Q and A will feature Prime Minister Julia Gillard to answer questions from the audience.
Ten years after Tampa, Tony Jones hosts a special debate on Australia's handling of asylum seekers. Panellists will include: Chris Bowen - Minister for Immigration and Citizenship, Scott Morrison - Shadow Immigration Minister, Sarah Hanson-Young - Greens Senator, David Marr - journalist and commentator, Najeeba Wazefadost - Afghan refugee and Piers Akerman - political commentator.
Panellists include: Penny Wong - Finance Minister, Mathias Cormann - Shadow Assistant Treasurer, John Hewson - former leader of the Liberal Party, Charles Waterstreet - flamboyant barrister and Elizabeth Ann Macgregor - Director of the MCA.
Panellists will include: Anthony Albanese - Minister for Infrastructure and Transport, Joe Hockey - Shadow Treasurer, Adam Bandt - Greens MP, Judith Sloan - economist and academic and Fiona Katauskas - political cartoonist.
Panellists will include: Faustina 'Fuzzy' Agolley - TV host, Josh Thomas - Comedian, James Paterson - Associate Editor of the IPA Review and Samah Hadid - human rights activist.
Panellists include: Peter Garrett - Minister for School Education, Early Childhood and Youth, Concetta Fierravanti-Wells - Shadow Minister for Ageing and Mental Health, Bob Katter - Independent MP, Mike Carlton - journalist and commentator and Natalie Pa'apa'a - lead singer Blue King Brown and activist.
Panellists include: Christopher Pyne - Opposition education spokesman, Lee Rhiannon - Greens Senator-elect, Paul McGeough - Senior Foreign Correspondent, Fairfax Media and Nicola Roxon - Minister for Health and Ageing.
Panellists include: George Brandis - Queensland Liberal Senator, Jackie Kelly - Victorian Rural Woman of the Year 2010 and Guy Rundle - writer and commentator.
Panellists include Bill Shorten - Assistant Treasurer, Eric Abetz - Opposition Senate Leader, Judge Felicity Hampel - County Court of Victoria, John Roskam - Institute of Public Affairs and Anna Rose - Youth Climate Coalition.
Panellists will include Lindsay Tanner, Former Labor Minister, Malcolm Turnbull, Shadow Communications Minister, Lydia Khalil - Counter-Terrorism Analyst and Christine Wallace - Journalist and Commentator.
Panellists include: Simon Crean - Minister for Regional Australia, Sophie Mirabella - Shadow Minister for Industry, Tony Windsor - Independent Member for New Englan, Eliza Brown - Local Winegrower and Director, Brown Brothers Wines, Nick Klomp - Dean of Science, Charles Sturt University and Alana Johnson - Victorian Rural Woman of the Year, 2010.
Panellists include: Jim Molan - Former Head of the Australian Defence College, Matina Jewell - Former Soldier, Eva Cox - Feminist Academic, Neil James - Executive Director of the Australian Defence Association and Najeeba Wazefadost - Afghan Refugee.
Panellists include: Penny Wong - Finance Minister, Greg Hunt - Shadow Environment Minister, Bess Price - central Australian Aboriginal leader, Graeme Innes - Human Rights Commissioner and Chris Kenny - commentator.
Panellists include: Kevin Rudd - Foreign Affairs Minister, Julie Bishop - Shadow Foreign Affairs Minister, Jeff Bleich - US Ambassador to Australia, Louise Adler - political publisher and Robert Manne - writer and academic.
Panellists include: Tanya Plibersek - The Minister for Human Services, Concetta Fierraventi-Wells - Shadow Minister for Ageing and Mental Health, Grahame Morris - political adviser and Annabel Crabb - political journalist.
Panellists include: Christopher Pyne - Opposition education spokesperson, Jason Clare - The Minister for Defence Material, Lachlan Harris - Kevin Rudd's former press secretary, Christine Milne - Deputy Leader of the Greens and Miranda Devine - conservative columnist.
With Labor at near-record opinion-poll lows, Prime Minister Julia Gillard agreed to come on Q and A and address her critics head-on at a remarkable time in the political cycle. The result was a fascinating hour of television in which the gloves were well and truly off and the big current affairs issues of the moment were addressed in considerable detail.
Panellists include: Gail Kelly - Westpac CEO, Kate Ellis, Minister for the Status of Women, Joe Hockey - Shadow Treasurer, Janet Albrechtsen - opinion columnist for The Australian and Mike Carlton - journalist and commentator.
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