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One of the biggest driving forces in people filing for bankruptcy is the dissolution of a marriage. Whether they need a bankruptcy to resolve financial issues in the course of a divorce, or need to clean up a financial mess created by a marriage that didn’t work out, people end up talking to a bankruptcy lawyer. This podcast works to answer those questions that arise when the bankruptcy is necessitated by a divorce, either by one spouse or jointly by both of them. Since questions also arise ...
 
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The Big Bang Theory's Mayim Bialik talks about her latest sitcom Call Me Kat, her new mental health podcast Mayim Bialik's Breakdown and more. Music journalist Dalton Higgins remembers the life and legacy of rapper DMX, who died on Friday at the age of 50. On this week's screen panel, Kelly Boutsalis and Justin Wu reflect on the end of Kim's Conven…
 
In many states, including New Jersey, the car insurance bill can amount to quite a bit every year. It can be a struggle to pay, and many Americans either get the bare minimum coverage or don’t get it at all, hoping that they never need it. But having good car insurance is not only key to your financial freedom, in New Jersey and other states it is …
 
Canadian record producer Doc McKinney looks back on The Weeknd's early rise and tells us how his debut mixtape, House of Balloons, helped change the sound of pop music. On this week's Q This music panel, A. Harmony and Vivek Shraya talk about the public reaction to rapper DMX's reported drug overdose (programming note: this segment was recorded sho…
 
Singer Merry Clayton talks about her first solo album in more than 25 years, Beautiful Scars, which she made in the aftermath of a life-altering car accident. Actress Kim Novak discusses her new book of paintings, Kim Novak: Her Art and Life, and shares how her art helped her cope with the pressures of Hollywood's studio system. Interdisciplinary a…
 
Kings of Leon frontman Caleb Followill talks about songwriting from the vantage point of fictional characters, the band's evolution and why he wanted to release their new album as an NFT. In celebration of National Poetry Month, our books columnist Jael Richardson fills us in on Jen Sookfong Lee's debut poetry collection, The Shadow List. Canadian …
 
Canadian icon William Shatner opens up about aging, loneliness and what keeps him going at 90. Maria Bakalova reflects on her life-changing role in Borat Subsequent Moviefilm, which made her the first Bulgarian actress to be nominated for a Golden Globe and an Academy Award. Soul co-director and screenwriter Kemp Powers discusses the animated film'…
 
Episode Notes My guests include two guys anyone familiar with WYXR know. Robby Grant and Jared 'Jay B' Boyd join me for a 6 month progress report since the launch and what lies ahead. Dr. Manoj Jain, infectious disease doctor for Baptist pays a return visit. He will tell us about the Covid variant strains in our city, their impact and why its impor…
 
Multidisciplinary artist Vivek Shraya discusses her new solo stage show, How To Fail As A Pop Star, about the true story of her life in music. R.E.M.'s Michael Stipe and Mike Mills look back on their landmark album, Out of Time, which celebrates its 30th anniversary this year. Pokémon theme song singer Jason Paige talks about the unexpected success…
 
Actor Michael J. Fox opens up about the long-term effects of Parkinson's disease and how he found his way back to optimism after experiencing a particularly brutal year. Children of Blood and Bone author Tomi Adeyemi talks about the importance of writing fantasy stories with Black protagonists. Screen legend Julie Andrews shares a few of her favour…
 
Musician Stuart Braithwaite of Mogwai reflects on the band's very first No. 1 album, As the Love Continues, the power of instrumental music and 25 years of Mogwai. Ojibway artist Patrick Hunter talks about creating the digital artwork on display in the NHL's Chicago Blackhawks home arena as part of the teams' new Land Acknowledgement. Canadian film…
 
With the release of Creation Never Sleeps, Creation Never Dies: The Willie Dunn Anthology, producers Lawrence Dunn and Kevin Howes explain why folk singer Willie Dunn deserves a place among Canada's most legendary musicians. Writer Hiromi Goto talks about her new graphic novel, Shadow Life, which follows an independent senior who breaks free from h…
 
