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Oxford Chaplaincy to host BBC's 'Any Questions?'
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Any Questions?, the long-running BBC Radio current affairs panel discussion programme where the audience ask the questions, will be coming live from the Oxford University Catholic Chaplaincy (OUCC) next Friday, 12 March.

The programme will be broadcast on BBC Radio 4 at 8pm - and repeated on the Saturday at 1.10pm.  Panellists will include (subject to confirmation) Lord Adonis, Minister for Transport; Anne Widdecombe MP, former Conservative minister; and John Micklethwaite, Editor of The Economist.  The discussion will be chaired by Jonathan Dimbleby.

Entry is by ticket only (free on application) - doors open at 6.45pm and the audience need to be seated by 7.30.  To apply for tickets, contact Fr Roger Dawson SJ on 01865 276 994 or send your name and address to anyquestions.oxford@gmail.com

The British Jesuits have provided Catholic Chaplains at Oxford University since 2007.  At present they are Fr John Moffatt SJ, Fr Simon Bishop SJ and Fr Roger Dawson SJ.  Also on the team are Alexandra Harrod, David Barrins OP, Sr Judith Lancaster SHCJ and Sr Silvana Dallanegra RSCJ.


Source: Jesuit Communications Office


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