MP Marlene Farrugia believes she can still get elected to parliament without the Forza Nazzjonali coalition.
Film legend Peter Greenaway thinks old people like him should get out of the way.
And Graffitti activist Victoria Pisani does not exclude interrupting future Planning Authority meetings if need be.
Activists, politicians, decision-makers, and people with a story to tell were among those who sat for the weekly Times Talk interview in 2018.
Presented by Herman Grech, Vanessa Macdonald and Bertrand Borg, Times Talk hosts a different guest for the programme uploaded on Times of Malta every Wednesday.
Watch the episodes:
Alfred Sant on Malta's corruption critics
Claudette Buttigieg on the PN's prospects
Alfred Baldacchino on the destruction of trees
Ira Losco on Malta's racism problem
Jose Herrera on the state of the environment
Julia Farrugia Portelli on 16-year-old voters
Peter Greenaway on art and his own death
Victoria Pisani on environmental activism
Johann Buttigieg on the Planning Authority
John Cachia on online addiction
George Galloway on populism and Libya
Douglas Salt on the real estate market
Marlene Farrugia on the PD's political clout
Michael Farrugia on the police force
Rania Ali Mustafa on her escape from Syria
Edward Scicluna on Malta's economy
Clyde Caruana on foreign workers
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