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The Saturday Quiz

Plans For Your Good: A Prime Minister's Testimony of God's Faithfulness with David Marr and Sean Kelly

Season 5, Ep. 14

Sean Kelly and David Marr are two of the sharpest minds in the country writing about politics and unflinchingly examining our history and national character. They are both appearing at the Melbourne Writers Festival on the panel discussion Year in Review: Australian Politics with Laura Tingle and Michael Williams to talk about the year in Australian politics and consider what lies ahead.

But do they know the marketing tagline for AAMI Insurance?

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