BBC Radio 4’s Any Questions? will be broadcast live from the University campus on Friday, 1 November 2019 and tickets to attend are available for staff, students or members of the public.
Any Questions? is a topical discussion in which a panel of personalities from the worlds of politics, media and elsewhere are posed questions by the audience.
If you wish to attend please book your ticket at this Eventbrite page: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/bbc-radio-4-any-questions-tickets-72910522335
The visit by Any Questions? to the University marks 20 years of Go Higher, the University’s humanities foundation course for mature students. The Go Higher Diploma is a part-time access programme specifically designed to fit around work or family commitments.
Since it began in 1999 more than 1000 students have successfully completed the Go Higher progamme with many continuing their studies in Liverpool and several students have completed PhDs.
If you wish to attend Any Questions? recording you can also submit a question when signing up for the event. If your question is chosen, you will be required to ask the question live on air. You can also submit questions on the night and you can submit more than one question.
Doors open for the event at 18.45 and guests need to have taken their seats by 19.15.
The programme is broadcast LIVE on BBC Radio 4 at 20.02.
Any Questions? will take place on Friday, 1 November, 18.30 – 21.00 in the Eleanor Rathbone Building. Registration is essential.
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