Panellists: NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian; Kristina Keneally, Senator for NSW; William Gillett, Loxton, SA; Aurora Matchett, Miranda, NSW; Willoughby Duff, Booragoon, WA; and Varsha Yajman, Asquith, NSW.
A special look at the case for constitutional recognition and an Indigenous voice to Parliament with Senator Patrick Dodson, Noel Pearson, Jacinta Price and Patricia Turner.
Tony Jones joins philosopher and author AC Grayling; minister for population and cities Alan Tudge; shadow minister for the environment and water, Terri Butler; historian/broadcaster Clare Wright; and people's panellist Li Shee Su.
Joining Tony Jones to face questions from the public are independent MP for Warringah, Zali Steggall; Liberal MP for Mackellar, Jason Falinski; ACT Labor senator Katy Gallagher and more.
Fran Kelly joins Tasmanian Liberal senator Eric Abetz; Victorian Labor senator Kimberley Kitching; social justice advocate Tim Costello; communications consultant Parnell Palme McGuinness; and cook/writer/presenter Adam Liaw.
Panellists: Alastair Campbell, writer, mental health advocate and political strategist; Geoff Gallop, former WA premier; Kate Mills, CEO of Property Industry Foundation and former journalist; Nick Cater, executive director, Menzies Research Centre; and Anne Tiernan, political scientist and policy analyst.
Joining Tony Jones in Melbourne: shadow minister for families Linda Burney, Centre Alliance MP Rebekha Sharkie, former Liberal senator Jim Molan, comedian Sami Shah, and marketing and political strategist Toby Ralph.
Joining Tony Jones to face questions from the audience: president of the Senate, Scott Ryan; opposition leader in the Senate, Penny Wong; human rights lawyer Diana Sayed; and Tom Switzer from the Centre of Independent Studies.
Panellists include James Paterson, Liberal senator for Victoria; Clare O'Neil, shadow minister for Innovation, technology and the future of work; Jamila Rizvi, writer, speaker and broadcaster; Grace Kelly, industrial relations commentator; and Greg Day, people's panellist.
Panellists include Dan Tehan, minister for education; Catherine King, shadow minister for infrastructure, transport and regional development; Rex Patrick, South Australian Centre Alliance senator; Sally Rugg, executive director of Change.org; and Ash Belsar, people's panellist.
Panellists include Brian Cox, particle physicist and TV presenter; Emma Johnston, marine ecologist and TV host; David Karoly, leader of the earth systems and climate change hub, CSIRO; Kirsten Banks, astrophysicist and science communicator; and Martin Van Kranendonk, astrobiologist and geologist.
Panellists include Adam Briggs, rapper, writer, and actor; Faustina Agolley, actor and writer; Mike Cannon-Brookes, co-founder and co-CEO Atlassian; Dr Larry Marshall, chief executive, CSIRO; and Jocelyn Brewer, cyberpsychologist.
Joining Tony Jones on the panel from Melbourne are: rock icon and author Jimmy Barnes; author Sisonke Msimang; SA Liberal MP Nicolle Flint; regional Labor MP Joel Fitzgibbon; and energy policy specialist Matthew Warren.
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.
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