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Any Questions? at Aston University
Just weeks before the most hotly contested General Election in generations, Aston University will host a live broadcast of heavy hitting political show ‘Any Questions?’ on Friday 20 March.
Chaired by Jonathan Dimbleby, the programme features a panel of leading political and public figures being asked pressing questions by an audience made up of the general public. It has a regular weekly audience of 1.5m people.
The show is your chance to ask experts and key decision makers questions about the most important issues of the day. The panel are never shown any of the questions in advance.
Any Questions? at Aston University is free and open for everyone to attend on a first come, first served basis. Doors open at 6.30pm. Please note that we ask you take your seat by 7.30pm at the latest. As the show is broadcast live no late entries are allowed.
Please note that we will post a hard copy ticket to you, therefore you must provide us with your address. If you are a current Aston staff member, please enter your office or room number instead of your home address.
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Please note that the minimum age for audience members is 14.
About the questions
You will be able to submit your questions (paper copy) on the day of the show via a collection box. There is no limit on the number of questions you can put in. Make sure your name is added to any extra questions you write. You will be given a copy of your question if it is selected for the programme.
Questions should be focussed around what’s been in the news this week or the day of recording. Questions chosen regularly touch on political, economic, social and moral issues of the day. As a nationwide broadcast, national or international issues are most likely to be chosen.
Please keep your questions short.
On the day
Please arrive from 6.30pm and take your seat by 7.30pm. The BBC warm-up begins at 7.30pm. Any Questions? is broadcast LIVE on BBC Radio 4 at 8.02pm. Important: we need questions from you to make the best programme, so please put in one or more. You must be prepared to ask the question yourself on air.