Presenter Chris Mason, BBC Political Correspondent, puts questions from the audience to the panel of 4 speakers – all people prominent in politics, policy-making or current affairs.
First broadcast in 1948, Any Questions? visits a different part of the UK every week. The audience submits questions on the day of the broadcast and these are then sifted by the producer who selects ten questions across a range of subjects. Normally, four to six of them are included in the actual broadcast. One of the stringent and unchanging rules of Any Questions? is that the panel never sees the questions in advance; the panellists hear them for the first time at the same moment the audience in the theatre and at home does.
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