Wednesday 4 February 2009

Nigel Farage on Question Time Tomorrow

Question Time, the BBC's premier political debate programme chaired by David Dimbleby, will be from Dunstable on Thursday 5th of February. BBC1 at at 10.35pm.

The panel will include the Transport Secretary Geoff Hoon, conservative shadow work and pensions secretary Theresa May, the leader of the UK Independence Party Nigel Farage MEP, singer and actor Will Young, and director of Liberty Shami Chakrabarti.

The panels profiles can be found here

For those of you who missed it.


Daniel1979 said...

Farage vs Hoon vs Chakrabarti.

This will make up for last weeks dismal programme.

May I recommend Bias BBC blog for an excellent live blogging session of QT and This Week. Makes it easier to watch.

Anonymous said...

Only the 3 people on the bottom row and the person 1st left on the top row have anything of relevance to say to the British people. PMQs today showed how irrelevant all of our so called 'representatives' in Parliament really are. None could properly discuss EU law and how it sabotages the ordinary individual. Roll on the Euro elections.
EU is dangerous for the entire world. Obama is trying to help the American people who elected him and the EU are threatening to scupper his economic plans that Americans voted on.

Ted said...

AProlefrom1984 have you joined UKIP yet =D

The Pub Consultancy Service said...

Lets hope he is allowed to speak. Paxman the other night certainly made live difficult for him.

However 3 may stream slots in a couple of weeks is good for the party.