GQT on location
How can I attend a recording of GQT?
It's likely that GQT will be in your area at some point during the year. The programmes are hosted by various groups, mainly gardening clubs and horticultural societies,and it's the group which invites the programme that is responsible for the distribution of the tickets. Although groups tend to give the tickets to their own members first there's usually enough space to include non-members.
Monday 20th February 2017
The Natural History Museum
Tickets cost £4.50 and can be purchased here.
Do we have to be a gardening club?
Not at all. GQT visits all sorts of groups. We have recorded programmes in a prison, on a London Underground Station, in zoos, schools and even at a naturist club. Not all gardeners belong to a gardening club and we'll go wherever there are keen gardeners.
Would you like to host GQT?
If you and the people you garden with would like to host a recording of GQT please fill in the form below and return by email or post.
GQT Application Form (doc) (421 KB)
GQT Application Form (rtf) (3216 KB)
The application form is available as a Microsoft Word document or RTF file. Information and help about downloading files and different file types is available from BBC Webwise.
Send completed applications to:
Gardeners' Question Time
PO Box 65607
Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
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