University of East London to host BBC Radio 4’s Any Questions at Docklands campus

PUBLISHED: 19:00 20 November 2018

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Jonathan Dimbleby presents the programme Any Questions. Picture: BBC

BBC Radio 4 presenter Jonathan Dimbleby presents the programme Any Questions. Picture: BBC

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The University of East London will be among the first to host a filmed broadcast of the BBC Radio 4 show Any Questions.

The programme chaired by veteran presenter Jonathan Dimbleby will be held in the main lecture theatre at UEL’s Docklands campus.

A UEL spokesman said: “Tickets are up for grabs for members of the public to join students and staff for this engaging occasion.”
The UEL episode of Any Questions will be one of the first aired on TV with plans to show it on BBC Parliament TV two days after the live recording, which starts at 8.02pm on November 30.

A panel including McMafia author Misha Glenny, shadow treasury minister Clive Lewis MP and Money Week editor in chief Merryn Somerset Webb will discuss current affairs.

Anyone interested in getting a ticket should email with their name.

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