Actress Melanie Scrofano tells us how fans rescued Season 4 of Wynonna Earp after a long hiatus and financial troubles put the cult-hit Canadian show in jeopardy. Musician Tim Burgess of The Charlatans talks about bringing joy to audiences around the world with Tim's Twitter Listening Parties. Publicist and music journalist Dalton Higgins discusses…
 
Actor, comedian and trans activist Eddie Izzard tells us about his new film Six Minutes to Midnight — a spy thriller based on the real story of a 1930s British finishing school for the daughters of high-ranking Nazis. On this week's screen panel, Teri Hart and Kathleen Newman-Bremang discuss the popular Netflix documentary The Last Blockbuster, and…
 
When it comes to retirement, the focus always seems to be on the saving and investing part of it. Will you have enough money to retire? Although this is a very important part of the process, and should not be taken lightly, it is not the only thing you should be thinking about when it comes to that topic. Many people retire and are comfortable fina…
 
Grammy-winning country music superstar Carrie Underwood talks about her new gospel album, My Savior, and shares how faith has kept her grounded during the pandemic. On this week's Q This music panel, A. Harmony and Vivek Shraya discuss the rising popularity of NFTs (non-fungible tokens) and what it could mean for musicians. Singer-songwriter Rebecc…
 
System of a Down's Serj Tankian talks about using his voice for activism with a new documentary, Truth To Power, about his decades-long fight for the international recognition of the Armenian genocide. Bestselling author Imbolo Mbue reads from her latest novel, How Beautiful We Were, and reflects on why the story took her almost two decades to writ…
 
Musician, composer and activist Jon Batiste — who's also known as the bandleader for The Late Show With Stephen Colbert and for scoring the award-winning soundtrack for Disney Pixar's Soul — discusses his powerful new album, We Are. Tech and culture journalist Alyssa Bereznak of The Ringer demystifies the world of NFTs (non-fungible tokens), explai…
 
Grammy-winning musician Harry Connick Jr. discusses his vulnerable new gospel album, Alone With My Faith, which he made entirely by himself during a year of reflection. Magician Penn Jillette of Penn and Teller talks about his four-decade career and his recent work with Jamie Allan's Illusionarium — a new experiential magic exhibit scheduled to ope…
 
Episode Notes Dr. Adriane Johnson-Williams joins me to talk about a very important conversation she is hosting next week as we continue to celebrate Women’s History Month. Re-entry into society is difficult in a post incarceration world but especially so for women of color. She will 'Amplify the Voices' to provide advice and hope. Finally, a topic …
 
Beatles drummer Ringo Starr discusses his new EP, his love of Zoom and the important role friendship has played in his long career. On this week's screen panel, John Semley and Teri Hart talk about David Fincher's Mank, which leads this year's Oscar nominations with 10 nods, including best picture. Gilmore Girls star Lauren Graham reflects on the j…
 
One year ago today, Q went off the air so CBC could dedicate its coverage to COVID-19. As soon as we were back, we told you stories about how artists were coping, adapting and even thriving during the pandemic. The past year has been tough, but on this special anniversary show, we're celebrating the artists who helped us get through it all.…
 
In a career-spanning interview, Canadian record producer Daniel Lanois discusses his latest album, Heavy Sun, and reflects on his influential collaborations with the likes of Brian Eno, U2, Bob Dylan and Neil Young. Film producer Deborah Snyder talks about leaving Justice League after experiencing a family tragedy, and explains how fans helped her …
 
Canadian actress and comedian Lauren Ash, who plays the hilarious scene-stealing assistant store manager Dina on NBC's Superstore, talks about finding her calling in improvisational comedy. Our books columnist Jael Richardson fills us in on A Family Affair by Montreal author Nadine Bismuth (translated by Russell Smith), which won Radio-Canada's Com…
 
Director Chloé Zhao talks about her critically acclaimed film Nomadland, in which Frances McDormand plays a woman travelling around the American West as a van-dwelling modern-day nomad. Theatre director Weyni Mengesha discusses the play Duchess! Duchess! Duchess!, about a fictional Duchess and Soon-to-be Duchess who meet for the first time to go ov…
 
