Master of None co-creator Alan Yang on how he kept diversity a priority, a gateway to '70s punk by music journalist Jonh Ingham and musician Serena Ryder performs and talks her new album, Utopia.
Author Tracy Chevalier recasts Shakespeare's Othello in her new book. Organized Noize gives us a musical tour of Atlanta. No Doubt members discuss their new project, Dreamcar. Little-known facts about Star Wars. Scott Helman on his songwriting process.
Ryan Adams discusses his latest album, Prisoner. Broken Social Scene's Kevin Drew on the band's decision to perform in Manchester after the bombing. Director John Glen on his time with Roger Moore. Master of None's Lena Waithe on her coming out episode.
Artists Kid Koala and Tarik Barri look back at Radiohead's 1997 album, OK Computer. Andrew McCarthy goes from YA cinema star to an accidental YA writer. Director Jay Chandrasekhar on his cult hit, Super Troopers.
Come From Away's Jenn Colella and the woman she portrays, Beverley Bass, discuss their unlikely friendship. Choreographer Michael Greyeyes turns residential school stories into a dance-opera. Author Angie Thomas on her debut novel, The Hate U Give.
Paula Hawkins discusses her new book, Into the Water. Visual artist Kevork Mourad on his collaborative process with clarinet player Kinan Azmeh. Director Djanet Sears brings Ntokzake Shange's play, for colored girls, to the stage.