Panellists: Rutger Bregman, historian and author; Laurie Penny, writer and journalist; Shashi Tharoor, Indian diplomat, politician and author; Amani Al-Khatahtbeh, founder and editor-in-chief of Muslim Girl; and Michael Fullilove, executive director of the Lowy Institute for International Policy.
The leader of the opposition, Bill Shorten, answers questions from the Q And A audience on polls, citizenship, same-sex marriage, small business, taxation, the NBN, the youth vote, the cost of electricity, Medicare/Mediscare, government debt, offshore detention, Pauline Hanson's burqa stunt, military action against North Korea, and Indigenous "voice in parliament", minimum wage and republicanism.
Panellists: Eric Abetz, Tasmanian Liberal senator; Sam Dastyari, Labor senator for New South Wales; Kim Rubenstein, professor, ANU College of Law; Jamila Rizvi, author, presenter and columnist; and Michael Jensen, theologian and author.
Panellists: Nigel Scullion, minister for indigenous affairs; Marcia Langton, professor of indigenous studies; Noel Pearson, founder, Cape York Partnership; Denise Bowden, festival director, Garma; Djapirri Mununggirritj, board member, Yothu Yindi Foundation; and Peter Yu, CEO Nyamba Buru Yawuru. Hosted by Stan Grant.
Panellists: Steve Ciobo, minister for trade and investment; Jim Chalmers, shadow minister for finance; Mei Fong, journalist and writer; Greg Sheridan, foreign affairs editor, The Australian; and Jessica Irvine, economics journalist.
Panellists: Josh Frydenberg, minister for the environment and energy; Catherine King, shadow health minister; Pinidu Chandrasekera, Parade College, Bundoora; Aretha Brown, Williamstown High School; Jock Maddern, Kaniva College; and Jacinta Speer, The MacRobertson Girls' High School.
Panellists: Matt Canavan, minister for resources and northern Australia; Terri Butler, Queensland Labor MP; Mehdi Hasan, host with Al Jazeera English; John Stackhouse, Christian scholar and historian; and Rachel Corbett, writer, radio and television presenter.
Panellists: Warren Snowdon, shadow assistant minister for Indigenous health; Jacinta Price, Alice Springs council; Dale McIver, chair of Tourism Central Australia; Josie Douglas, senior policy officer, Central Land Council; Bob Katter, leader of the Katter's Australian Party; and William Tilmouth, co-founder Children's Ground.
Panellists: Alastair Campbell, former press secretary to Tony Blair; Anna Greenberg, pollster and commentator; Christopher Pyne, minister for defence industry; Clare O'Neil, shadow minister for justice; and Grahame Morris, political strategist.
Guest host Jeremy Fernandez and panellists: James Paterson, Victorian Liberal senator; Linda Burney, shadow minister for human services; Jane Goodall, primatologist; Peter Kurti, research fellow, Centre for Independent Studies; and Rachel Botsman, author and social innovator.
Panellists: Josh Frydenberg, minister for the environment and energy; Mark Butler, shadow minister for climate change and energy; Alan Finkel, Australia's chief scientist; Rosemary Sinclair, CEO of Energy Consumers Australia; and Amanda McKenzie, CEO of the Climate Council.
Panellists: Noel Pearson, founder of Cape York Partnership; Pat Anderson, co-chair of the Referendum Council and chairwoman of the Lowitja Institute; Megan Davis, UNSW pro vice-chancellor Indigenous; Nakkiah Lui, playwright, performer and commentator; and Stan Grant, ABC Indigenous affairs coverage editor.
Panellists: Niki Savva, journalist and author; Lawrence Krauss, theoretical physicist and cosmologist; Mikhail Zygar, Russian journalist and writer; Mona Chalabi, data editor of The Guardian US; and Paul Beatty, author of The Sellout.
Panellists: Simon Birmingham, minister for education; Chris Bowen, shadow treasurer; Larissa Waters, Queensland Greens senator; Innes Willox, CEO, Australian Industry Group; and Miranda Stewart, director, Tax and Transfer Policy Institute ANU.
Panellists: Dan Tehan, minister for veterans' affairs and defence personnel; Lisa Singh, Tasmanian Labor senator; Dave Hughes, comedian and broadcaster; Mark Leibler, taxation lawyer and corporate strategist; and Danni Addison, CEO Urban Development Institute Victoria.
Panellists: Armando Iannucci, executive producer of Veep; Barnaby Joyce, deputy prime minister; Tanya Plibersek, deputy Opposition leader; Brian Schmidt, Nobel laureate; and Laura Demasi, social researcher and director, Ipsos.
Panellists: Germaine Greer, feminist icon and provocateur; Chido Govera, Zimbabwean activist and social entrepreneur; Alex Hawke, assistant minister for immigration and border protection; Tony Burke, manager of Opposition business; and Derryn Hinch, senator for Victoria.
Panellists: Mitch Fifield, minister for communications; Penny Wong, Opposition leader in the Senate; Billy Bragg, singer-songwriter and activist; Nikki Gemmell, author; and Margaret Somerville, professor of bioethics, The University of Notre Dame Australia.
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