Institute of Ideas director Claire Fox is a panelist on BBC Radio 4’s The Moral Maze and regularly appears on Question Time and Any Questions? as well as being a columnist for the Times Education Supplement and Municipal Journal.
She will join the Leader of the House of Commons Chris Grayling, Shadow Cabinet Minister Jon Ashworth and SNP MP John Nicolson on the programme’s panel when the iconic debate show arrives in Corby on Friday, April 29.
Corby Technical School principal Angela Reynolds said: “Any Questions? is a flagship political panel programme that gives people the chance to question leading politicians and thinkers about current affairs.
“We have been thrilled with the response we have received for tickets for the show so far.
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“We hope that as many people in the area as possible will take the opportunity to be a part of this great event for Corby.”
The show will be hosted by Jonathan Dimbleby, who has been with the programme since 1987.
So far about 150 tickets for the show have been reserved but free tickets are still available.
The tickets are available from Corby Technical School on 01536 213100 and will be issued on a first come, first served basis.
The minimum age for audience members is 14.