which sees him play the authoritarian principal instead of the nerd.
André Dae Kim on his path from Degrassi to Vampire Academy — and the pressure of joining legacy shows
The Toronto actor joined Tom Power to tell us how his breakout role on Degrassi prepared him to star in another young adult institution, Vampire Academy.
Meet Audie Murray, Regina's first Indigenous artist-in-residence
The Métis visual artist spoke with Tom Power about her new role, plus her work in Radical Stitch, North America's largest Indigenous modern beadwork exhibit at Regina's MacKenzie Art Gallery.
Monday, Sept. 19, 2022: Peter Doig, Sophie Nélisse
Today on Q with Tom Power: artist Peter Doig, actor Sophie Nélisse.
Peter Doig on Q: A visual companion guide
Figurative painter Peter Doig is among the world’s top-selling living artists. He spoke with Q's Tom Power about his work, his upbringing in Canada and the underbelly of the art market.
Friday, Sept. 16, 2022: Emily Hampshire, Brett Morgen and more
Today on Q with Tom Power: actor Emily Hampshire, Moonage Daydream director Brett Morgen, TIFF panel with Karl Delossantos and Rad Simonpillai.
Emily Hampshire on her new film The End of Sex and how Schitt's Creek helped her identify as pansexual
The Canadian actor spoke with Tom Power about her latest film and her career journey from working as a child actor to starring on Schitt's Creek.
Moonage Daydream director Brett Morgen on tapping into David Bowie's creative spirit
The director joined Tom Power to discuss his new Bowie documentary and how he followed the artist's example on living a more balanced life after experiencing a heart attack while making the film.
TIFF wrap-up: Standout films and highlights from the 2022 festival
The Toronto International Film Festival wraps up this week so we asked a couple of film critics, Karl Delossantos and Rad Simonpillai, to share their takes on this year’s slate of films.
Thursday, Sept. 15, 2022: Kate Beaton, Chandler Levack and more
Today on Q with Tom Power: comics artist Kate Beaton, filmmaker Chandler Levack, fashion contributor Mosha Lundström Halbert.