Debate Transport With Ken On The Telly

By Rob Last edited 135 months ago
Debate Transport With Ken On The Telly
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Next month ITV will be hosting their annual live, televised debate with Mayor Ken 'two coffees' Livingstone.

Called, quite obviously, The London Debate, the idea is to sit Ken in front of a large studio audience who will fire questions at him until he says something slightly controversial and possibly misinformed (probably about Jews).

Apparently public transport is going to be high on the agenda and they're looking for "people with views on, and experiences of using, our bus and underground systems to take part in the debate." Not an opportunity that should be missed we feel.

The show will be filmed at London Studios in SE1 at 7.00pm on Wednesday 10th May. It's free of charge to ticket holders only and you can apply for entry by calling ITV London on 0207 737 8651 or email david.okeeffe@itv.com. Demand, as you might expect, is high so get in there early for you chance to badger Ken.

Last Updated 21 April 2006