26 MAY 2014
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Next Thursday (29 May 22:35) Question Time, the BBC TV’s foremost political debate programme, is coming direct from the spectacular departures area of the yet to be opened Queen's Terminal at Heathrow (see COMMENT). It is something of a coupe for the airport. This preview does come with something of a Health Warning as clearly you will not agree with some of those on the panel putting across their views. David Dimbleby is in charge with Piers Morgan one of the panellists and also Joey Barton, a footballer with a certain reputation. Why Piers Morgan? One can only assume because he is a regular traveller. And as for Mr Barton, who knows? He must have a good publicist.
Question Time Editor, Nicolai Gentchev, said: “The new Heathrow Terminal 2 will be a spectacular setting for Question Time. After recent programmes from historic locations such as St Paul’s Cathedral and Westminster Hall in Parliament, we are looking forward to going to a huge workplace through which millions of people will travel.”
To apply for a seat in the audience you can register your question at www.bbc.co.uk/questiontime
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