q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Get ready to meet the artists you're talking about, and the ones you'll soon love. Whatever you're into — be it music, TV, film, visual art, theatre or comedy — q is there. Expect deep insight, and big surprises. Because on q, arts and entertainment get personal.

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Actor Kiefer Sutherland talks about country music, the rodeo, his grandfather Tommy Douglas and more. Rhiannon Giddens of the roots quartet Our Native Daughters tells us how the band's new album is reclaiming the narrative of American folk music. Ruth Reichl discusses the golden age of magazines and her new memoir, Save Me the Plums, which chronicles her 10-year tenure as the editor-in-chief of Gourmet magazine.


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Bill Nighy, Morris Day and more 11/10/2019 [Full episode]


Actor Bill Nighy discusses his relationship with acting, his career-changing role in Love Actually and his new film Sometimes Always Never. The q This music panel dives into Pitchfork's list of the most defining tracks of the 2010s and share their own picks for best Canadian song of the decade. The Time's Morris Day opens up about his complicated and competitive friendship with Prince in his new memoir.


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Morris Day: The musician on his complicated and competitive friendship with Prince


In the 1984 film Purple Rain, Morris Day plays an over-the-top version of himself as Prince's arch-enemy. Off screen, the relationship between Day and Prince was way more complicated. In his new memoir, On Time: A Princely Life in Funk, Day pays tribute to his late friend.


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Bill Nighy: The actor on his complicated relationship with acting and his new film Sometimes Always Never


Actor Bill Nighy joined Tom Power live from London, England to talk about his complicated relationship with acting, his career-changing role in Love Actually and his latest project, Sometimes Always Never.


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Nina Dobrev, Jeff Lemire and more 10/10/2019 [Full episode]


Actor Nina Dobrev talks about her new film, Lucky Day, and the challenges of breaking away from teen stardom. Singer-songwriter Patrick Watson drops by the q studio to perform a few new songs from his forthcoming album, Wave. Award-winning cartoonist Jeff Lemire discusses the inspiration for his new graphic novel, Frogcatchers, and how he feels about his work being adapted for the screen.


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Jeff Lemire: The award-winning cartoonist on his new graphic novel Frogcatchers


Jeff Lemire talks about the inspiration for his new graphic novel and how he feels about his work being adapted for the screen.


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Nina Dobrev: The actor on the challenges of breaking away from teen stardom


Nina Dobrev is known for playing sweet characters in teen dramas, but now she's entering a new era of her career with the role of Chloe in a new film called Lucky Day.


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Patrick Watson: The Montreal singer-songwriter performs live in the studio


Patrick Watson drops by the q studio to perform a few new songs from his forthcoming album, Wave.


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Ang Lee, Stacey Tenenbaum and more 09/10/2019 [Full episode]


Director Ang Lee discusses his groundbreaking new action thriller Gemini Man — a film 20 years in the making. Our online columnist Elamin Abdelmahmoud takes a look at how social media went from making us more social to more anti-social. Filmmaker Alexandre Philippe breaks down the iconic chestburster scene from Alien on the film's 40th anniversary. Director Stacey Tenenbaum shows us what it takes to become a world class pipe organist in her new documentary, Pipe Dreams.


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Ang Lee: The Academy Award-winning director on his groundbreaking new film Gemini Man


Ang Lee shares why he's using technology in his new film as a tool to tell deeply human, emotional stories.


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