This Week On Q+A: Key, Norman, Korea
This Week On Q+A
SUNDAY 14TH APRIL, 9AM
On Q+A this Sunday, is the Prime Minister
suffering from second-term-itis? We speak to John Key about
his China trip… a trip overshadowed by domestic spy
Also on the programme, stuck in traffic? Is a rail
loop the answer to Auckland’s choked-up traffic? Greens
co-leader Russel Norman on how he’ll convince Aucklanders
to leave the car at home.
And as tensions rise on the
Korean Peninsula, we hear what’s really driving the North
Korean leader’s threats of war.
On the panel this week,
Victoria University political scientist Dr Jon Johansson,
International Trade Expert Professor Jane Kelsey, and NZ
Herald columnist Fran O’Sullivan, who’s
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