WIN two tickets to see BBC Political Editor Nick Robinson talk about Politics, Power and the Media
Released: Wednesday 10th October 2012 at 13:37
Politics, Power and the Media: Nick Robinson is part of the Durham Book Festival and is sponsored by the University of Sunderland. This popular event is now sold out, so this is your last chance to get your hands on a couple of tickets!
In Live From Downing Street, the BBC’s political editor, Nick Robinson, tells the inside story of the ‘troubled marriage’ which has forced politicians and broadcasters to live together, rarely in harmony, for over 70 years. With unprecedented access and insight, he reveals how the key players, past and present, handle the portrayal of their role in the public eye with varying degrees of success. Coupled with an analysis of how the relationship between politics and instant broadcasting will develop further in the digital world, Live From Downing Street presents a fascinating and important story of politics and the media in our time.
Saturday 27 October, 11.30am (1 hr)
Durham Town Hall
Durham Book Festival website
‘Like’ the Faculty Facebook page and answer the below question:
"What elections take place across England and Wales on November 15?"
In box your answer by midnight on Tuesday 23rd October to take part in the competition.
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Terms and Conditions
To enter this competition you must be 18 or over. Answers must be received before midnight on the 23rd October, any answers received after this time will not be considered and the judge’s decision is final. The winner will be drawn at random from the correct answers. The winner will be notified through Facebook on Wednesday 24th October and the tickets will be available for collection on the 27th October. The winner may be asked for identification on collection of the tickets. Travel to and from the event is not included. If the event is cancelled no alternative prize will be made available. The winner must be willing to participate in publicity surrounding the competition.