Tuesday, 3 January 2012

Any Questions? ticket details announced

DETAILS of how to get tickets for a recording of BBC Radio 4’s Any Questions? have been announced.

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The Knowle Society has said members will get priority for the February 17 live broadcast at Arden School.

The society requested the show, where host Jonathan Dimbleby takes questions from the audience to put to a panel of politicians and commentators.

The latest society newsletter says: “A small pool of tickets has to be reserved for representatives of the main political parties and for Arden but after those, members of the society have priority.”

Up to two free tickets are available by letter from Peter Ewin at 46 Chantry Heath Crescent or through anyquestions@knowlesociety.org.uk.

Those who attend have to be there by 6.45pm and can provide questions to the BBC beforehand.


  1. Surely by giving control of ticketing to a largely conservative heritage-focused organisation is going to result in an audience that is not fully representative of the area? I have applied for tickets but if priority is being given to the society's membership I don't expect to get any, which is unfortunate.

  2. I agree with Josh (as opposed to Nick!). I'd hope, at the very least, that some of the VIth Formers from Arden might get a look in...