With strict bans on travel and group gatherings, thousands of businesses, jobs and livelihoods have evaporated as we face a devastating and widespread economic downturn, not seen for generations. Q and A answers your questions. Guests: Nicki Hutley, Matt Comyn, Jennifer Westacott, Josh Pyke, Michael Sukkar and Linda Burney.
With the Coronavirus epidemic now set to last for many months, and government introducing stricter controls, the need for good clear medical information has become paramount. Q and A turns to medical experts Dr Norman Swan, Professor Paul Kelly and Professor Sharon Lewin to answer your questions.
Australia is staring down another crisis and it's impacting everyday life. Travel bans are increasing, schools are closing, the share market is spooked and GP clinics in chaos. Businesses large and small are now impacted. Is Australia prepared for another major crisis? Guests: Bill Bowtell, Dr Mukesh Haikerwal, Katy Gallagher, Richard Colbeck and Sam Mostyn.
Are Aussie kids getting the education they need? Our global education ranking has plunged, results in reading, maths and science are in decline, and a toxic culture of sexism and bullying persists in too many high schools. Guests: Adrian Piccoli, Eddie Woo, John Collier, Tanya Plibersek and Vy Tran.
Q and A explores who we are and what it is to be Australian. Hamish Macdonald is joined by Nova Peris, Tarang Chawla, Marlee Silva and Lehmo to ask how can we settle unfinished business and bring our better selves to the fore.
The COVID-19 coronavirus has brought Australias relationship with China into sharp focus. Hamish Macdonald examines the implications for our economy, region and community with Wang Xining, Stan Grant, Raina MacIntyre, Jason Yat-sen Li and Vicky Xu.
Who do you trust? How have we lost it, how could we regain it, and how can we reinstate integrity and truth. Hamish Macdonald is joined by Katie Allen, Jacqui Lambie, Clare O'Neil, Simon McKeon and Jack Manning Bancroft.
Hamish Macdonald hosts a conversation on climate solutions. Osher Gunsberg, Jennifer Westacott, Sophia Hamblin Wang, Matt Evans and Martijn Wilder discuss how businesses and individuals are tackling the climate challenge.
The summer bushfires have shocked Australia and the world. Q and A returns with new host Hamish Macdonald for an important conversation in Queanbeyan about how these communities are recovering and what they want from our leaders. Guests: Andrew Constance, Cheryl McCarthy, Jim Molan, Kristy McBain, Michael Mann and Victor Steffensen.
The 2019 finale of QandA. Joining Tony Jones on the panel Former Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese, Indigenous leader Pat Turner, author Sisonke Msimang and ANU Vice-Chancellor Brian Schmidt.
The program celebrates 80 years of Australia broadcasting into the Asia-Pacific region with a special from Suva, Fiji. Tony Jones is joined by Alex Hawke, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum, Enele Sopoaga, Manu Tupou-Roosen, and Virisila Buadromo.
A focus on international affairs with former US ambassador to the UN, Samantha Power; Labor MP Tanya Plibersek; Israeli parliamentarian Tamar Zandberg; James Brown from the US Studies Centre; and The Australian's Greg Sheridan.
QandA is in WA, with an Australia Talks special from the Regal Theatre in Subiaco. On the panel: Attorney-General Christian Porter, Labor MP Anne Aly, human rights lawyer Hannah McGlade and people's panellist Dylan Storer.
Tony Jones is joined by economic strategist Ross Garnaut, Australian Energy Council CEO Sarah McNamara, Liberal MP Jason Falinski, shadow minister for climate change and energy Mark Butler, plus Silicon Valley entrepreneur Sarah Friar.
Guest host Fran Kelly leads a discussion from Melbourne with journalist Mona Eltahawy, author Jess Hill, writer and Indigenous rights activist Nayuka Gorrie and American anti-ageism campaigner Ashton Applewhite.
Guest host Hamish Macdonald leads a discussion on drought with minister for water resources and drought David Littleproud, shadow minister for agriculture Joel Fitzgibbon, Fiona Simson, Maryanne Slattery and Kate McBride.
Guest host Annabel Crabb is joined in Melbourne by John Hewson, Fiona Stanley, Julian Cribb and more to discuss the challenges facing our governments.
In response to Extinction Rebellion and Hong Kong pro-democracy protests, Hamish Macdonald discusses China, climate and the right to protest with Tim Wilson, Tim Watts, Vicky Xu, Jennifer Hewett and Simon Longstaff.
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