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Any Questions? tickets all gone

FROM ITV

Jonathan Dimbleby presents a new two part documentary:

THE NEW WORLD WAR starts on Sunday 31 October on ITV1 

Are we really tackling the root causes of terrorism?  Is the threat of terrorist attack a growing risk? Can we look at the underlying problems facing the world today and come up with a better solution?

These are among the issues explored THE NEW WORLD WAR as Dimbleby offers a personal perspective on the current political crisis facing us today.

This timely documentary, as the USA verges on the next presidential election, is born of Dimbleby's conviction that all the major problems currently confronting humanity are linked, from terrorism to poverty to environmental disaster and international security.  And a solution that recognises their interconnection is perhaps the only serious option left.

The programmes acknowledge that the current world situation is desperately dangerous but for the first time they also seek to contribute to the current debate by suggesting a manifesto of clear,

FROM ITV Jonathan Dimbleby presents a new two part documentary: THE NEW WORLD WAR starts on Sunday 31 October on ITV1 Are we really tackling the root causes of terrorism? Is the threat of terrorist attack a growing risk? Can we look at the underlying problems facing the world today and come up with a better solution? These are among the issues explored THE NEW WORLD WAR as Dimbleby offers a personal perspective on the current political crisis facing us today. This timely documentary, as the USA verges on the next presidential election, is born of Dimbleby's conviction that all the major problems currently confronting humanity are linked, from terrorism to poverty to environmental disaster and international security. And a solution that recognises their interconnection is perhaps the only serious option left. The programmes acknowledge that the current world situation is desperately dangerous but for the first time they also seek to contribute to the current debate by suggesting a manifesto of clear,

TICKETS for Radio 4’s long-running Any Questions? political discussion programme to be hosted in Hebden Bridge have all been snapped up.

The show, presented by Jonathan Dimbleby, will be aired live from the new Waterfront Hall in the Town Hall on Friday, August 31. Tickets were distributed on a first-come, first-served basis and a panel will answer questions on the week’s news posed by the live audience. Sarah Lister-Blow, director of Hebden Bridge Community Association, said: “We are delighted to welcome the BBC and one of its flagship programmes.”

 

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