The Panel

Friday 24 June 2016, with Jim Mora

The Panel pre-show for 24 June 2016

3:45 PM.Your feedback, and a preview of the guests and topics on The Panel.

The Panel with Dita de Boni and Joe Bennett (Part 1)

4:05 PM.Topics - It's down to the wire in the UK referendum on whether to leave the European Union. British ex-pat Abigail Simpson has been keeping an eye on the referendum results. Economics professor Dr Christoph Schumacher discusses what's panicked the markets and the economic impact of Brexit.

The Panel with Dita de Boni and Joe Bennett (Part 2)

4:06 PM.Topics - Scientists have discovered infectious cancers in three mussels, clams and cockles. Another live update from the UK on the EU referendum. Daisy Postlethwaite joins us with her take on the referendun vote. The Panel talks to Simon Walker - a New Zealander living in the UK. He's the director general of the Institute of Directors there.

Brexit nail biter update from London

4:08 PM.It's down to the wire in the UK referendum on whether to leave the European Union. Natalie Powell is our London correspondent.

Panel Intro

4:10 PM.What the Panelists Dita de Boni and Joe Bennett have been up to.

British ex-pat reaction to the Brexit vote

4:20 PM.British ex-pat Abigail Simpson has been keeping an eye on the referendum results.

What does Brexit mean for the UK economy and NZ's?

4:28 PM.Economics professor Dr Christoph Schumacher discusses what's panicked the markets and the economic impact of Brexit.

Contagious cancer in sea creatures

4:32 PM.Scientists have discovered infectious cancers in three mussels, clams and cockles.

Panel Says

4:38 PM.What the Panelists Dita de Boni and Joe Bennett have been thinking about.

Brexit update from London

4:40 PM.Another live update from the UK on the EU referendum. Natalie Powell joins us again from London.

British ex-pat reaction to Brexit vote

4:45 PM.Daisy Postlethwaite joins us with her take on the referendun vote.

NZ-expat in London reacts to Brexit vote

4:52 PM.The Panel talks to Simon Walker - a New Zealander living in the UK. He's the director general of the Institute of Directors there.