Panellists: Tim Wilson, federal Liberal member for Goldstein; Mark Dreyfus, shadow attorney-general; Marcia Langton, professor of Indigenous studies; Paul Kelly, editor-at-large, The Australian; Rachael Jacobs, people's panellist.
After Australians deliver their verdict, Labor frontbencher Jim Chalmers, former Liberal MP Christopher Pyne, broadcaster Alan Jones, political reporter Alice Workman and business leader Ming Long join Tony Jones for a post-election special.
With less than a week before Australia decides who will govern for the next three years, the public question Liberal campaign spokesman Simon Birmingham, deputy Labor leader Tanya Plibersek, and Greens leader Richard Di Natale.
Opposition Leader Bill Shorten is grilled on taxes, funding promises, young people, the impact of negative gearing, Newstart allowance (the dole), franking credits, aged care, climate action, Adani, the Medicare gap, the gig economy and leadership failures.
Panellists include Mitch Fifield, minister for communications; Chris Bowen, shadow treasurer; Lenore Taylor, editor, The Guardian Australia; Bhakthi Puvanenthiran, managing editor of Crikey; and Greg Sheridan, foreign affairs editor, The Australian.
Guest host Virginia Trioli is in Queensland with LNP Senator James McGrath, Labor MP Terri Butler, Greens Senator Larissa Waters and One Nation candidate Malcolm Roberts to discuss the issues ahead of the May 18 election.
Treasurer Josh Frydenberg joins Tony Jones for an election budget special in Melbourne, as the audience ask about the government's economic plan and the big issues likely to dominate the election campaign.
Tony Jones is joined by Arthur Sinodinos, NSW Liberal senator; Amanda Rishworth, shadow minister for early childhood education, veterans affairs and defence personnel; Rebecca Huntley, writer and social analyst; John Roskam, executive director, Institute of Public Affairs; and Lakshmi Logathassan, people's panellist.
Tony Jones is joined by feminist writer Roxane Gay, shadow environment minister Tony Burke, Greens Senator Mehreen Faruqi, Liberal vice-president Teena McQueen and Centre for Independent Studies research director Simon Cowan.
A special episode in Townsville. Tony Jones joins minister for emergency management Linda Reynolds, Labor MP for Herbert Cathy O'Toole, Professor Stephen Williams, grazier Jane McMillan and rural property valuer Roger Hill.
Annabel Crabb presents a women in leadership special with industry minister Karen Andrews, Australia's first Indigenous female MP Linda Burney, Greens Senator Sarah Hanson-Young, Sabina Shugg and AFLW boss Nicole Livingstone.
Tony Jones is joined by NSW Liberal Senator Jim Molan, NSW Labor Senator Kristina Keneally, Catholic lay leader Francis Sullivan, institutional abuse lawyer Dr Viv Waller and rabbi and relationship counsellor Shmuley Boteach.
Panellists: Dr Jordan Peterson, psychologist and author; Alex Hawke, special minister of state; Terri Butler, shadow minister for employment services; Catherine McGregor, freelance writer, broadcaster and author; and Van Badham, writer and commentator.
On the panel to discuss drug policy: chief superintendent Stuart Smith; author Kerryn Redpath; pioneer of pill testing in Australia, Dr David Caldicott; medical director Marianne Jauncey; former AFP commissioner Mick Palmer.
Panellists include Sarah Henderson, assistant minister for social affairs; Mark Dreyfus, shadow attorney-general; Stephen Mayne, shareholder activist; Megan Purcell, businesswoman; and Zoya Patel, people's panellist.
Tony Jones returns with a powerful line-up of independent voices. Panellists: Julia Banks, independent member for Chisholm; Andrew Wilkie, independent member for Denison; Adam Bandt, Greens member for Melbourne; Kerryn Phelps, independent member for Wentworth; and Rebekha Sharkie, Centre Alliance member for Mayo.
On the final Q and A for 2018, Tony Jones is joined by Senate president Scott Ryan, deputy opposition leader Tanya Plibersek, lawyer and community advocate Nyadol Nyuon and editor of UK magazine Spiked Brendan O'Neill.
Joining Hamish Macdonald in Melbourne: singer-songwriter and activist Billy Bragg, assistant minister for home affairs Linda Reynolds, Tasmanian Labor senator Lisa Singh and former Liberal senator Amanda Vanstone. Panellists: Billy Bragg, Singer-songwriter and activist; Linda Reynolds, Assistant Minister for Home Affairs; Lisa Singh, Tasmanian Labor Senator; Amanda Vanstone, Former Liberal Senator; and People's Panellist, Martin Matthews.
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