Do you have a burning question about our great city?
Well now’s your chance to put it to a panel of experts at a new event called Ask York.
And it’s being held in the best place for a lively debate – a great York pub.
Ask York is a new discussion show from community radio station Two Rivers Radio tackling the burning issues affecting the city.
“Each month, we will put together a panel of local politicians, journalists, campaigners, business-people, academics and experts in all manner of fields to be quizzed by a live audience,” said station manager Jez Russell.
“This is your opportunity to ask questions of those in the city that are making and affecting the decisions we as a community all have to live with and to hear all sides of many contentious debates.”
Meet the panel
Angel On The Green, Bishopthorpe Road
Wed Jan 24 @ 8.30pm
This month’s show is being recorded at the Angel On The Green on Bishopthorpe Road.
The panel includes:
- Former Conservative city councillor and business owner Paul Healey
- Kate Pickett, University of York champion for research on justice and equality, and deputy director of the centre for future health
- Leader of the My Castle Gateway project and heritage expert Helen Graham
- Indie businessman and community activist Pete Kilbane
There is seating for around 30 people.
“This is your opportunity to ask questions of those in the city that are making and affecting the decisions we as a community all have to live with and to hear all sides of many contentious debates,” said Jez.
Topics might include housing, business rates, students, alcohol licencing, local services, the use of public space, creating a Yorkshire Assembly “or anything else” he said.
The show will be broadcast on Two Rivers the following Monday, January 29, at 2pm.
So head along for a drink and a debate.