This week, Jordan Peterson appeared on Q&A. His sentiment, despite being popular, often betrays its own logic.
The new media laws are set to raze the landscape, with old voices and new operating at an increasingly hysterical pitch. Their first target, our balanced public broadcasters.
Leah Cohen speaks with the genius mind and unabashed guilty palate of noted food writer Jill Dupleix to serve us a banquet of her culinary experience. In eight courses.
We spoke with the executive producer behind Q&A, Peter McEvoy and discovered how they pick the tweets that appear on the show, how they assemble the audience and how they ensure the conversation is genuinely national.
While it’s easy to criticise Germaine Greer and support Caitlyn Jenner, the real issue is far more complicated.
Ingeborg van Teeseling outlines the benefits and framework of legalised Euthanasia, explaining why we should be following the Dutch example.
In this week’s current affairs wrap, the returning Michael Burrill questions Ray Martin’s credentials to scope Q&A, and the blurring line between Abbott and Shorten. As I return from a fortnight in which I undertook a deep and independent review of my life (it was found to be deeply inadequate, as usual), the fallout…
Michael Burrill’s #CurrentAffairsWrap covers the Zaky Mallah fallout, anti-terror legislation overseas and accusations from Nauru.
Q&A: Keeping up with the Jones
Michael Burrill’s Current Affairs wrap proves the old saying “Politicians everywhere but not a one I’d vote for”, with Vladimir Putin leading a field of many…
Trying to make sense of the Q&A protest, Karl Nicholas feels the way it was dealt with threatens both the principles of democracy and egalitarianism.