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The Big Questions

BBC One's The Big Questions topical debate show will be broadcasting from Brunel University London on Sunday 3 June and we would like to invite you to be part of the audience.

 

The Big Questions is the BBC's flagship ethical and moral debate programme. It is hosted by the experienced television and radio presenter Nicky Campbell, and airs on Sunday mornings from 10-11am, from locations all around the country. The show addresses tricky moral questions facing the nation today, consulting front row experts and a select studio audience. Beliefs, informed opinions and personal stories are all aired during three lively debates.

As an audience member, you may even get the chance to contribute to the discussions yourself, although due to the number of people in the audience we can't guarantee this. We will be filming our usual live morning show with audience arrival at 8.30am and a pre-recorded Liberal World Order special in the afternoon with audience arrival at 12.30pm.

If you'd like a seat for the live morning broadcast or pre-recorded special then please email: audiencetbq@mentorn.tv or call 0141 611 9630

 

Work experience opportunity Saturday 2 June & Sunday 3 June:

If you would like to apply for the chance to gain valuable work experience on this show, please send your CV to audiencetbq@mentorn.tv

 

To find out more visit BBC One's The big Questions