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Following our success in the Rotary Youth Speaks Competition last year, we have worked on our debating skills with middle schools and hosted a summer event with Selwood and Oakfield, which we hope to replicate this summer. We also ran an Able & Ambitious public speaking event, and came 2nd out of 22 regional schools in the national organisation PIXL’s debating competition.

With all this success and enthusiasm for public debate, we are delighted to be offered the opportunity to host the BBC’s Question Time in March.

The BBC’s political show, known for its topical and lively debates, invites guests from the world of politics and media, to answer questions from members of the public. Fiona Bruce, who took over from David Dimbleby in December, now hosts the show. Frome College students interested in the technical side of TV or Politics have been invited to watch the set up and rehearsal process, including a Q&A session with the Director prior to the show.

Question Time will be broadcast from our campus Merlin Theatre on Thursday 21 March, just days before Britain is due to leave the EU. The audience can ask questions to be considered for the programme. 

You can apply on line to be in the audience of panellists by visiting the BBC’s website via this link: www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/articles/5vyK2GwYrdQGFvCJyKNfZhn/join-the-question-time-audience/contact
 

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