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BBC's The Big Questions is coming to Cambridge on Sunday, and is looking for audience members

By Ben Comber

The Big Questions, Nicky Campbell
The Big Questions, Nicky Campbell

Tickets are available to be a part of the debate.

BBC 1’s topical debate show, The Big Questions, hosted by television and radio presenter Nicky Campbell, will be in Cambridge this Sunday, April 9, and are looking for local residents from a wide variety of backgrounds, interests and faiths to get a full spectrum of views on the show.

The show will be held at 10am from the Netherhall Sports Centre, Queen Edith’s Way, Cambridge, and tickets are free.

The Big Questions is the BBC’s flagship ethical and moral debate programme and airs on Sunday mornings from 10am-11am from locations all around the country.

The show addresses tricky moral questions facing the nation today, consulting front row experts and a select studio audience. Beliefs, informed opinions and personal stories are all aired during three lively debates.

Anyone hoping for a seat in the audience can contact the casting team on audiencetbq@mentorn.tv or 0141 611 9643


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