Sunday, 2 May 2010

BBC Politics West will go live from Badminton

BBC Politics West will be broadcast live from The Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials later this morning.
The live TV debate will be shown at 11.55am, after The Politics Show, on BBC One. Chaired by David Garmston, three local candidates - a representative from each party - will be quizzed by 15 locally selected guests.

Mark Harper is the Conservative candidate, and is standing for The Forest of Dean. David Drew, who is standing for Stroud, will be the Labour representative, while the third candidate is Liberal Democrat Martin Horwood, who will be standing for Cheltenham.
“We have decided to broadcast the programme from Badminton as it sits in the heart of the West Country,” says Dickon Hooper, a member of the BBC production team. “It is a beautiful location and the horse trials is a great event to be at.”

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