Radio 4 coming to Wisbech Grammar School with prestigious programme
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An edition of BBC Radio 4’s ‘Any questions’ programme being staged at Wisbech Grammar School will help to put the town in the national spotlight on the eve of the general election.
The weekly topical discussion programme in which personalities from the worlds of politics and the media are posed questions by an audience will be broadcast from the school on Friday, May 1 in the final edition before the general election.
The panel is set to include Labour’s shadow business secretary, Chuka Umunna, and the deputy leader of the UK Independence Party, Paul Nuttall.
In a usual week the programme, which is broadcast live on Friday evenings and repeated on Saturdays, attracts an audience of around 1.5 million, with the majority of the audience tuning in to hear the recorded version the next day.
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