The Panel

Monday 30 March 2015, with Jim Mora

Audio from Monday 30 March 2015

  • The Panel pre-show for 30 March 2015 ( 13′ 17″ )

    15:46 Your feedback, and a preview of the guests and topics on The Panel.

  • The Panel with Bernard Hickey and Penny Ashton (Part 1) ( 25′ 12″ )

    16:07 What the Panelists Bernard Hickey and Penny Ashton have been up to. Political scientist Dr Bryce Edwards joins the Panel for the post mortem on the Northland by-election. The Cricket World Cup is over - former NZ cricketer Glen Turner talks sledging and Australian cricketers with the Panel. Rents are up in Auckland. Where will this lead the city?

  • Intro ( 2′ 57″ )

    16:07 What the Panelists Bernard Hickey and Penny Ashton have been up to.

  • Winston Peters by election win ( 10′ 00″ )

    16:10 Political scientist Dr Bryce Edwards joins the Panel for the post mortem on the Northland by-election.

  • Cricket World Cup final ( 9′ 09″ )

    16:20 The Cricket World Cup is over - former NZ cricketer Glen Turner talks sledging and Australian cricketers with the Panel.

  • Rent hikes ( 2′ 58″ )

    16:29 Rents are up in Auckland. Where will this lead the city?

  • The Panel with Bernard Hickey and Penny Ashton (Part 2) ( 24′ 41″ )

    16:35 Money - not just coins, but also banknotes - feels cold. What the Panelists Penny Ashton and Bernard Hickey have been thinking about. International media's noted our Prime Minister chose the cricket over the state funeral for the founding Prime Minister of Singapore Lee Kuan Yew. Our Governor General went in his place. We talk to Dr Robert Ayson the director of the Centre for Strategic Studies at Victoria University about the decision. The Panelists discuss the message embodied in Cinderella.

  • Cold hard cash ( 6′ 38″ )

    16:35 Money - not just coins, but also banknotes - feels cold

  • Panel says ( 5′ 58″ )

    16:35 What the Panelists Penny Ashton and Bernard Hickey have been thinking about.

  • John Key a no-show at Lee Kuan Yew funeral ( 7′ 58″ )

    16:48 International media's noted our Prime Minister chose the cricket over the state funeral for the founding Prime Minister of Singapore Lee Kuan Yew. Our Governor General went in his place. We talk to Dr Robert Ayson the director of the Centre for Strategic Studies at Victoria University about the decision.

  • John Key a no-show at Lee Kuan Yew funeral ( 7′ 58″ )

    16:48 International media's noted our Prime Minister chose the cricket over the state funeral for the founding Prime Minister of Singapore Lee Kuan Yew. Our Governor General went in his place. We talk to Dr Robert Ayson the director of the Centre for Strategic Studies at Victoria University about the decision.

  • Cinderella ( 7′ 58″ )

    16:57 With the new Cinderella movie on NZ screens here's another online discussion right now - more than one columnist here.