Not To Be Missed | Freethinker Richard Dawkins and Catholic Fascist George Pell

Posted: April 5, 2012 in Catholic Fascist George Pell, Freethinkers, Richard Dawkins, Tony Jones
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Coming up

Q & A  Adventures in Democracy

Panellists

Monday, 9 April

Q&A on Facebook

Q&A ABC TV Tony Jones

http://www.abc.net.au/tv/qanda/

Q&A puts punters, pollies and pundits together in the studio to thrash out the hot issues of the week.

It’s about democracy in action – on Q&A the audience gets to ask the questions.

It doesn’t matter who you are, or where you’re from – everyone can have a go and take it up to our politicians and opinion makers.

Energetic and opinionated – Q&A brings Australia’s egalitarian and larrikin spirit into the studio.

Q&A is about encouraging people to engage with politics and society.

Q&A is hosted by one of the ABC’s most respected journalists – Tony Jones.

Q&A is live to air – it’s happening as viewers watch.

If you want a chance to ask the questions, register online now.

About Tony Jones

Tony Jones is one of Australia’s most respected journalists. As host of Q&A he brings over 20 years of award winning journalism to the table.

Tony is known for his incisive and probing interviews on the breaking issues of the day. His role on Q&A capitalises on his ability to tap into the political zeitgeist and keep the discussion focused and on track.

Tony Jones has won pretty much every award an Australian journalist could wish for. He’s covered the seminal news events of the last two decades – from the fall of communism in Eastern Europe, through the collapse of apartheid in South Africa, to the rise of the Taliban and, closer to home, the revelations of sexual abuse in remote Aboriginal communities.
Now with Q&A Tony is embarking on a new kind of inquiry.

He wants to put the Australian public directly in touch with the politicians and playmakers – to give them the opportunity to get some answers, eye to eye.
Public democracy, open dialogue, transparency – it’s what every good journalist strives for.

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