My guests include Chef D. Arthur aka Desmond Robinson. A busy man who besides recently appearing on the Food Network show 'Chopped' owns a full service catering company and is a private chef. He explains how he keeps things in balance. Shelby County Assessor of Property Melvin Burgess drops in to talk about the reappraisal process and what it means…
 
On this week's Q This music panel, music journalists A. Harmony and Maura Johnston recap who won big, who got snubbed and who stole the show at last night's Grammy Awards. Musicians Craig Northey and Rob Baker of Strippers Union discuss the band's new double album, The Undertaking, and how their musical friendship gets them through difficult times.…
 
If you work for someone else, your income is what they pay you, unless you get a raise or a promotion that pays more money or get a better job. But if you own your own small business, your household income rises and falls with the profits of that business. So, if you want a raise, you have to do it yourself by increasing profits. One way to do that…
 
Canada Reads champions Devery Jacobs and Joshua Whitehead reflect on winning this year's battle of the books with Whitehead's debut novel Jonny Appleseed. Singer-songwriter Julia Michaels talks about writing for superstars like Selena Gomez, Shawn Mendes and Justin Bieber — and why she's now writing more songs for herself. Polaris Prize-winning mus…
 
Toronto singer-songwriter JP Saxe tells us how his Grammy-nominated song If the World Was Ending changed his life and how his grandfather's legacy as a cellist motivates his own musical ambitions. Journalist Maria Garcia, the creator and host of the Anything for Selena podcast, explores Selena's legacy as an artist born of two cultures — and shares…
 
Late-night host Stephen Colbert and interdisciplinary artist Derek DelGaudio talk about their latest project, In & Of Itself, and why it's received such an intense emotional response from audiences. Kim's Convenience star Andrew Phung shares his thoughts on the sitcom's sudden cancellation and what he's hearing from fans.…
 
Tony and Emmy-winning actor Gabriel Byrne talks about Death of a Ladies' Man — his new film inspired by the work of the late Leonard Cohen — and why confronting death in film and in life has become easier over the years. Canadian actress Linda Kash, who's best known for her role as the Philadelphia Cream Cheese Angel, discusses her new film, Jump, …
 
Episode Notes Karen Vogelsang, ARISE2Read Executive Director joins me to talk about an ongoing effort to encourage our children to read all across Memphis. Dorcas Griffin, Dir. Division of Community Services will tell us how you can apply for the Covid Emergency Rent and utility program. Also the acclaimed director of such projects as Hustle & Flow…
 
Actress Sigourney Weaver discusses her new film, My Salinger Year, and shares how her own career journey mirrored the experiences of the film's protagonist. Writer, scholar and musician Leanne Betasamosake Simpson talks about her new record, Theory of Ice, which finds inspiration in the phenomenon of a frozen lake thawing as the weather gets warmer…
 
Award-winning Canadian poet Jordan Scott discusses his first children's book, I Talk Like A River, about a boy who feels isolated and unable to fit in because of his stutter. Toronto Star theatre critic Karen Fricker talks about Australia's thriving live theatre scene and what it might mean for other countries as COVID-19 cases drop. Calgary musici…
 
Grammy-nominated musical duo Black Violin open up about the stereotypes they've had to defy as two Black men playing stringed instruments. Star Trek actor George Takei talks about using his art to shed light on the injustice of Japanese-American internment during World War II. Singer-songwriter TiKA discusses her debut album, Anywhere But Here, and…
 
Downton Abbey alumnus Dan Stevens talks about reuniting with his former stage co-star Dame Judi Dench in a new film adaptation of Noël Coward's comedy classic Blithe Spirit, the latest chapter in the actor's highly prolific and unpredictable career. Cree poet Louise Bernice Halfe discusses the significance of her new position as Canada's parliament…
 
Acclaimed actress and director Jodie Foster talks about her new film, The Mauritanian, and how it fits into a career full of roles that involve fighting for justice. Hollywood writer and producer Rodney Barnes discusses his graphic novel series Killadelphia — about a vampire who was once a U.S. president — and how the story weaves in the deeper the…
 
