Q (disambiguation)

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Q is the seventeenth letter of the English alphabet. It may also refer to:

Film, TV, radio, and theatre[edit]

  • Q Score, measure of familiarity and appeal of characters or shows
  • Q Theatre, a theatre in London, England
  • Qaushiq Mukherjee, popularly known as Q, an Indian film director
  • Maggie Q (*1979), American actress

Titled works and programs[edit]

  • Q (film), 1982 horror film written and directed by Larry Cohen (Also known as Q - The Winged Serpent)
  • Q (radio show), a CBC Radio One show formerly hosted by Jian Ghomeshi
  • Q (TV series), Spike Milligan's BBC2 comedy series that ran between 1969 and 1983

Networks, stations, and channels[edit]

  • Q Radio, a UK radio station run by Q Magazine
  • Q (TV network), Philippine network previously known as Quality TeleVision (QTV)
  • Q Television Network, an American cable television network
  • Q TV, a UK music channel based on Q magazine
  • ARY Qtv, a Pakistani television channel

Characters[edit]

  • Q (James Bond), a fictional character in the James Bond films and film novelizations
  • Q (Star Trek), a fictional, purportedly omnipotent character and also the name of the character's species.
  • Q, pseudonym of Quentin Elias in his appearances in gay porn site Randy Blue
  • The Q, a fictional character from the TV series The Lost Islands
  • Quinton 'Q' Brooks, a character from the TV series Moesha, played by Fredro Starr

Music[edit]

Sports[edit]

Publishing[edit]

  • Arthur Quiller-Couch, or "Q", the pen-name of the Cornish writer
  • Q (magazine), British music magazine
    • Q Awards, yearly music awards given by Q magazine
  • Q (novel), historical novel by Luther Blissett first published in Italian in 2000
  • Ah Q, the main character in The True Story of Ah Q by Lu Xun

Biology and chemistry[edit]

Physics and astronomy[edit]

Mathematics[edit]

Engineering[edit]

Computing and computer games[edit]

Corporate[edit]

Other uses[edit]

See also[edit]