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It doesn't matter who you are, or where you're from - everyone can have a go and take it up to our politicians and opinion makers.
Q&A is live to air - happening as viewers watch – and it’s all about encouraging people to engage with politics and society. (source: www.abc.net.au)
Joining Tony Jones: creator of Veep Armando Iannucci; ANU Vice Chancellor Brian Schmidt; Deputy PM Barnaby Joyce; Deputy Opposition Leader Tanya Plibersek; Research Director of IPSOS Mind & Mood Report Laura Demasi.
Joining Tony Jones: Minister for Veterans' Affairs & Defence Personnel Dan Tehan; Tasmanian Labor Senator Lisa Singh; Comedian Dave Hughes; Taxation lawyer Mark Leibler & CEO of the Urban Development Institute Danni Addison.
Tony Jones is joined by Simon Birmingham, Chris Bowen and Larissa Waters.
Tony Jones is joined by Sydney Writers' Festival guests: journalists Niki Savva & Mikhail Zygar; theoretical physicist Lawrence M. Krauss; Data Editor of The Guardian US Mona Chalabi & Man Booker prize-winner Paul Beatty.
From Parliament House, Canberra this special 1967 & Mabo: Moving Forward marks 50 years since the 1967 referendum & 25 years since Mabo. Guests: Noel Pearson, Pat Anderson, Megan David, Nakkiah Lui & Stan Grant.
On the panel: Social Services Minister Christian Porter; Shadow Infrastructure Minister Anthony Albanese; NSW Liberal Democrats Senator David Leyonhjelm; La Trobe University's Judith Brett & actor/advocate Kiruna Stamell.
In an Energy special Environment & Energy Minister Josh Frydenberg, Shadow Energy Minister Mark Butler, Australia's Chief Scientist Alan Finkel, Energy Consumers Aus CEO Rosemary Sinclair & Climate Council CEO Amanda McKenzie
The Leader of the Opposition Bill Shorten joins Tony Jones in a special one-on-one Q&A event broadcast LIVE from Penrith in Greater Western Sydney.
In his much-anticipated first appearance on Q&A since becoming the Prime Minister, Malcolm Turnbull will join Tony Jones for a special one-on-one event, broadcast LIVE from the Brisbane Powerhouse.
Joining Tony Jones on the panel: Finance Minister Mathias Cormann; Deputy Opposition Leader Tanya Plibersek; Economic Analyst Chris Richardson; Professor of Indigenous Studies Marcia Langton & Broadcaster Alan Jones.
On the panel Live from Melbourne: Attorney-General George Brandis; Deputy Opposition Leader Tanya Plibersek; Senator-elect Derryn Hinch; weekly columnist, Guardian Australia Van Badham; and broadcaster Steve Price.
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