Opposition Leader Bill Shorten faces up to the questions from an audience at the Shedley Theatre in Elizabeth, Adelaide.
Panellists: Dan Tehan, minister for social services; Mark Dreyfus, shadow attorney-general; Jacqui Lambie, former Tasmanian senator; Rosie Waterland, author and broadcaster; and Grace Collier, IR commentator.
Panellists: Jim Molan, Liberal senator for NSW; Ged Kearney, Labor MP; Father Rod Bower, rector, Gosford Anglican Church; Monica Doumit, Catholic commentator; and Tim Fung, CEO and co-founder of Airtasker.
Panellists: Jane Hume, Liberal Party senator from Victoria; Julie Collins, shadow minister for ageing and mental health; Peter Singer, philosopher and ethicist; Randa Abdel-Fattah, author and academic; and Greg Sheridan, foreign affairs editor, The Australian.
Panellists: Angus Taylor, cyber security; Chris Bowen, shadow treasurer; Elizabeth Proust, businesswoman and chair, Bank of Melbourne; Judith Sloan, economist and businesswoman; and Ben Oquist, executive director, The Australia Institute.
Panellists: Tim Wilson, federal Liberal member for Goldstein; Linda Burney, shadow minister for human services; Stanley Johnson, environmentalist; Leyla Acaroglu, design disruptor and cultural provocateur; and Jeremy Heimans, co-founder and CEO of Purpose.
Joining Tony Jones at the Sydney Writers' Festival are panellists: Masha Gessen, Russian journalist and Vladimir Putin biographer; Katy Tur, NBC news correspondent; Wesley Morris, critic-at-large at the New York Times; Richard McGregor, senior fellow, Lowy Institute; and Alexis Okeowo, staff writer for the New Yorker.
Panellists: Andrew Leigh, shadow assistant treasurer; Fiona Nash, former Nationals senator; Rebecca Huntley, social researcher and writer; Jill Sheppard, lecturer, Australian National University; and John Roskam, executive director, Institute of Public Affairs.
Panellists: Mitch Fifield, minister for communications; Amanda Rishworth, shadow minister for veterans affairs and defence personnel; Missy Higgins, Australian singer-songwriter; Kenneth Roth, international director of Human Rights Watch; and Grahame Morris, political strategist.
Panellists: Alan Tudge, minister for citizenship and multicultural affairs; Clare O'Neil, shadow minister for justice; Nyadol Nyuon, lawyer and community advocate; Stuart Bateson, commander, Victoria Police; and Andrew Rule, crime writer and Herald Sun columnist.
Harvard University political philosopher Michael Sandel discusses the ethics of winning at all costs, cricket ball tampering and leadership, Donald Trump, prioritising issues in a democratic society, indefinite detention of refugees, populism and politics, the failure of democracy, privacy and big data in a market economy, the value of philosophy, truth, the common good in contrast to individualism, taking human lives, innately "doing the right thing", and the evolution of democracy.
Panellists: Paul Fletcher, minister for urban infrastructure and cities; Mark Butler, shadow minister for climate change and energy; Alice Workman, political reporter with Buzzfeed Australia; Lydia Khalil, director, Arcana Partners and research fellow at the Lowy Institute; and Tom Switzer, Centre for Independent Studies.
Panellists: Bob Carr, former foreign minister; Tim Flannery, chief councillor of the Climate Council; Jane Fitzgerald, Property Council of Australia, NSW; John Daley, CEO Grattan Institute; and Jiyoung Song, Asia Institute of the University of Melbourne.
Panellists: Angus Taylor, minister for law enforcement and cybersecurity; Tanya Plibersek, deputy federal opposition leader; Richard Di Natale, federal leader of the Australian Greens; Kamila Shamsie, author; and Sharri Markson, national political editor, The Daily Telegraph.
Panellists: Harriet Harman, former deputy leader of the UK Labour Party; Zed Seselja, assistant minister for science, jobs and innovation; Clare O'Neil, shadow minister for justice; AC Grayling, philosopher; and Catherine McGregor, freelance writer, broadcaster and author.
Panellists: Josh Frydenberg, minister for the environment and energy; Chris Bowen, shadow treasurer; Louise Adler, CEO of Melbourne University Publishing; Simon Breheny, director of policy, Institute of Public Affairs; and Shareena Clanton, actress.
The #MeToo campaign, sparked by the Harvey Weinstein sexual abuse scandal, has made its way to Australia. Women around the world are calling "Times Up!" on sexual harassment. Join us as we discuss: Where to for #MeToo in 2018? Panellists: Isabella Manfredi, lead singer of the Preatures; Josh Bornstein, employment lawyer; Janet Albrechtsen, opinion columnist for The Australian; and Catharine Lumby, professor of media at Macquarie University.
Panellists: Linda Reynolds, Liberal senator for WA; Terri Butler, Queensland Labor MP; John Hewson, former leader of the Liberal Party; Chris Kenny, associate national affairs editor, The Australian; and Van Badham, columnist for The Guardian Australia.
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