The Panel

Friday 22 May 2015, with Jim Mora

The Panel pre-show for 22 May 2015

15:45 Your feedback, and a preview of the guests and topics on The Panel.

The Panel with Chris Gallavin and Catherine Robertson (Part 1)

16:05 Reaction to the Budget from the Panelists, ISIS has made big gains in Iraq and NZ troops won't be brought home because of them and whether a classroom is a public place is being decided by a judge in Auckland in the case of a teacher caught masturbating.

The Panel with Chris Gallavin and Catherine Robertson (Part 2)

16:07 We talk to former Eurovision producer Dominic Smith about Australia's chances and Lawyer Lecretia Seales has had her final day at work. Lecretia is asking the High Court to uphold her right to die at the time of her choosing.

Panel Intro

16:08 What the Panelists Chris Gallavin and Catherine Robertson have been up to.

Budget 2015

16:14 Reaction to the Budget from the Panelists.

ISIS and Islam

16:18 ISIS has made big gains in Iraq and NZ troops won't be brought home because of them. Alexander Gillespie of the University of Waikato joins the Panel to discuss what's happening in places like Palmyra.

Public places

16:28 Whether a classroom is a public place is being decided by a judge in Auckland in the case of a teacher caught masturbating.

Eurovision

16:35 We talk to former Eurovision producer Dominic Smith about Australia's chances.

Panel says

16:44 What the Panelists Chris Gallavin and Catherine Robertson have been thinking about.

Right to die

16:52 Lawyer Lecretia Seales has had her final day at work. Lecretia is asking the High Court to uphold her right to die at the time of her choosing.