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Canterbury

Duration:
48 minutes
First broadcast:
Friday 27 April 2012

Jonathan Dimbleby presents a panel discussion of news and politics from Canterbury Christ Church University, Kent with Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, Iain Duncan-Smith; Labour Peer and former Cabinet minister, Andrew Adonis; Nobel prize winner and Fellow of the Royal Society, biologist Sir John Sulston; and public policy editor of The Economist magazine, Anne McElvoy.

Producer: Victoria Wakely.

Chapters

5 items
  • Jeremy Hunt

    Question One: Does the panel agree that the Culture Secretary should now face an inquiry into his ministerial conduct?

  • Economy

    Question Two: Can people really feel safe when the economy's in the hands of two arrogant posh boys who don't know the price of a pint of milk?

  • Housing benefit policy

    Question Three: Are current Government benefit policies cleansing London of poor people and poor families?

  • World population

    Question Four: Is an ever-increasing world population a burden or an asset?

  • Canterbury pilgrimage

    Question Five: Having made the pilgrimage down to Canterbury, what sins will you be seeking atonement for?

  • Lord Adonis

    Lord Adonis

    Lord Adonis, Labour Peer, on stage for the broadcast of Any Questions? at Canterbury Christ Church University.

    Photograph courtesy of Canterbury Christ Church University.

  • Anne McElvoy

    Anne McElvoy

    Anne McElvoy, Public Policy Editor at The Economist, on stage for the broadcast of Any Question? from Canterbury Christ Church University.

    Photograph courtesy of Canterbury Christ Church University.

  • Jonathan Dimbleby

    Jonathan Dimbleby

    Jonathan Dimbleby during the 'warm-up' question at the broadcast of Any Questions from Canterbury Christ Church University.

    Photograph courtesy of Canterbury Christ Church University.

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