TheCarousel.com is proud to announce its newest digital TV Series, Cut To The Chase. Hosted by two of Australia’s most dynamic social commentators, Adam Boland and Suzanne Mostyn.
Cut to the Chase is an this irreverent, informative and fun ‘He said, She said’ take on everyday issues that touch us all. Excited about the launch, The Carousel Publisher Robyn Foyster says: “Adam and Suzanne are both fabulous personalities with strong opinions. Well versed in politics and popular culture, they have their fingers on the pulse. They are not afraid to say exactly what they think and have always been quick to cut to the chase. I love the chemistry they share on screen, and you can see it comes from a genuine foundation of friendship.”
Adam Boland, author of the upcoming book ‘Brekky Central’ said of Cut To The Chase: “Suzanne and I go a long way back so we don’t need much of a reason to have a chinwag, but Robyn gave us one anyway.”
Suzanne Mostyn, an established media voice, said: “I’m all about chewing the fat. I think it’s how we make sense of our challenges, the world and our place in it. Adam and I have always had lively and robust discussions about all things mundane and monumental off- camera, so now it’s great to have the opportunity to sit down together with TheCarousel.com audience.”
Shot at the Canberra QT Hotel and airing regularly on www.thecarousel.com Cut To The Chase launches off the back of the success of TheCarousel.com’s Moral Maze segment chaired by Psychologist Jo Lamble, which focuses on women’s issues.
Here in the first of the series, Adam and Suzanne cover the controversial topic of university fees currently causing national debate.
Will the proposal to allow universities to regulate their own fees benefit the tertiary education sector, or simply disadvantage the students themselves, in particular those from lower income areas? While the decision is pending in Senate, our Cut To The Chase commentators discuss the cost to the students, but also to Australia as a country.
Tell us your thoughts on this thorny issue. Will it affect you or your child from considering a university education?
And stay tuned for more Cut To The Chase segments with a range of upcoming topics from ‘conversations all parents should have with their sons’ to ‘discrimination in the supermarket’.
If you have any issues you’d like us to cover let us know in the comments below or email us at email@example.com. We want to hear and get to grips with issues that matter to you.