Worksop College is to host the BBC Radio 4 topical discussion show Any Questions? on Friday May 9th and you could be there as part of the audience.
The live show, which is chaired by Jonathan Dimbleby, allows members of the public to challenge politicians, policy makers, writers and thinkers and will be held in the college’s Great Hall.
With a provisional panel that includes Paul Nuttall, Deputy Leader of UKIP, Ken Clarke, Government Minister without portfolio, Natalie Bennett, Leader of The Green Party and Michael Dugher, Vice Chairman of the Labour Party, the evening promises to be one of lively debate and discussion.
Members of the public who would like to be part of the audience on the night should secure their free place by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Places are limited, booking is essential and tickets will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.
Guests can arrive from 6.45pm and should be seated by 7.15pm. Audience participants are invited to submit questions for the panel on the evening, prior to the start of the show. The minimum age for audience members is 14.
The show from college will be broadcast on BBC Radio 4 at 8.02pm and will be repeated on Saturday May 10th at 1:10pm followed by Any Answers at 2pm.
First broadcast in 1948, the Radio 4 programme involves political debate and discussion from a panel of personalities from the world of politics, media and elsewhere.
The programme is broadcast from a different location each week and involves an audience who pose questions on topical issues to four panel members.