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Q is an energetic daily arts, culture and entertainment magazine that takes you on a smart and surprising ride, interviewing personalities and tackling the cultural issues that matter.

Q is an energetic daily arts, culture and entertainment magazine that takes you on a smart and surprising ride, interviewing personalities and tackling the cultural issues that matter.
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Toronto, ON

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CBC

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Q is an energetic daily arts, culture and entertainment magazine that takes you on a smart and surprising ride, interviewing personalities and tackling the cultural issues that matter.

Twitter:

@CBCRadioQ

Language:

English

Contact:

416-205-3700

Email:

q@cbc.ca


Episodes

Full episode: Steve Cropper, Raina Douris and Odario Williams, Catherine Gund, Bambadjan Bamba 12/08/17

12/8/2017
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Guitarist Steve Cropper remembers Otis Redding. Raina Douris and Odario Williams discuss their favourite songs of 2017. Catherine Gund gives you an introduction to Chavela Vargas. Actor Bambadjan Bamba sheds light on a broken immigration system.

Duration: 01:02:00


Dec. 7: Daniel Warth's latest film explores finding a creative outlet within mundane corporate life

12/7/2017
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Writer and director Daniel Warth's latest film Dim The Fluorescents is about trying to make it as an artist, in the unlikeliest of settings.

Duration: 00:14:17


Dec. 7: A gateway to figure skating in film

12/7/2017
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Former professional figure skater Benjamin Oberman brings you an introduction to some of the best movies about the art, athleticism and drama of figure skating.

Duration: 00:11:36


Dec 7: The biggest fashion moments of 2017

12/7/2017
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Fashion contributor Mosha Lundström Halbert covers three topics: the beginning of a new era in the fashion world, the politics of fashion, and the growing trend of conscious consumption.

Duration: 00:13:25


Dec. 7: Author Roddy Doyle tackles sexual abuse in Catholic schools in his new book Smile

12/7/2017
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Roddy Doyle's latest novel Smile looks at child sexual abuse in Catholic schools, set in Ireland. While the book is a work of fiction, the story was inspired by an incident from the author's own past.

Duration: 00:18:16


Full episode: Roddy Doyle, Mosha Lundström Halbert, Ben Oberman, Daniel Warth and Naomi Skwarna 12/07/2017

12/7/2017
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Roddy Doyle talks about his new book Smile. Mosha Lundström Halbert covers the biggest fashion moments of 2017. Benjamin Oberman dives into the best figure skating films. Daniel Warth and Naomi Skwarna discuss their film Dim The Fluorescents.

Duration: 00:58:10


Dec. 6: Daniel Caesar on his 'trippy' rise up the Canadian R&B ranks

12/6/2017
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The Oshawa native discusses his rising fame and how his move to Toronto, away from his parents, has changed his life.

Duration: 00:19:08


Dec. 6: Why Marvel editor C.B. Cebulski's pen name is raising questions in the comic book world

12/6/2017
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Comic book editor Jeff Yang breaks down a bizarre and complex case of secret identity at Marvel. He explains why the use of pen names in comics is raising questions about cultural appropriation.

Duration: 00:16:48


Dec 6: Katherena Vermette's new book explores Indigenous identity through sci-fi

12/6/2017
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Author Katherena Vermette's work explores themes of Indigenous youth and identity. But her new work, Pemmican Wars, frames these themes using an entirely different medium — a sci-fi graphic novel.

Duration: 00:17:13


Full episode: Katherena Vermette, Jeff Yang, Daniel Caesar 12/06/17

12/6/2017
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Katherena Vermette discusses her new book Pemmican Wars. Jeff Yang breaks down a controversy rocking the comic book world. Daniel Caesar talks about his rising fame.

Duration: 00:54:59


Dec. 5: How TV music supervisor Alexandra Patsavas makes unknown artists mainstream on TV shows

12/5/2017
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Music supervisor Alexandra Patsavas opens up about her successful career in TV, breaking small indie acts on shows like The O.C., Grey's Anatomy and Riverdale.

Duration: 00:14:59


Dec. 5: Barenaked Ladies share a wild road story that involves a small car and a moose

12/5/2017
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Barenaked Ladies reveal one of their most memorable stories on the road.

Duration: 00:06:50


Dec. 5: Why I, Tonya is a must-see film this month

12/5/2017
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Pop culture contributor Anne T. Donahue previews Margot Robbie's upcoming film, I, Tonya.

Duration: 00:07:07


Dec. 5: Comedian John Hodgman to fellow white men: 'We're not the hero of the story'

12/5/2017
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Comedian John Hodgman is best known for slinging fake facts before it became presidential. But now, he's looking to reveal some truth in his brand of 'white privilege mortality comedy' in his new book, Vacationland.

Duration: 00:19:54


Full episode: John Hodgman, Barenaked Ladies, Alexandra Patsavas 12/05/17

12/5/2017
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John Hodgman discusses his new book Vacationland. Barenaked Ladies reveal one of their most memorable stories on the road. TV music supervisor, Alexandra Patsavas on breaking small indie acts on shows.

Duration: 00:58:32


Dec 4: How Sarah Slean's musical and philosophical evolution led her to Metaphysics

12/4/2017
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Musician Sarah Slean performs and discusses songs from her new album, Metaphysics.

Duration: 00:19:31


Dec 4: What to expect from the second season of The Crown

12/4/2017
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q contributors Amanda Joy and John Semley look ahead to some big releases in December including the return of Netflix's The Crown, Stars Wars: The Last Jedi, and The Post, as well as James Franco's latest, The Disaster Artist.

Duration: 00:13:40


Dec. 4: Walter Isaacson takes on another famous figure in his new biography, Leonardo Da Vinci

12/4/2017
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Author Walter Isaacson's new biography takes a look at the art and science behind one of the world's most famous figures, Leonardo Da Vinci.

Duration: 00:18:53


Full episode: Walter Isaacson, Sarah Slean 12/04/17

12/4/2017
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Author Walter Isaacson's new biography takes a look at the art and science behind Leonardo Da Vinci. Musician Sarah Slean performs and discusses songs from her new album, Metaphysics.

Duration: 00:54:07


Dec. 1: Are U2 and Neil Young still capable of putting out great albums?

12/1/2017
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q This guests Angeline Tetteh Wayoe and Stuart Berman discuss new albums from U2 and Neil Young.

Duration: 00:10:57

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