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BBC Radio 4’s ‘Any Questions’ to broadcast live from Truro High School

One of the most prestigious radio programmes in the UK is set to broadcast live from Truro High School for Girls this April.

‘Any Questions?’ is the flagship political panel programme that goes out live on Friday evenings at 8pm on BBC Radio 4. It is repeated on Saturday afternoons at 1.10pm.

The broadcast will take place at Truro High on 21 April.

Doors will open at 6.45pm and be closed at 7.15pm so that the Any Questions team can run through a practice question ahead of the broadcast.

The programme was first broadcast in October 1948 and its current chair is Jonathan Dimbleby.

Each week ‘Any Questions?’ visits a different part of the country with a diverse panel of four speakers who answer questions from the audience. The programme provides the opportunity for people to challenge leading politicians, policy makers, writers and thinkers.

Panel members will include figures from the world of politics and media with former Conservative MP Ann Widdecombe already confirmed to appear. Further panel members, and the topics being discussed, will be released nearer the date.

Published by: Grace Kennard
Categorised in: News

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