A chance to put a question to a panel of speakers on live radio is here!
Newcastle Community Cinema is hosting the live broadcast of BBC Radio 4’s Any Questions? on the evening of 17 September 2021.
Presenter Chris Mason, BBC Political Correspondent, will put questions from the audience to the panel of 4 speakers – all people prominent in politics, policy-making or current affairs.
Tickets are free and available to the public online from www.newcastlecinema.org/whatson/bbc-radio-4-any-questions or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. NCC is running the event with a lower seating capacity to allow for social distancing, so tickets are limited.
Any Questions? was first broadcast in 1948 and every week it visits a different part of the UK with a panel of 4 speakers. The audience submits questions on the night of the broadcast.
The programme is broadcast live on BBC Radio 4 on Friday evenings following the 8pm news and is repeated on Saturday at 1.10pm, followed at 2.00pm by Any Answers? – the phone-in programme which gives listeners a chance to join in the debate by calling or e-mailing Anita Anand.
Doors open at 6.30pm and close to latecomers at 7.30pm. Newcastle Community Cinema is located at 34 Main Street, Newcastle.
NCC’s COVID-19 policy requires audience members to wear a mask while moving through the building, but not while seated and to submit a phone number or email address for contact tracing.
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Newcastle Community Cinema, St Mary’s Hall Main Street, Newcastle BT33 0AD