Five News today announced a special day of programming in which viewers will be able to question the Prime Minister.
Talk To The Prime Minister, presented by Kirsty Young, will be the culmination of a day of unique programmes at 7pm in the evening.
The day, which will be held later this month, will follow Tony Blair on a cross-Britain tour answering the questions you want him too. As part of the special programming, Blair will appear on The Wright Stuff as well as being cross-examined by young and old voters with host Julie Etchingham chairing the debate in Five’s lunchtime and evening bulletins at noon and 5.30pm respectively.
To take part in this television first, members of the public need to submit the question they would like to ask Tony Blair face-to-face, in no more than thirty words, by phoning 0870 901 4200 or by filling out a form on the Five website www.five.tv/talktothepm.
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