I rarely watch Q&A these days but that’s going to be ‘must-watch’ TV.
Monday 12 November at 9:35 pm
- Gillian Triggs, Former President of the Australian Human Rights Commission;
- Zed Seselja, Assistant Minister for Treasury and Finance;
- Chris Bowen, Shadow Treasurer;
- John Anderson, Former Deputy Prime Minister of Australia; and P
- arnell Palme McGuinness, Communications Consultant.
Monday 19 November at 9:35 pm
- Alex Hawke, Special Minister of State;
- Mark Dreyfus, Shadow Attorney-General;
- Susan B. Glasser, Journalist, The New Yorker ;
- Greg Sheridan, Foreign Editor of The Australian ; and
- Karen Middleton, Chief political correspondent of The Saturday Paper .
Monday 26 November at 9:35pm
- Jim Molan, Liberal Senator for NSW;
- Doug Cameron, Shadow Minister for Housing and Homelessness;
- Mehreen Faruqi, Greens Senator for NSW;
- Tom Switzer, Centre for Independent Studies; and
- Yasmin Poole, People’s Panellist.
Change to line up after Jim Molan’s withdrawal:
which resulted in
Monday 3 December at 9:35pm
Host: Hamish Macdonald, from Melbourne
Billy Bragg, Singer-songwriter and activist;
Linda Reynolds, Assistant Minister for Home Affairs;
Lisa Singh, Tasmanian Labor Senator;
Amanda Vanstone, Former Liberal Senator; and
People’s Panellist, Martin Matthews.
Monday 10 December -
Final episode for 2018
Monday 10 December at 9:35pm
- Scott Ryan, President of the Senate;
- Tanya Plibersek, Deputy Opposition Leader;
- Richard Di Natale, Leader of The Australian Greens;
- Nyadol Nyuon, Lawyer and community advocate; and
- Brendan O’Neill, Editor, spiked magazine.
Shows all the Q&A panellists for this year.