Jonathan Dimbleby chairs the first edition of a special Schools Questions & Answers from Rugby High School,one of the winners of the BBC's Schools Questions and Answers challenge.
Jonathan Dimbleby presents the panel discussion of news and politics from Rugby High School, one of the winning schools in the BBC's nationwide Schools Questions and Answers challenge. The students will be helping Jonathan put the programme together and will be involved in the production from start to finish.
His guests, schools minister Nick Gibb; shadow work and pensions secretary Liam Byrne; Times columnist Camilla Cavendish; and chief executive of the Association of Chief Executives of Voluntary Organisations, Sir Stephen Bubb.
So join Jonathan and the panel for tonight's special edition of Any Questions? from Rugby High School.
Producer: Victoria Wakely.
Will Jeremy Hunt jump or will he be pushed?
Do you think grammar schools should be reinstated or at least permitted in all areas?
Conservative donor Adrian Beecroft has accused Vince Cable of being a socialist for defending workers' rights. Is this a compliment or an insult?
Should prisoners be allowed to vote?
Isn't it time Britain pulled out of competitions like the Eurovision Song Contest which allow repressive regimes extra worldwide exposure?
Which one book should be sent to all schools?