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BBC Question Time to be filmed at Stamford School


By Dave Gooderham


The BBC's Question Time is coming to Stamford. Photo: Ian West/PA Wire
The BBC's Question Time is coming to Stamford. Photo: Ian West/PA Wire

Stamford School will host the BBC’s Question Time programme tonight (Thursday, January 28).

The political debate programme will be filmed at the school, to be broadcast on BBC One at 10.45pm.

Host David Dimbleby will be joined by a panel comprising MPs Patrick McLoughlin (Con), Jess Philips (Lab) and Angus Robertson (SNP), journalist for The Independent Yasmin Alibhai-Brown, and CEO of M&C Saatchi Moray MacLennan.

Stamford School headteacher tweeted to say that he was looking forward to welcoming the programme.

Stamford School, St Paul's Street, Stamford. File picture'Photo: MSMP200812-046js ENGEMN00120120820131306 ENGEMN00120120820131306
Stamford School, St Paul's Street, Stamford. File picture'Photo: MSMP200812-046js ENGEMN00120120820131306 ENGEMN00120120820131306


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