Thursday, July 7, 2016

aria & award-wining



Tony Jones: [aria; award-wining; oud; virtuoso] Good evening and welcome to Q&A. I'm Tony Jones. Here to answer your question tonight, outspoken Liberal backbencher, Sharman Stone; Aria award-winning oud virtuoso, Joseph Tawadros; iconic iconoclast author, historian and feminist Germaine Greer; Tasmanian Senator, Labor Senator, Lisa Singh, and retired English prison psychiatrist,  now Scholar-in-Residence at the centre for Independent Studies, Theodore Dalrymple. Please welcome our panel. Thank you very much and you can watch Q&A live across Australia on either ABC TV or ABC NEWS 24 and listen on News radio. We've got a lot to talk about. Let's go straight to our first question. It's from Peter Mikhail.


1. a song for one voice, especially in an opera or oratorio;
2. a melody sung solo or as a duet in an opera, oratorio, or cantata;

an award-wining product, business, or person has won a prize or prizes.

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