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31 Mawrth 2008
BBC Radio 4's popular discussion programme ‘Any Questions?’ will be broadcast live from Cardiff University (Friday 4 April).
Cardiff Business School and the Institute of Welsh Affairs will welcome presenter Jonathan Dimbleby and a panel of representatives from the four main political parties.
The panel will include Welsh Assembly Government First Minister Rhodri Morgan, Cheryl Gillian, MP, Shadow Welsh Secretary, Helen Mary Jones, AM, Plaid Cymru and Evan Harris, MP, Liberal Democrats.
Professor Bob McNabb, Dean of the Cardiff Business School said: "Staff and students at the University constantly influence and engage with topical current affairs issues as part of our teaching and research. I’m certain this will be reflected in a lively Any Questions? debate here at the School."
Members of the audience are invited to play a positive role in the broadcast and think about topical issues beforehand and what questions they might ask. The BBC is looking for questions on the most stimulating moral, political and social issues of the day. Questions can be submitted up the last minute and there is no limit to the number of questions individual people can submit.
The recording will take place on Friday 4 April 2008, 7.00pm, at Cardiff Business School, in the Julian Hodge Lecture Theatre, Julian Hodge Building, Colum Drive, Cardiff, CF10 3EU
A limited number of free tickets are available. Please contact Julie Mein, Conference and Events Organiser, Cardiff Business School Tel: (0)29 2087 5731 Email: MeinJA@cardiff.ac.uk
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