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The Panel features a range of panellists from across the opinion spectrum, together with expert phone guests.

The Panel features a range of panellists from across the opinion spectrum, together with expert phone guests.

Location:

New Zealand

Description:

The Panel features a range of panellists from across the opinion spectrum, together with expert phone guests.

Language:

English


Episodes

The Panel with Sue Bradford and Dean Hall (Part Two)

6/29/2022
On Part Two of The Panel, Wallace and panellists discuss a universal payment thought-experiment, reforming the Building Act, and the high cost of participating in sport in the Wellington region.

Duration:00:26:40

The Panel with Sue Bradford and Dean Hall (Part One)

6/29/2022
On The Panel today Sue Bradford and Dean Hall discuss the influx of illness this winter and the aftermath of last week's decision to overturn Roe v Wade. They ask listeners to come to the defence of Hamilton after Chris Finlayson called it "Dullsville".

Duration:00:23:11

The Panel with Anna Dean and Chris Finlayson (Part 2)

6/28/2022
Today on the second half of the The Panel, Wallace and panellists Anna Dean and Chris Finlayson discuss a new poll showing New Zealander's support changing our drug laws, a petition to ban vehicle access on Clutha beaches, and whether we're ready to call Hamilton Kirikiriroa.

Duration:00:26:14

The Panel with Anna Dean and Chris Finlayson (Part 1)

6/28/2022
Today on The Panel Wallace and panellists Anna Dean and Chris Finlayson talk about the ripple effect of under-resourced mental health services and fast-food marketing that targets children. Also, they discuss their favourite biscuits.

Duration:00:22:57

The Pre-Panel with Anna Dean and Chris Finlayson

6/27/2022
Wallace and panellists hear from a firefighter awarded life membership at the Gisborne fire brigade after 44 years' service. Plus, our panellists tell us what has been on their mind this week.

Duration:00:14:20

The Panel with Janet Wilson and David Cormack (Part 2)

6/27/2022
Today on the second half of the Panel and panellists Janet Wilson and David Cormack talk about changes to our electoral dontation system, how to cope when your Kiwisaver balance drops and Eden Park's decision not to host school balls.

Duration:00:25:30

The Panel with Janet Wilson and David Cormack (Part 1)

6/27/2022
Today on the Panel Wallace and panellists Janet Wilson and David Cormack discuss Prime Minister Adern's stop at the NATO summit. Plus, they talk about the household split of tasks between Mums and Dads, and ask if we are a nation of fair-weather sports fans.

Duration:00:25:06

The Pre-Panel with David Cormack and Janet Wilson

6/26/2022
Wallace and panellists Janet Wilson and David Cormack discuss Roe v Wade and the flow on effects.

Duration:00:14:03

The Panel with Alexia Russell and Allan Blackman (Part two)

6/23/2022
Today on the second half of The Panel Wallace and panellists Alexia Russel and Allan Blackman talk to those wanting a universal student allowance and those concerned about cowboy employment advocates. Plus, they mark volunteer week by speaking to a St John volunteer who alongside their therapy pet visits resthomes and schools.

Duration:00:26:07

The Panel with Alexia Russell and Allan Blackman (Part One)

6/23/2022
Today on The Panel Wallace and panellists Alexia Russel and Allan Blackman discuss National's Peter Goodfellow's retirement as party president and it being the hardest time for first home buyers since the 1950s. Also, they discuss the nation's opportunity to create meaningful Matariki traditions.

Duration:00:23:07

The Pre-Panel with Alexia Russell and Allan Blackman

6/22/2022
Wallace and panellists Alexia Russel and Allan Blackman discuss whether squats should be exchanged for a free bus ride. Plus, our panellists tell us what has been on their mind this week.

Duration:00:14:40

The Panel with Jack Yan and Sally Wenley (Part 2)

6/22/2022
Today on the second half of The Panel Wallace and panellists Jack Yan and Sally Wenley discuss whether feral cats should be part of our plan to be predator-free by 2050. They speak to Netsafe about whether parents are over sharing or "sharenting" their kids lives online. Also, they discuss why Kate Bush's music has stood the test of time.

Duration:00:24:48

The Panel with Jack Yan and Sally Wenley (Part 1)

6/22/2022
Today on The Panel Wallace and panellists Jack Yan and Sally Wenley speak to those who delivered a petition to parliament to get sugary drinks out of all schools. Plus, they speak to the hospitality sector about staff shortages and whether Wellingtonians should get a second Victoria Tunnel or an e-bike.

Duration:00:25:17

The Pre-Panel with Jack Yan and Sally Wenley

6/21/2022
Wallace and panellists Jack Yan and Sally Wenley discuss new research that suggests that breakfast is in fact not the most important meal of the day and should you skip it? Plus, our panellists tell us what has been on their mind this week.

Duration:00:13:48

The Panel with Georgie Stylianou and Selwyn Manning (Part 2)

6/21/2022
Today on the second half of The Panel Wallace and panellists Georgie Stylianou and Selwyn Manning discuss the naming rights of artisan cheese and light pollution. Plus, they speak to an Australian with an illuminating hobby.

Duration:00:23:37

The Panel with Georgie Stylianou and Selwyn Manning (Part 1)

6/21/2022
Today on The Panel Wallace and panellists Georgie Stylianou and Selwyn Manning talk to the building sector about the inquiry into the GIB crisis. They also speak to University of Canterbury's Professor Michael Plank on the incoming second omicron wave and to the former executive Director of the Association of Salaried Medical Specialists, Ian Powell who warns the Government's lack of action in the health sector could be its undoing.

Duration:00:23:58

The Pre-Panel Georgie Stylianou and Selwyn Manning

6/20/2022
Wallace and panellists Georgie Stylianou and Selwyn Manning speak to the Chatswood resident who walked down every cul-de-sac in her Auckland suburb and the fascinating trend of "every street walkers." Plus, our panellists tell us what has been on their minds this week.

Duration:00:14:59

The Panel with Peter Dunne and Boopsie Maran (Part 2)

6/20/2022
Today on the second half of The Panel Wallace and panellists Peter Dunne and Boopsie Maran talk to Professor Warwick Bagg from the University of Auckland's Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences about the need for more university places at for students study medicine. The discuss the plan to ban anonymous political donations with Dr Simon Chapple from the School of Government at Te Herenga Waka-Victoria University Wellington. And finally today, is a standing desk better for you than a...

Duration:00:26:30

The Panel with Peter Dunne and Boopsie Maran (Part 1)

6/20/2022
Today on The Panel Wallace and panellists Peter Dunne and Boopsie Maran hear from Henderson Intermediate principal Wendy Esera about how bad truancy has become in New Zealand. They discuss the potential over-commericalisation of Matariki with Skye Kimura chief executive of Tatou, a Maori cultural marketing and communications agency. And why don't kiwis haggle?

Duration:00:23:55

The Pre-Panel Peter Dunne and Boopsie Maran

6/19/2022
Today on the Pre-Panel Wallace and panellists Peter Dunne and Boopsie Maran discuss the French ban on eating lunch at your work desk with French kiwi Amanda Collins.

Duration:00:15:54