Thoughts on politics and life from a liberal perspective

Thursday, 4 June 2009

BBC Question Time Live Chat - 4th June 2009

It's BBC Question Time day again and the Live Chat on this blog will start at 10:30pm.

The panel will include Leader of the House of Lords Jan Royall, Conservative shadow secretary of state for defence Liam Fox, former leader of the Liberal Democrats Paddy Ashdown, journalist and historian Sir Max Hastings, and someone called Fiona Phillips.

You can also follow people's comments on Twitter via the #bbcqt hashtag (you can also follow me here on Twitter by the way - I will try to join in the tweets too although I largely failed last week!).

Liberal Democrat Voice also always have an open thread for BBC Question Time which is usually posted just before the start of the programme.

The chat has now finished for this week. It was a bit of a strange one as the main news of the evening, James Purnell's resignation broke too late for it to have been included in the pre-recorded programme but an interesting chat all the same. you can review it below.


Jennie Rigg said...

the hard-coded text colour is just a consequence of you using that bag of arse CoverItLive, and not something you are planning to introduce as a permanent feature?

love from

Your friendly neighbourhood Curmudgeon.

Mark Thompson said...

Je ne comprende pas when you talk about hard-coded text colour. Could you clarify?

i am only using CIL because I saw someone else use it a while back and it seemed to do the job. Please feel free to suggest a different one and I will be happy to take a look.

Mark Thompson said...

Oh, and also please feel free to come along an shout about the crapness of CIL during the chat tonight :)