Here's the blurb from the TVNZ7 site:
On the panel: ACT MP and Leader Rodney Hide, Green MP and Co-Leader Metiria Turei, Labour MP Clayton Cosgrove, Maori MP and Maori Party Whip Te Ururoa Flavell, and National MP and Leader of the House Gerry Brownlee.They'll also be talking about crime, tourism and Michael Jackson.
Pay equality: Tuesday's Pay Equality at Parliament highlights that on average women are paid around 12% less than men.
In solidarity several Wellington businesses are offering a 12% discount to women only - including The Backbencher Pub.
Why are women still facing this inequality in 2009, especially considering New Zealand was the first country to give women a vote?
What are the ways that we can ensure equal pay for equal work? It's been 36 years since equal pay legislation, but still the earning gap exists. With many people not knowing what their co-workers earn, many women may not know they are paid less. So how do we create transparency? Is it time to punish the offenders?
It's repeated on Friday night at 9.10pm, and also on Thursday and Saturday nights at 12.10pm for you night owls. Once it's gone up on TVNZ On Demand I'll post about it.