First up this week Guyon is talking to Local Government Minister Rodney Hide about the Auckland super city, smacking and climate change. The Act leader has been at the heart of several controversies this week.
Then Guyon talks to Manukau mayor Len Brown about plans for the Auckland super city.
After the New Zealand First AGM on Saturday, Paul Holmes will interview Winston Peters about his future and the party's ambitions.
And on the panel we have Auckland University political scientist Raymond Miller standing in for Therese Arseneau. He will be joined by Unite union leader Matt McCarten and Rodney mayor and former Act MP Penny Webster.