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Why power likes to play the victim

Why power likes to play the victim

Speaking truth to power is difficult enough. But as human rights lawyer Diana Sayed discovered on Q&A this week, when power plays the victim card it becomes practically impossible.

Q&A, Julian Assange, and angry white men

Q&A, Julian Assange, and angry white men

Crikey readers discuss Julian Assange, politicians avoiding Q&A, and the election of people like Mark Latham.

Which major party politicians are avoiding Q&A?

Which major party politicians are avoiding Q&A?

We take a look at the stats: who's on high rotation at the national broadcaster, and who is steering clear completely?

Changing of the guard at the ABC as high profile presenters retire

Changing of the guard at the ABC as high profile presenters retire

With prime hosting gigs soon to open at Insiders, Q&A and ABC radio, who will the ABC be considering for its next generation of star hosts?

Channel Nine doesn’t pay sources, it just gives them money

Channel Nine doesn’t pay sources, it just gives them money

Emma Alberici learns some Twitter maths, George Christensen is back in the media, and Q&A wants some of that YouTube cred.

Liberal Party’s woman problem set to emerge on Q&A tonight

Liberal Party’s woman problem set to emerge on Q&A tonight

For the first time in months, female panelists will dominate Q&A. They should have plenty to talk about too.

Q&A sums up the hopelessness of modern politics

Q&A sums up the hopelessness of modern politics

One only needs to have watched last night's Q&A to see that liberal democracy is unwell.

Media Adviser: a dummy’s guide to booking panels

Media Adviser: a dummy’s guide to booking panels

How do you organise a panel on a controversial subject without causing a national outrage? Rebekah Holt offers advice in a brand new column.

Waterstreet off Q&A panel … AAP closes NZ wire service … Seven West Media under water …

Waterstreet off Q&A panel … AAP closes NZ wire service … Seven West Media under water …

Sydney barrister Charles Waterstreet's controversial appearance on a special Q&A panel discussing the #MeToo movement has been scrapped.