Friday 4 May 20187.15
Any Questions? the popular BBC Radio 4 programme was first broadcast in October 1948, some 31 years after Lady Margaret School was established.
As part of the school’s Centenary celebrations we are delighted to host a live broadcast of the programme from the school hall on Friday 4 May. Doors open at 6.30pm. The event starts with a BBC warm up at 7.30pm before the live broadcast at 8.02 pm. Everybody is welcome: Old Girls, friends, family, neighbours. Bring them along and show them the school 'in action'. Admission is free, but you must have a ticket to ask a question and be part of the audience. Tickets are avilable via Eventbrite here.
Every week the programme visits a different part of the country with a panel of four speakers who answer questions from the audience. The programme provides the opportunity for people to challenge politicians, policy makers, writers and thinkers.
If you have a question you would like to put to the panel (yet to be announced) please remember you must be prepared the ask the question yourself live on air. Follow these instructions (provided by the BBC) and bring your question with you on the night.
The producers need questions from you to make the best programme, so please put in one or more. About the questions:
What’s been in the news this week or what’s happened today?
Questions chosen regularly touch on political, economic, social and moral issues of the day.
As a nationwide broadcast, national or international issues are most likely to be chosen.
Please keep your questions short.
For homework, why not listen to Any Questions? Every Friday BBC Radio 4 at 8.02pm, repeated on Saturday at 1.10pm
Any Answers? gives you a chance to join the debate by calling 03700 100 444 or emailing email@example.com The Twitter hashtag is #Anyquestions
Updated 23 March 2018