BBC One to broadcast live from York next weekend – and you can take part

York host – Nicky Campbell. Photograph: BBC/Jon Super
2 Apr 2018 @ 7.28 pm
| Entertainment

The big issues of the day are to be debated live on TV in York this weekend – and you can be a part of it.

Discussion show The Big Questions will come live from Manor CE Academy between 10am-11am on Sunday (April 8).

Hosted by Nicky Campbell, the programme debates moral, ethical and religious issues.

A spokesman for The Big Questions told YorkMix:

It is hosted by the experienced television and radio presenter Nicky Campbell, and airs live on Sunday mornings from 10am-11am and from locations all around the country.

The show addresses tricky moral questions facing the nation today, consulting front row experts and a select studio audience. Beliefs, informed opinions and personal stories are all aired during the lively debates.

NHS debate

The show will come from Manor CE Academy. Photograph: Manor Academy on Twitter

As well as the live show, the team will also be pre-recording a one hour special on whether the NHS is fit for purpose the same afternoon.

They are looking for people to be in the audience and take part in the debates.

The show in progress. Photograph: BBC

“We want to fairly represent the people of York and the surrounding areas so we would love it if this opportunity could be shared as far and wide as possible,” the spokesman said.

If you would like to be in the live TV audience: