THE leading current affairs Radio 4 radio show Any Questions? will visit a Chester high school later this month boasting a panel of political giants.
The Queen's School in City Walls Road, Chester, will be the venue when presenter Jonathan Dimbleby and his BBC radio crew visit the city on Friday, March 26.
The show will be staged in the school hall and the panel will feature out-spoken Labour MP Glenda Jackson and former Chancellor of the Exchequer Norman Lamont, who fought a losing battle to keep Britain inside the European Exchange Rate Mechanism in 1992.
They will be joined on the panel by Chris Woodhead, the Government's former chief inspector of schools, Although no longer in post, Mr Wood-head is still outspoken about issues affecting Britain's classrooms and teachers.
The diversity of the panel is set to make for a lively debate on the issues arising that particular week, with the show broadcast later in the evening.
The school applied to host the show and is now looking for members of the public to join their audience on the night.
Posters have been put up in and around the city asking for interested parties to take part in the evening and to ask questions. Any Questions? will also be recorded at Frodsham Community Centre, Fluin Lane, Frodsham, on Friday, June 18.