9 Jun 2017

The Panel with Finlay MacDonald and Clarke Gayford (Part 2)

From The Panel, 4:05 pm on 9 June 2017

Neighbours at war use waves as ammo. What the Panelists Finlay MacDonald and Clarke Gayford want to talk about. A convicted murderer is getting $3500 after his rights were breached when he was denied access to his toupee. US political scientist Gary Jacobson says there is no evidence from the Comey hearings so far that Trump has done anything illegal, and it is unlikely to lead to impeachment. An Australian university venue is being used to host Christine Cronau who advocates foods high in saturated fat. Fans are feeling ripped-off after Boney M played a 50 minute concert. Saudi Arabia's football team has come in for criticism for not observing a minute's silence in honour of the terrorist victims in London.

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