Wentworth by-election Special Panellists: Kerryn Phelps, Independent candidate for Wentworth; Philip Ruddock, NSW Liberal Party President; Anthony Albanese, Labor MP; Peter Van Onselen, political commentator and author; and Anne Summers, author and journalist.
Panellists: Jeffrey Sachs, American economist; James Bartholomew, journalist and author; James Paterson, Liberal senator for Victoria; Terri Butler, shadow minister for young Australians and youth affairs; and Linda McIver, people's panellist.
Panellists: Eddie Woo, internet sensation maths teacher; Pasi Sahlberg, Finnish educator, author and scholar; Cindy Berwick, Indigenous education advocate and former teacher; Gabbie Stroud, Author, blogger and former teacher; and Jennifer Buckingham, CIS education researcher.
Panellists: Simon Birmingham, trade minister; Amanda Rishworth, Labor frontbencher; Sarah Hanson-Young, Greens senator; John Butler, singer-songwriter; and Sali Miftari, people’s panellist.
Panellists: Germaine Greer, Feminist icon and provocateur; Andrew Neil, British TV Presenter and journalist; David Marr, Essayist; Sisonke Msimang, Author; and Elena Jeffcoat, People’s Panellist from Perth.
Panellists: Bridget McKenzie, deputy National Party leader; Penny Wong, opposition leader in the Senate; Dylan Storer, Fitzroy Crossing, WA; Joanne Tran, Sydney, NSW; Rueben Davis, Eagleby, Queensland; and Holly Cooke, Glen Osmond, SA.
Panellists: Steve Ciobo, minister for defence industry; Anthony Albanese, shadow minister for infrastructure; Alan Jones, radio broadcaster; Annika Smethurst, national political editor for News Corp's Sunday papers; and Elmari Whyte, people’s panellist from Brisbane.
Panellists: George Christensen, Nationals MP for Dawson; Cathy O’Toole, Labor MP for Herbert; Larissa Waters, Queensland Greens; Pauline Hanson, leader, One Nation; and Bob Katter, leader of Katter’s Australian Party.
Panellists: John Marsden, author, Tomorrow, When the War Began; Maxine Beneba Clarke, author, The Hate Race; Sofie Laguna, author, The Choke; Michael Mohammed Ahmad, author, The Lebs; and Trent Dalton, author, Boy Swallows Universe.
Panellists: Dr Cornel West, scholar and poet; Eric Abetz, Tasmanian Liberal senator; Anne Aly, Labor member for Cowan; Lindsay Shepherd, free speech advocate; and Jeremy Bell, people’s panellist.
Drought Relief and Future Farming Panellists: David Littleproud, Minister for Agriculture; Joel Fitzgibbon, Shadow Minister for Agriculture; Fiona Simson, President of the National Farmers' Federation; Jenny Dowell, Former Mayor of Lismore; and Matt Sorenson, People’s Panellist from Kyogle.
Panellists: Communications minister Mitch Fifield, shadow finance minister Jim Chalmers, Guardian Australia editor Lenore Taylor, communications consultant Parnell Palme McGuinness and people's panellist Tony Winwood.
This program joins the War on Waste as Tony Jones is joined by Craig Reucassel, Ronni Kahn from OzHarvest, as well as a People's Panellist and more. The panel will look at the progress we've made and how we can further improve. Panellists: Craig Reucassel, host, War on Waste; Ronni Kahn, CEO and founder of OzHarvest; Jo Taranto, director of Good for the Hood; David O'Loughlin, president of the Australian Local Government Association; and Gayle Sloan, CEO Waste Management.
Panellists: Matt Canavan, Queensland Nationals senator; Tanya Plibersek, deputy opposition leader; Teela Reid, lawyer, NSW; Mitchell Walton, former tradie and business owner, NSW; Kumbi Gutsa, commerce graduate, WA; and Victoria Fielding, parketing professional, SA.
Panellists: Sarah Henderson, Liberal member for Corangamite; Cory Bernardi, leader of the Australian Conservatives; Catherine King, shadow health minister; Erik Jensen, editor-in-chief of The Saturday Paper; and Corey White, Roadmap to Paradise.
Panellists: Kiruna Stamell, actor, dancer and advocate; Dylan Alcott, wheelchair tennis and basketball champion turned broadcaster; Graeme Innes, former disability and race discrimination commissioner; Catia Malaquias, mother, lawyer and founder of Starting with Julius; and Bruce Bonyhady, director of the Melbourne Disability Institute.
Panellists: Linda Reynolds, Liberal senator for WA; Tim Watts, federal member for Gellibrand; Michael Spence, vice-chancellor, University of Sydney; Simon Jackman, CEO, United States Studies Centre; and Aubrey Blanche, global diversity programs lead, Atlassian.
Opposition Leader Bill Shorten faces up to the questions from an audience at the Shedley Theatre in Elizabeth, Adelaide.
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