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Thursday, 11 June 2009

BBC Question Time Live Chat - 11th June 2009

It's BBC Question Time day again (are you as excited as me?) and the Live Chat on this blog will start at 10:30pm.
The panel will include newly appointed Secretary of State for Wales Peter Hain, Conservative shadow communities secretary Caroline Spelman, Liberal Democrat home affairs spokesman Chris Huhne, joint secretary general of Unite Derek Simpson, and director of Global Vision Ruth Lea.

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 did manage to multi-task it 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.

Chat is now finished. We will be back same time next week but in the meantime you can review how this week's one went below:

1 comment:

Cardinal Richelieu's mole said...

Dimbleby is so poor though. Bring back Robin Day is what I say!

QT is an example of being a victim of its own success. The audience is no longer just the ordinary public, but rather those who have allowed themselves to be seduced by the QT phenomenon. The political/infotainement industry guests know this and exploit it.