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BBC’s Big Questions returns to Bristol

The Big Questions, BBC1’s topical ethical debate show, is now starting its fourth series and will be broadcasting again live from Bristol on the morning of Sunday January 23rd 2011. It’s producers are inviting visitors to the PrideWest website 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 live on Sunday mornings from locations all around the country. The show addresses tricky moral questions facing the nation today, consulting panellists, 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 it can’t always be guaranteed.

If you would like a seat in the audience, please contact Gill Brown as soon as possible, making sure to leave a contact phone number, on gbrown@mentorn.tv or 0141 422 6237. If you are applying for more than one ticket, please include names and contact details for all the people interested in attending

We regret that the Pridewest website will close on 31st March 2020, unless further funding for it’s maintenance can be found.

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