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EXCLUSIVE sneak peek at Ita Buttrose’s revamped ABC line-up

Ita plans, inter alia, to replace all existing weekend programming with Midsomer Murders.

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.

Razer: Q&A dresses up narcissism and calls it democracy

If you're wondering if Monday nights have changed, it's just business as usual: "A group of people fresh from the Qantas Club Lounge think about themselves, and the medium they inhabit in that moment, as democracy itself," writes Helen Razer.

Crikey Worm: tax wars

Good morning, early birds. Businesses and unions go head to head over corporate tax cuts. Plus, Trump's bloviating creates unusual bedfellows. It's the news you need to know, with Max Chalmers.

Five times Q&A audience members spoke for the nation in 2017

The audience members continued to standout across Q&A's 2017 season, often outshining the panelists themselves. Here are Crikey's look back at the most memorable five.

Razer: we finally reached peak Q&A

This week's Q&A episode on marriage equality was billed as a “debate” and was boiled down to its noisome essence. Which is to say, it said things that have been already said and said.

Vanstone on Abdel-Magied: a case study of an illiberal liberal

Amanda Vanstone's Monday column in The Age manages to be the worst thing in the paper, a ramble about Yassmin Abdel-Magied.

Rundle: Oz’s culture warriors somehow link ‘ferrdom’ from 18c to Abdel-Magied’s Q&A appearance

It's an endlessly fascinating question as to whether Oriel, Planet and the leader writers are hypocritical or simply stupid and confused, unable to accept the real contradictions of the right's liberal-conservative fusion.

We could get 15,000 signatures to ban Gerard Henderson from <em>Insiders</em>. Easy.

News Corp throws stones over Yassmin Abdel-Magied petition

We could get 15,000 signatures to ban Gerard Henderson from Insiders. Easy.

The Australian declares war on Yassmin Abdel-Magied, misses the point again

For some reason, Caroline Overington, in her attacks on Yassmin Abdel-Magied in The Australian, cannot seem to understand this whole idea of soft diplomacy.