The chance to grill local politicians and business people on the issues that matter...
(17th February 2011)
Your Questions Offers the West Herts Community the Forum to Make Their Voices Heard.
St Albans, 17 February 2011… Radio Verulam 92.6FM is launching an exciting new programme entitled, ”Your Questions”, a panel discussion similar to BBC’s television programme Question Time, to provide a forum for debate in the community. The first programme will be recorded on the evening of Tuesday, 15th March at the Maltings Arts Theatre in the centre of St Albans starting at 7 pm, followed by the broadcast a few days later.
The programme will be recorded in front of a live studio audience, providing members of the public who live and work in the district with a platform to question a panel of guests about issues affecting the area. The panel itself will comprise a variety of participants, including leaders of Hertfordshire County and St Albans District Councils, MPs, heads of business, educational, charitable and service organisations, members of the media, celebrities and other figureheads whose opinions help to shape what happens in the district.
Presenter of “Your Questions” John Stephenson, said “Radio Verulam is proud to be playing a role in bringing together local residents, businesses and community leaders to debate topics which are important to them. We are really keen to get as wide a representation of local interests in the audience as possible, and I look forward to chairing a lively discussion.”
Radio Verulam has set up a special “Your Questions” section on its website, where guests can reserve their place at the recording and submit questions or feedback in advance of the programme. In addition, there will be an opportunity to submit questions on the evening, prior to recording. All questions will be subject to review and selection by an independent panel before the programme is recorded. Members of the public who attend the recording will have the option to read out their question or have the question read out by the presenter.
Guests will be able to turn up on the night, but Radio Verulam strongly encourages people to pre-register via the website to avoid disappointment as spaces are limited. For Radio Verulam listeners who cannot make the recording or listen to the broadcast, a podcast will be made available.
For more information about the programme and to reserve your seat, follow the link to Your Questions from Radio Verulam’s home page, www.radioverulam.com or you can go direct to: www.radioverulam.co.uk/yourquestions.html.
For further information, please contact: Lori West, tel 07770 918275, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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