The Panel

RNZ New Zealand

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 Kedgley and Nick Leggett (part 2)

1/31/2023
Today on the Panel, Susie and panellists Sue Kedgley and Nick Leggett discuss whether we have tugboat capabilities for safe Cook Strait crossings. Plus, they discuss the latest changes to Australia's 501 deportee policies, and whether we should stop flying to save emissions.

Duration:00:25:12

The Panel with Sue Kedgley and Nick Leggett (part 1)

1/31/2023
Today on the Panel, Susie and panellists Sue Kedgley and Nick Leggitt discuss the extension on the fuel tax cuts and half price public transport.

Duration:00:22:19

The Pre-Panel with Sue Kedgley and Nick Leggett

1/31/2023
Susie Ferguson and panellists Sue Kedgley and Nick Leggett get the latest on a slip and collapsed bach in Orua Bay, and check in on a business in the Coromandel. Plus, our panellists tell us what has been on their mind this week

Duration:00:14:10

The Panel with Heather Roy and Johny O'Donnell (part 2)

1/30/2023
Today on the Panel, Susie and panellists Heather Roy and Johny O'Donnell are joined by Deputy Chair of the PPTA Tamaki Makaurau to discuss the impact of school closures. Then they ask how ambulances will cope in the Coromandel with main roads to hospitals cut off. Plus, what to do if your phone gets drenched.

Duration:00:22:05

The Panel with Heather Roy and Johny O'Donnell (part 1)

1/30/2023
Today on the Panel, Susie and panellists Heather Roy and Johny O'Donnell get the latest on today's cabinet reshuffle. Then they're joined by the Auckland Civil Defence controller for an update on the heavy rain warning in Auckland.

Duration:00:26:08

The Pre-Panel with Heather Roy and Johny O'Donnell

1/30/2023
Susie Ferguson and panellists Heather Roy and Johny O'Donnell speak to MetService about the weather up north and hear from locals about what they're seeing.

Duration:00:09:55

Ironclad Pans business under water

1/29/2023
Levi Slavin of Ironclad Pans tells us about how his business was under 5ft of water and the devistation caused by the floods.

Duration:00:07:49

The Panel with Dr Parmjeet Parmar and Alan McElroy (Part 2)

1/29/2023
Today on the Panel, Wallace and panellists Dr Parmjeet Parmar and Alan McElroy discuss the psychological impact of emergency flooding events.

Duration:00:25:04

The Panel with Dr Parmjeet Parmar and Alan McElroy (Part 1)

1/29/2023
Today on the Panel, Wallace and panellists Dr Parmjeet Parmar and Alan McElroy discuss how small businesses like Ironclad Pans have been impacted by the floods.

Duration:00:24:15

Residents impacted by flooding

1/29/2023
Wallace talks to two residents whose homes have been flooded. Oliver Martis lost his house in the Auckland floods. Loisa Teoh's house was flooded in Mangere.

Duration:00:11:33

The Pre-Panel with Dr Parmjeet Parmar and Alan McElroy

1/29/2023
Wallace and panellists Dr Parmjeet Parmar and Alan McElroy speak to two people heavily impacted by the flooding in Auckland. Plus, our panellists tell us what has been on their mind this week.

Duration:00:13:12

The Panel with Verity Johnson and Stephen Jacobi (Part 2)

1/26/2023
Today on the Panel, Wallace and panellists Verity Johnson and Stephen Jacobi discuss the statement Pope Francis made about homosexuality not being a crime and how significant it really is. Plus, they look at businesses that didn't manage to change with the times over the years and how they could have kept up, and an option for those who can't afford uniform.

Duration:00:25:52

The Panel with Verity Johnson and Stephen Jacobi (Part 1)

1/26/2023
Today on the Panel, Wallace and panellists Verity Johnson and Stephen Jacobi discuss the low child vaccination rates and the big threats if we don't catch up. Also, they look at both sides of the proposed apartments in Beach Haven and why so many locals are so unhappy with it, and if you find it hard to pass on your books.

Duration:00:23:37

The Pre-Panel with Verity Johnson and Stephen Jacobi

1/26/2023
Wallace and panellists Verity Johnson and Stephen Jacobi get a weather update and open the Friday Mailbag and read listener correspondence from the week of stories. Plus, our panellists tell us what has been on their mind this week.

Duration:00:15:06

The Panel with Peter Field and Nikki Bezzant (Part 2)

1/25/2023
Today on the Panel, Wallace and panellists Peter Field and Nikki Bezzant find out if cul-de-sacs are useless, Plus, they're joined by the former deputy chief exec of Te Pūkenga to discuss the centralisation of polytechnics. And finally, they go to New Zealand's first electric bus depot.

Duration:00:24:55

Troy from analytics has electric roller blades

1/25/2023
Heard of electric rollerblades? Neither has The Panel. Troy from analytics has a pair, he explains the appeal.

Duration:00:05:17

The Panel with Peter Field and Nikki Bezzant (Part 1)

1/25/2023
Wallace and panellists Peter Field and Nikki Bezzant digest the PM's catch-up with Auckland business owners. Plus, they ask why New Zealand doesn't have 30 year fixed-rate mortages.

Duration:00:24:37

The Pre-Panel with Peter Field and Nikki Bezzant

1/25/2023
Wallace and panellists Peter Field and Nikki Bezzant speaks to New Zealand's oldest competing surfer. Plus, our panellists tell us what has been on their mind this week.

Duration:00:14:35

The Panel with Janet Wilson and James Elliot (Part 2)

1/24/2023
Today on the Panel, Wallace and panellists Janet Wilson and James Elliot speak to Rebecca Souwden about her mission to un-bias the internet for women in sport. Plus, they debate whether it's wise to buy a house with unconsented work. And finally they check in with a Surf Life Saving NZ Safety Advisor about training "rookies".

Duration:00:26:26

The Panel with Janet Wilson and James Elliot (Part 1)

1/24/2023
Wallace and panellists Janet Wilson and James Elliot ask how Chris Hipkins' Labour government could address inflation. Plus, they discuss the high cost of school uniforms. And they unpack some breakfast TV shenanigans involving a salt gun.

Duration:00:24:10