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Q+A is back

Q+A is back

16th March 2011

Paul Holmes and Guyon Espiner return to co-host TVNZ’s flagship political programme in this crucial election year along with Victoria University’s Dr Jon Johansson who will lead the panel of expert political analysts.

The new series of Q+A kicks off with a feature interview at 9am this Sunday with Prime Minister, John Key, looking at our new world after the earthquakes.

We have a television exclusive with renowned author, film-maker and political campaigner Tariq Ali, about the jasmine revolutions in the Middle-East, what has sparked them and what’s likely to emerge to replace the dictatorships. Tariq is visiting NZ and will be live in the Q+A studio on Sunday morning.

Q+A returns to its usual slot – LIVE on TV ONE 9-10am Sundays.


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The 2011 Q+A Team – Dr Jon Johansson, Paul Holmes & Guyon Espiner

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