This pandemic has fast turned this nation into two countries- the states opening up and those locking down. With border closures in place, how do we stay united?
Also, in the time of COVID it is vital we trust our sources of news and information.
Conspiracy theories, fake news and the influence of big tech are all under the microscope. The government is looking to introduce a new code to force tech giants to pay traditional media for news content. Will it help level the playing field and hold digital giants to account?
And we look at a scathing new report on the lack of diversity on Australian TV screens.
Joining Hamish on the panel live:
Barnaby Joyce, Nationals Member for New England
Michelle Rowland, Shadow Communications Minister
Antoinette Lattouf, Journalist and diversity advocate
Niki Savva, Columnist and author
Ziggy Ramo, Musician
Sinead Boucher, Chief executive and owner of Stuff Ltd
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