The BBC are working on a new TV programme focusing on politics, and which will feature award-winning journalist Victoria Derbyshire, and a discussion panel made up of members of the public who are interested in current affairs.

If you’d like to take part in the programme, which will run from April, check out the details below:

“Do you have opinions on the day’s news, current affairs and issues of the day? We want your voice to be heard and would love to invite you to be part of an audience panel on a new programme on BBC 2 and BBC News Channel – presented by Victoria Derbyshire.

Throughout April we will be inviting up to 20 people a day to our studio in London’s New Broadcasting House to be on air and chat to Victoria and other audience members about the day’s news. Don’t worry – you don’t need to be an expert. We just want your take on issues that affect you.

It would be best if you lived near enough to London that you could get here relatively easily as we will probably only be able to give you a few day’s notice before the programme. You would then be required from 7am until 11am on the day of broadcast. Please contact Elaine if you want to know more. elaine.doran@bbc.co.uk” 

Victoria Derbyshire

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