Episode Notes On this episode of Real Talk Memphis; It’s an hour worth your time! My guests include Nick Newman, Vice President of Engineering and Operations. He will discuss the great challenges faced by the recent show and ice storm storms, busted pipes and the boiled water advisory while trying to keep all of our heads above water. Trey Moore is…
 
Actress Kelly Marie Tran talks about playing Disney's first princess of Southeast Asian descent in the new animated film Raya and the Last Dragon. Actor and musician Finn Wolfhard, the Canadian star of Stranger Things and It, shares a new song called Sand in My Bed by his band The Aubreys. On this week's screen panel, Kathleen Newman-Bremang and Is…
 
As the pandemic continues to drag on, even though people are starting to receive a vaccine, lots of folks here in New Jersey and the nation are still suffering financially. Congress and the President are currently working on more economic relief, but as of this episode, nothing is definite. As listeners may have a lot of questions about the relief …
 
NOFX frontman Fat Mike takes us through the band's latest album, titled Single Album, and opens up about his sexuality, sobriety and the meaning of punk rock. Universal Music Canada executive Craig Mannix discusses Canada's fraught history with Black music and what still needs to be done to promote our homegrown hip-hop talent. Trainspotting author…
 
Actress Serinda Swan walks us through her approach to playing Dr. Jenny Cooper on the CBC crime drama Coroner, explaining what she did to accurately represent panic attacks on screen. In light of a recent wave of anti-Asian violence, Gran Torino star Bee Vang comes forward more than a decade after the film's release to talk about the damage caused …
 
Ethan Hawke discusses his fourth and latest novel, A Bright Ray of Darkness, about a famous actor who makes all the wrong choices. The stars of CBC's Pretty Hard Cases, Meredith MacNeill and Adrienne C. Moore, fill us in on the new buddy cop series. Actress-turned-filmmaker Emerald Fennell tells us why her new revenge thriller, Promising Young Woma…
 
PlayME is transforming the way we experience theatre by turning contemporary plays into bingeable audio dramas. The Governor General award-winning play, Other Side of the Game by Amanda Parris puts a spotlight on the often overlooked work of Black women who organize communities, support their incarcerated loved ones, and battle institutions. This i…
 
Episode Notes My guests include Richard Greenwald, President/CEO Soulsville Foundation. He will tell us they keep the music playing during a pandemic, Justin Timberlake and a $1 million dollar scholarship donation to help make dreams come true. Jessica Taveau of Epicenter Memphis drops by to tell us how they connect, support, and expand the entrepr…
 
Steven Yeun talks about his starring role in the new drama Minari, about a father who moves his family from California to rural Arkansas to follow his dream of starting a farm. Filmmaker Andrei Konchalovsky explains why Russian audiences have had vastly differing reactions to his historical drama Dear Comrades. Actress Devery Jacobs talks about def…
 
Weezer frontman Rivers Cuomo discusses the band's new orchestral pop album, OK Human, and shares how Spotify algorithms aid and influence his songwriting. Writer and showrunner Russell T Davies — the award-winning creator of the 2005 Doctor Who reboot — talks about his new miniseries It's a Sin, which looks at the lives of a group of young gay men …
 
Workin' Moms creator Catherine Reitman talks about addressing COVID-19 in Season 5, why she decided to fast forward to an imaginary post-pandemic world, and how the cast and crew dealt with the challenges of filming over the last year. On this week's q This music panel, A. Harmony and Cadence Weapon share their experience using the invite-only soci…
 
Actor Stanley Tucci opens up about his new film Supernova, the challenge of playing a person with early-onset dementia, and what it was like working so intimately with his close friend and co-star Colin Firth. CBC Music's Angeline Tetteh-Wayoe tells us about her brand new gig hosting The Block, a two-hour weekday radio show dedicated to music by Bl…
 
Jesse Jones and former MuchMusic VJ Master T discuss their virtual concert series Tribute to the Legends of Reggae: The Bob Marley Edition, explaining why the month-long initiative is as much a celebration of reggae music as it is the legacy of Jones's mother, Canadian reggae promoter Denise Jones. Our books columnist Jael Richardson fills us in on…
 
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