BBC Question Time
Comedian Russell Brand is to be a panellist on political debate show Question Time, sharing the stage with Mayor of London
Inevitably, the deeply disturbing events in Woolwich have dictated the news agenda since last Thursday, and by extension brought up some unsettling questions. But whatever your thoughts on what is above all else a situation that demands nuance, we can all agree on four things...
Martin Amis once famously declared that he would have to have "a serious brain injury" to write for children and that "he
The BBC has apologised for a Question Time production gaffe that saw a Stormont minister labelled as being a member of "Sinn
Feminist icon Germaine Greer says she is in favour of rape victims being named. Speaking on the BBC's Question Time show
It was fortuitous that Star trek premiered in London on Thursday. Fortuitous because it book-ened a week which started with a tragic factory fire in Bangladesh. A factory producing cheap clothing for global brands sold internationally... today we find ourselves at a crossroads between the world we have always had and (metaphorically) the world of Kirk and Spock.
If things are bad now, then I expected it to get even worse for the BNP over the next couple of years. Ukip are likely to make significant gains in these elections, certainly in votes if not seats, and solidify themselves as the main beneficiaries for the anti-immigrant and anti-establishment vote.
The left has moved so far to the centre we have three parties of professional politicians who have little emotional or intellectual connection with the electorate. The electorate have very few options.
Lord Heseltine was left embarrassed after a phone call from his wife interrupted him midflow during an appearance on the
Whatever our grievances with the misconduct of a select few in the media, we should be far more wary of the power of the crowd. After all, wasn't it the public that gobbled up these gossip column inches in the first place? If people don't buy it, the press won't print it.
About BBC Question Time
Question Time is a BBC political debate programme based on Any Questions? The show features politicians from at least the three major political parties as well as other public figures who answer pre-selected questions put to them by an audience selected on the basis of its political views and demographic. Question Time is presented by David Dimbleby. Programme schedule. Source: Wikipedia