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Q&A; is a television discussion program that focuses mostly on politics but ranges across all of the big issues that set Australians thinking, talking and debating. It is driven by interaction: Q&A; provides a rare opportunity for Australian citizens to directly question and hold to account politicians and key opinion leaders in a national public forum.

Julia the Killing Machine: The panel includes: Tony Burke, George Brandis, Annabel Crabb, Cheryl Kernot and Grahame Morris.
The Gillard Coup: The panel includes: Bill Shorten, Barnaby Joyce, Magda Szubanski, Harold Mitchell, Janet Albrechtsen and Christine Wallace.
Greens in the Spotlight: The panel includes: Craig Emerson, Jessica Brown, Malcolm Turnbull, Graham Richardson and Sarah Hanson-Young
For Lovers of Animals: The panel includes: Peter Singer, David Marr, Peter Garrett, Helen Coonan and Jayashri Kulkarni.
Q&A Goes West: The panel includes: Chris Bowen, Scott Morrison, Kevin Sheedy, Samah Hadid, Pru Goward and Heath Ducker.
youth and politics: The panel includes: Cory Bernardi, Miriam Lyons, Clare Bowditch, Maxine McKew and Mitch Grady.
Democracy, Death and Taxes: The panel includes: Peter Carey, Lionel Shriver, John Ralston Saul, Marcia Langton and Malcolm Fraser.
Budget special: The panel includes: Lindsay Tanner and Joe Hockey.
Censorship in Cyberspace: The panel includes: Helen Razer, Brett Solomon, Kaiser Kuo, Brendan O'Connor and Sophie Mirabella.
Penny Wong and Nick Minchin on Q&A: The panel includes: Penny Wong, Nick Minchin, John Symond, Paul Howes and Christine Milne.
ANZAC Day Special: The Q&A panel includes: Germaine Greer, Peter Cosgrove, Peter FitzSimons, Henry Reynolds and Alison Creagh.
population, immigration and the nation: The Q&A panel includes: Simon Sheikh, Heather Ridout, Scott Morrison, Shimrit Nothman and Bob Carr.
The American Ambassador on Q&A: The Q&A panel includes: Greg Sheridan, Joe Hockey, Tanya Plibersek, Jeff Bleich and Lucy Turnbull.
Tony Abbott Special: The Q&A panel includes: Tony Abbott only
Greens, budgies and staffers: The Q&A panel includes: Nick McKim, Graham Richardson, Sue Cato, Craig Emerson, Kelly O'Dwyer.
The Health of the Nation: The Q&A panel includes: Valerie Amos, John Doyle, Nicola Roxon, Greg Hunt and Tim Wilson.
Conservatives, Comedians and Political Correctness: The Q&A panel included Miranda Devine - conservative columnist; Waleed Aly - politics lecturer; Catherine Deveny - comedian and writer; Bill Shorten - Parliamentary Secretary for Disabilities and Children's Services; and Peter Dutton - Shadow Minister for Health.
God, Science and Sanity: The Q&A panel included Richard Dawkins - evolutionary biologist and prominent atheist; Professor Patrick McGorry - Australian of the Year; Steve Fielding - Senator; Tony Burke - Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry; Julie Bishop - Deputy Leader of the Opposition; and Rabbi Jacqueline Ninio - …
Art, Power and Passion: The Q&A panel included Peter Garrett - Minister for Environment Protection, Heritage and the Arts; Christopher Pyne - Opposition Education Spokesman; Eddie Perfect - comedian and musician; Jin Xing - Chinese choreographer; Paul Grabowsky - Artistic Director, 2010 Adelaide Festival; and Brenda Croft - artist and …
Turnbull Returns: The Q&A panel included Malcolm Turnbull - former Liberal leader; Tanya Plibersek - Minister for Housing and the Status of Women; Mungo MacCallum - political commentator; John Roskam - conservative commentator; and Jane Caro - social commentator.