Any Questions at Longley Sixth Form

Any Questions at Longley Sixth Form

On 22nd May 2009, Longley Park Sixth Form College will be hosting the popular BBC Radio 4 show ‘Any Questions?’ The show is a topical discussion in which a panel of personalities from the worlds of politics, media and elsewhere are posed questions by a live audience, from a different location each week.

For further information about the show itself, please visit their website

So far, three of the four panellists have been confirmed. These are: Rt Hon. Ed Balls MP (Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families), Rt Hon. Ken Clarke MP (Shadow Business Secretary) and Caroline Lucas MEP (Leader of the Green Party).

Any Questions at Longley Park
7:00pm to 9:15pm Friday 22 May 2009

Free tickets are on general release, on a first come first served basis. Anyone wishing to have a ticket reserved for them should contact the College directly on 0114 262 5757 or email A maximum of two tickets per individual are allowed. Children under the age of 14 are not allowed in the audience. Doors open at 18:45. All guests must be seated by 19:15.

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