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Visit to BBC Radio 4's 'Any Questions?'

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Visit to BBC Radio 4's 'Any Questions?'

On Friday evening a group of politics students with two staff visited the live recording of BBC Radio 4's 'Any Questions?' in Bradford. The 14 upper sixth politics students found the visit interesting and engaging - "it was both educational and extremely enjoyable, a great trip out to Bradford with the best people and staff!"

It was a special programme to mark its 75th anniversary and the audience was made up of under 18s. The panel was made up of MPs, a youth climate activist and a young entrepreneur; with topics ranging from the crisis in the Middle East to the housing crisis, as well as what advice the panellists would give to their younger selves.

The visit was enjoyed by both staff and students, politics teacher Kevin says the group "had a terrific time. It was fascinating to see the way the BBC produces these live broadcasts and to be able to take part ourselves. The students enjoyed the experience!"

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