Guyon Espiner, Lisa Owen, Tim Watkin and Scott Campbell guide you through the maze of politics to Election 2020, with frank and forthright discussion.
Explaining The Red Tide: Kiwis hug Jacinda back as Labour breaks records
The crew open their envelopes and reveal their picks, as they make sense of Labour's govern-alone victory, National's much-needed rebuild, the return of te Pati Maori and the Greens' delight in the face of powerlessness
Wealth, weight, winners and the dumbest thing I’ve ever heard
Two days out, we hear surprise calls on wealth taxes and obesity and the Caucus crew debate the seats to watch, highs and lows, winners and losers. And we put our picks in an envelope.
Collins & Peters on thin ice as Ardern finds her feet
The New Zealand First Foundation in court, Judith Collins pays a price on Ponsonby Rd, Jacinda Ardern finds some form & a chance for Te Pati Maori.
Collins goes vote plucking, while Peters makes 'last stand'
Caucus rates a fired-up leaders' debate as Collins looks to bring voters 'home', while Winston Peters rages as he's 'exonerated'.
Sending out the political assassins as National shoots itself in the foot
With eight days, 18 hours, two minutes and 10 seconds until voting starts, party leaders are calling up hit-jobs as they scrap for their political lives. Plus, the debate debacles, ACT's rise and National's steady run of own goals.
Gulliver's Election... and is Labour angling to govern alone?
Welcome to the recession, with giant debt, spending and unemployment that make previous campaigns look like Lilliput. How are New Zealand First are trying to recover & does Labour really want to govern alone?
Good lively analysis
Good lively analysis and covers a good number of topics. Just want to hear more Scott and Lisa and less Tim interrupting. Would benefit from clearer chairing to allow all four clever voices 🙂
Great fun. I’d love to hear a bit more of what’s going on in contested seats and Māori seats.
A pretty good political podcast from some very good journalists. My only gripe is that Guyon and Tim need to differentiate their voices better.