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22/10/2017
BBC Radio 4

    Cosmic dust and poetry in Cardiff

    Commissioning Editor, Radio 4 & 4 Extra

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    Free tickets for BBC Radio 4 recordings at Cardiff University

    Update: the information about Any Questions below is wrong. The panel for tomorrow's live show is: Claire Fox (Institute of Ideas), Tim Montgomerie (Editor of Conservative Home), AN Wilson (journalist) and Chuka Umunna (Labour's Parliamentary Candidate for Streatham - @ChukaUmunna on Twitter).

    We are about to embark on the third and final leg of our mini-tour of Universities. We will be in Cardiff on Thursday and Friday of this week (the 12th and 13th November). On Thursday we are recording Material World with Quentin Cooper and new quiz show The Third Degree hosted by Steve Punt that sees academics pitted against their students. On Friday we have Any Questions with Jonathan Dimbleby and Bespoken Word, our performance poetry programme presented by Mr Gee.

    The Cardiff venues are large so we have room for members of the public as well as students and members of the University staff. If you go onto the Cardiff University website you will find details of how to book. So if you live in the Cardiff area do come and join us. You are all very welcome.

    The following guests have been confirmed:

    Any Questions: journalist Bryony Gordon (@bryony_gordon on Twitter), Chuka Umunna (@ChukaUmunna on Twitter), Labour's Parliamentary Candidate for Streatham, Steffan Lewis, the Plaid Cymru prospective Parliamentary Candidate for Islwyn and Andre Walker, Tory campaigner.

    Bespoken Word: John Sparkes, Dizraeli, Laura Dockrill, Ross Sutherland and Nathan Penlington.

    Material Word: Nick Pidgeon and Nick Jenkins from the Energy Institute talking about the Severn Barrage. Haley Gomez will be talking about Cosmic Dust and Nick Pidgeon about public reaction to new technologies including the news about the proposed new nuclear power plants.

    Caroline Raphael is Commissioning Editor for Comedy and Entertainment at Radio 4

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