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From: Sarah Heardman [mailto:sarah.h...@bbc.co.uk]
Sent: 06 October 2015 16:26
Subject: BBC RADIO SCOTLAND: The Big Debate with Gordon Brewer in Inverness 23rd October



Dear Sir or Madam,



I am writing to you from The Big Debate with Gordon Brewer, BBC Radio Scotland’s version of the TV debate programme Question Time.



We are in Inverness for our weekly Friday lunchtime debate 23rd October and we are looking for a lively audience to come along and join our live debate.



I would be most grateful if you could circulate the below invite amongst family, friends, colleagues and anyone else you think might be interested in coming along. And remember to apply yourself!



To apply click on link to online application form http://bbc.in/1Al9Rpx email bigd...@bbc.co.uk or phone 0141 422 7773



Tickets are free.



Many thanks in advance.

WOULD YOU LIKE TO BE PART OF THE BIG DEBATE WITH GORDON BREWER IN INVERNESS 23rd OCTOBER?





WHERE: Eden Court Theatre, MacLean room, Bishops Rd, Inverness IV3 5SA

WHEN: Friday 23rd October

TIMES: Doors open at the venue at 11:15am audience to be seated by 11.35 the show is on air from 12noon - 1pm

BOOK: Click on link to online booking form http://bbc.in/1Al9Rpx

email bigd...@bbc.co.uk or phone 0141 422 7773



Former Newsnight presenter Gordon Brewer is the host of The Big Debate.



Every Friday the programme visits a different part of Scotland to discuss the big issues of the week. Gordon will be joined by a panel of speakers from the world of Politics, Arts, Science, Business and other areas of public life. But we want you - the audience - to pose the questions.



We look for questions on the most stimulating moral, political and social issues of the day - the current issues that will get people talking. So the programme gives YOU the opportunity to challenge politicians, policy makers, writers and thinkers.



Questions should be brief and to the point if possible and should be on something that’s been reported in the news. As the programme broadcasts to a Scotland wide audience, we look for issues that raise matters of genuine national and international interest and remember to keep an eye on the newspapers. Once you know what you want to ask, email your question to us at bigd...@bbc.co.uk by 5.00pm, Thursday 22nd October. Please be aware we’re not able to guarantee that all questions will be used.





WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU IN INVERNESS ON FRIDAY 23rd OCTOBER!



Sarah Heardman
Researcher, The Big Debate with Gordon Brewer
News & Current Affairs
BBC Scotland

( Work: 0141 422 7773 or 0127773
( Mobile: 07847999448
* Newsroom (zone 4.13), BBC Scotland, 40 Pacific Quay, Glasgow G51 1DA
8 sarah.h...@bbc.co.uk
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> Subject: FW: BBC RADIO SCOTLAND: The Big Debate with Gordon Brewer in Inverness 23rd October
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> From: Sarah Heardman [mailto:sarah.h...@bbc.co.uk]
>
>
> Sent: 06 October 2015 16:26
>
> Subject: BBC RADIO SCOTLAND: The Big Debate with
> Gordon Brewer in Inverness 23rd October
>
>
>  
> Dear Sir or
> Madam,
>  
> I am writing to you from
> The Big Debate with Gordon Brewer, BBC Radio Scotland’s
> version of the TV debate programme Question Time.
>  
> We are in Inverness for
> our weekly Friday lunchtime debate 23rd October
> and we are looking for a lively audience to come along and
> join our live debate.
>  
> I would be most grateful
> if you could circulate the below invite amongst family,
> friends, colleagues and anyone else you think might be
> interested in coming along. And remember to apply
> yourself!
>  
> To apply click on link to
> online application form
> http://bbc.in/1Al9Rpx
> email
> bigd...@bbc.co.uk
> or phone 0141 422 7773
>  
> Tickets are free.
>  
> Many thanks in
> advance.
>
>
> WOULD YOU LIKE TO BE PART OF THE BIG DEBATE WITH GORDON
> BREWER IN INVERNESS 23rd OCTOBER?
>  
>  
> WHERE: 
> Eden Court Theatre, MacLean room, Bishops Rd,
> Inverness IV3 5SA
>
> WHEN:
>    Friday 23rd October
>
> TIMES:    Doors open at the venue at 11:15am
> audience to be seated by 11.35 the show is on air from
> 12noon - 1pm
>
> BOOK:     Click on link to online booking form
>
> http://bbc.in/1Al9Rpx
>
>
>                  email bigd...@bbc.co.uk
>  or phone
> 0141 422 7773
>  
> Former Newsnight presenter
> Gordon Brewer is the host of The Big Debate.
>
>  
> Every Friday the programme
> visits a different part of Scotland to discuss the big
> issues of the week. Gordon will be joined by a panel of
> speakers from the world of Politics, Arts, Science,
> Business and other areas of public life. But we want you -
> the audience - to pose the questions.
>
>  
> We look for questions on the
> most stimulating moral, political and social issues of the
> day - the current issues that will get people talking. So
> the programme gives YOU the opportunity to
> challenge politicians, policy makers, writers and
> thinkers.
>  
> Questions should be brief and to
> the point if possible and should be on something that’s
> been reported in the news. As the programme broadcasts to a
> Scotland wide audience, we look for issues
> that raise matters of genuine national and international
> interest and remember to keep an eye on the newspapers. Once
> you know what you want to ask, email your question to us at
> bigd...@bbc.co.uk
> by
> 5.00pm, Thursday 22nd October.  Please be
> aware we’re not able to guarantee that all questions will
> be used.
>  
>
>  
>
> WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU IN INVERNESS ON FRIDAY
> 23rd OCTOBER!
>  
> Sarah Heardman
>
> Researcher, The Big Debate with Gordon Brewer
>
> News & Current Affairs
>
> BBC Scotland
>
>  
>
> (   
> Work:   0141 422
> 7773 or 0127773
>
> (    Mobile:
> 07847999448
>
> *      
> Newsroom (zone
> 4.13), BBC Scotland, 40 Pacific Quay, Glasgow G51 1DA
>
> 8    
>
> sarah.h...@bbc.co.uk
>
> :   http://www.bbc.co.uk/scotland/news
>
>
>  
>
> P
> please consider the
> environment - do you really need to print this
> email?
>
>  
>
>
>
> THIS MESSAGE IS PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL
> If you have received this email in error, please notify
> h...@weascotland.org.uk and delete this message from your
> system. We may monitor and record all emails for quality
> control and training purposes. The views or opinions
> contained within this email are those of the sender alone
> and do not reflect the views of the WEA. Neither the WEA
> nor the sender accepts any responsibility for viruses and it
> is your responsibility to scan the message and any
> attachments.
> The Workers' Educational Association is a charity
> registered in England and Wales (number 1112775) and in
> Scotland (number SC039239) and a company limited by
> guarantee registered in England and Wales (number 2806910).
> Registered address is WEA, 4 Luke Street, London, EC2A 4XW.
> www.wea.org.uk.
> PLEASE CONSIDER THE ENVIRONMENT BEFORE PRINTING THIS
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