Thursday 17 Apr 2014
BBC WM's breakfast show presenter Phil Upton will host a public debate about the future of Cadbury on Tuesday 26 January at Rowheath Pavilion, Bournville, Birmingham.
Doors open at 6.30pm and the recording starts at 7.00pm.
The audience will have the chance to put their questions direct to a panel of big hitters from Birmingham and the business world.
The panel includes Lord Digby Jones and Professor Carl Chinn.
An audience of between 50 and 100 local workers and residents will be given the opportunity to air their fears and to discuss the future of manufacturing in the West Midlands.
Extracts from the debate will be broadcast on Phil Upton@Breakfast on Wednesday 27 January between 6.30 and 9.30am, with extended coverage on BBC WM between 9.00 and 10.00am on Friday 29 January.
BBC WM is available on 95.6 FM, DAB digital radio and bbc.co.uk/wm.
Press passes available on request.
BBC Birmingham Press Office
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