Colin Craig talks about himself and his Conservative Party's priorities in today's Hot Seat, the second in a series of interviews of political leaders ahead of the September 20 election.

The interview panel is NewstalkZB host Rachel Smalley, Herald columnists Toby Manhire and Fran O'Sullivan, and political editor Audrey Young.

Read more:
Internet Mana: We're one mean bunch
Election 2014: Full coverage here

The Internet-Mana leadership team, Hone Harawira and Laila Harre, kicked off the series yesterday. Tomorrow you can see Act leader Jamie Whyte.


What follows is an index of the subjects discussed.
1m 06s National's no-deal and getting to 5 per cent.

3m 08s Dealing with Labour

4m 26s Wackiness just a phase

5m 41s "Crazy" ads and litigiousness

8m 15s Time to harden up?

10m 01s Sugar daddy to own party

12m 07s Binding Referenda

13m 00s Wealthy but frugal

14m 27s Religious status

17m 33s Differences between Conservatives and NZ First

22m 55s Referendum on binding referenda

26m 29s Smacking law

27m 26s Gay marriage

29m 13s Homosexuality

30m 25s Political correctness, "'sorry' for being a man," domestic violence,

34m 06s The sale of Lochinver station to Shanghai Pengxin

39m 33s Impact of immigration, "New Zealand-ness."

42m 27s Treaty of Waitangi, Maori seats

47m 38s Christine Rankin in Epsom

49m 24s Reasons to vote Conservative

YESTERDAY: Internet Mana's Hone Harawira and Laila Harre
TOMORROW: Act's Jamie Whyte

* The Colin Craig interview took place on Thursday August 7, 2014.