Panellists include Scott Morrison - Shadow Minister for Immigration and Citizenship, Bob Carr - Former NSW Premier, Heather Ridout - prominent business woman, Simon Sheikh - National Director of online group GetUp and Shimrit Nothman - Israeli Australian communications consultant.
Panellists include: Jeff Bleich - US Ambassador to Australia, Joe Hockey - Shadow Treasurer, Tanya Plibersek - Minister for Housing and Status of Women, Greg Sheridan - The Australian newspaper's foreign editor and Lucy Turnbull - Former Lord Mayor of Sydney.
Tony Abbott joins host Tony Jones, his first appearance on the show since becoming Leader of the Opposition.
Panellists include Nick McKim - Leader of the Tasmanian Greens, Graham Richardson - legendary Labor identity, Sue Cato - commentator, Craig Emerson - Minister for Small Business and Kelly O'Dwyer - Member for Higgins.
Panellists include, Valerie Amos, British High Commissioner to Australia, John Doyle, radio presenter and comedian, Nicola Roxon, Minister For Health and Ageing, Greg Hunt, Shadow Minister for Climate Change and Tim Wilson, Institute of Public Affairs.
Panellists include Miranda Devine, conservative columnist, Waleed Aly, politics lecturer, Catherine Deveny, comedian and writer, Bill Shorten, Parliamentary Secretary for Disabilities and Children’s Services and Peter Dutton, Shadow Minister for Health.
Evolutionary biologist and outspoken atheist Professor Richard Dawkins joins host Tony Jones on the Q and A panel. Other panellists include Patrick McGorry, Australian of the Year, Sister Veronica Brady, Catholic nun, Tony Burke, Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry and Julie Bishop, Deputy Leader of the Opposition.
Join host Tony Jones live (AEDT) from the Adelaide Arts Festival.
Panellists include Malcolm Turnbull, former Liberal leader, Tanya Pilbersek, Minister for Housing and Status of Women, Mungo MacCallum, political commentator, John Roskam, Institute of Public Affairs and Jane Caro, social commentator.
The Q&A panel includes: Lindsay Tanner, Finance Minister; Barnaby Joyce, shandow finance minister; Satyajit Das, former banker; Melinda Tankard Reist, social commentator; Rebecca Huntley, author.
Q&A kicks into 2010 with Prime Minister Kevin Rudd joining host Tony Jones and over 200 young Australians for a live (AEDT) broadcast from Old Parliament House (the new Museum of Australian Democracy).
Panellists include Graham Richardson, legendary Labor identity, Joe Hockey, Shadow Treasurer, Maxine McKew, Member for Bennelong, David Marr, journalist and commentator and Kerry Chikarovski, former State Liberal leader.
Panellists: Lobbyist and former Labor minister Graham Richardson; shadow treasurer Joe Hockey; Maxine McKew, parliamentary secretary for infrastructure; journalist David Marr; and Kerry Chikarovski, former NSW Liberal leader.
Panellists will be Bill Shorten, Labor's Parliamentary Secretary for Disabilities and Childrens' Services, Tony Abbott, Shadow Minister for Families and Community Services, Jonathan Biggins, Satirist, Catherine Deveny, comedian and columnist, The Age and Bettina Arndt, commentator and author, The Sex Diaries.
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