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Q and A: Saving the Arts and 'Brain Farts'
Saving the Arts and 'Brain Farts'
ABC  |  June 29, 2020

Plenty to discuss including a $250 million arts rescue package, more scandal plagues Labor, a shake-up of university fees, claims of sexual harassment rock the High Court, and Victoria's coronavirus COVID-19 spike. Panellists: Paul Fletcher, minister for communications, cyber safety and the arts; Bill Shorten, shadow minister for the national disability insurance scheme; Katie Noonan, musician, producer, composer and artistic director; Yasmin Poole, writer and youth advocate; and Sue Morphet, president, Chief Executive Women. Guest host: Virginia Trioli.

Plenty to discuss including a $250 million arts rescue package, more scandal plagues Labor, a shake-up of university fees, claims of sexual harassment rock the High Court, and Victoria's coronavirus COVID-19 spike. Panellists: Paul Fletcher, minister for communications, cyber safety and the arts; Bill Shorten, shadow minister for the national disability insurance scheme; Katie Noonan, musician, producer, composer and artistic director; Yasmin Poole, writer and youth advocate; and Sue Morphet, president, Chief Executive Women. Guest host: Virginia Trioli.

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