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By Haddenham Webteam - 12th December 2012 1:01am
The popular BBC Radio 4 programme 'Any Questions' visits Haddenham on Friday 21st December, as guests of the Village Society.
Any Questions? was first broadcast on Friday, October 12th, 1948, making it the longest-running live discussion programme in the UK. The programme has had three former chairmen in its history — Freddie Grisewood was the first, steering the programme until December 1967; David Jacobs was chairman until July 1983; and John Timpson chaired the programme until July 1987.
In the chair in Haddenham will be Jonathan Dimbleby, who recently celebrated 25 years in that pivotal role.
On the panel will be Frank Field, Natalie Bennett, Alan Duncan and Max Hastings.
If you'd like to join the audience in the Village Hall on Friday 21st December, there are still a few tickets available — but you need to move quickly.
Contact Brian Cole on: 01844 291876
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