Political experts will visit Chester when BBC Radio 4’s topical debate programme Any Questions? will be broadcast from the University of Chester.

Visiting a different part of the country each week, Any Questions? provides an opportunity for anyone over the age of 14 to challenge politicians, policy makers, writers and thinkers.

High profile panelists will answer questions from the public on Friday, January 26.

Jonathan Dimbleby presents and chairs the political debate and discussion.

Panelists will include former cabinet minister Stephen Dorrell who now chairs the NHS Confederation as well as the European Movement which campaigns for greater European integration, Frances O' Grady the General Secretary of the TUC who has jointed the new Carillion Taskforce. They'll be joined by the former Labour MP Gisela Stuart who now chairs Change Britain the successor organisation to Vote Leave, and the record producer and entrepreneur Pete Waterman who is also a member of the Cheshire and Warrington Local Enterprise Partnership.

The event will take place in Molloy Hall on the university’s Parkgate Road Campus.