Emmy Award-winning actor Ty Burrell opens up about the season finale of Modern Family and how it feels saying goodbye to his character, the endearingly clueless Phil Dunphy. Our q screen columnist Kathleen Newman-Bremang gives us some must-watch additions to the biggest shows available on streaming right now. Toronto singer-songwriter Allan Rayman performs a few songs off his new album, Christian, and talks about how he got his start in music. Newfoundland writer Lisa Moore reads a passage about one of her favourite places, Broad Cove, N.L.
Actor Patrick Stewart talks about reprising his iconic role as Jean-Luc Picard in the franchise’s latest series, Star Trek: Picard, and shares how he thinks the retired admiral would deal with our current world crisis. Tony Award-winning Broadway actor Chad Kimball opens up about testing positive for COVID-19, and tells us why he thinks the themes and songs of Come From Away are resonating around the world right now. Death Cab For Cutie frontman Ben Gibbard talks about writing new music in an effort to fundraise, fight loneliness and bring people together during the pandemic. The Ringer's Alyssa Bereznak unpacks how social distancing is affecting online influencers, and shares her tips on how to keep busy during self-isolation.
CBC Arts host Sean O'Neill breaks down how Canadian artists and arts institutions will be impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as what you can do to immerse yourself in art and help support the arts from your home. Canadian actress Ellen Page talks about her latest project There’s Something in the Water, a searing documentary about environmental racism in her home province of Nova Scotia. Singer-songwriter Meghan Trainor opens up about overcoming anxiety and self-doubt to create her latest album, Treat Yourself.
Canadian drag queen and RuPaul's Drag Race star Brooke Lynn Hytes discusses her initiative to help raise money for drag queens in Canada who are out of work due to COVID-19. CBC Arts host Sean O'Neill breaks down how Canadian artists and arts institutions will be impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as what you can do to immerse yourself in art and help support the arts from your home. Death Cab For Cutie frontman Ben Gibbard talks about writing new music about the pandemic in an effort to fundraise, fight loneliness and bring people together.
When Prime Minister Justin Trudeau put out a challenge called #PlanktheCurve to Canadians on Twitter, he asked superstar musician Michael Bublé to help him spread the word. Tom Power speaks with Michael Bublé about his message for Canadians.
Platinum-selling A Thousand Miles singer Vanessa Carlton was about to release her first new album in five years, and head out on tour, when the COVID-19 pandemic hit. She joins Tom Power to talk about how COVID-19 has changed the way she releases music.