BBC to film Question Time in Brighton next week

Posted On 20 Mar 2014 at 11:57 pm

BBC TV is to film Question Time in Brighton next Thursday (27 March).

The panel will include the Labour MP Diane Abbott, Simon Wolfson, the chief executive of high street clothes retailer Next, and Simply Red singer-songwriter Mick Hucknall.

Lord Wolfson is a prominent Conservative supporter and Mick Hucknall – or Mike Hucknall as presenter David Dimbleby referred to him tonight (Thursday 20 March) – is a Labour supporter.

The episode will be the first to have been filmed in Brighton since September 2012, the day after the Liberal Democrat party conference ended.

Two more panel members for next week’s edition – to be filmed at Brighton University – will be confirmed in the coming week.

 

  1. MR Smith Reply

    i recall the last filming in Brighton and the slight problems around the area of St Bartholomew’s Church. so where is it being filmed this time and would the panel discus the traveling community that is currently parked up at Wild Park and not far away i see another load of caravans .. They have just approved an expansion to the permanent pitch at Horsedean this is currently almost full but looking at how many “traveling community are now on the Field at Wildpark i can only think this is going to be an ever increasing issues for any city

  2. MR Smith Reply

    i recall the last filming in Brighton and the slight problems around the area of St Bartholomew’s Church. so where is it being filmed this time and would the panel discus the traveling community that is currently parked up at Wild Park and not far away i see another load of caravans .. They have just approved an expansion to the permanent pitch at Horsedean this is currently almost full but looking at how many “traveling community are now on the Field at Wildpark i can only think this is going to be an ever increasing issues for any city

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