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Election debate audience wanted

Festival Theatre
The debate will be held at the Festival Theatre in Edinburgh

This audience appeal has now ended.

Four days before voters go to the polls, BBC Scotland will hold a special General Election debate on 2 May at the Festival Theatre in Edinburgh.

Presenter Glenn Campbell will put questions from members of the audience to prominent politicians from Labour, the SNP, the Conservatives and the Liberal Democrats.

If you would like to form part of that audience then please get in touch.

You can use the form below, email: electiondebatescotland@bbc.co.uk or call 0330 123 0120 (standard geographic charges from landlines and mobiles will apply).

We would be particularly interested to hear from floating or undecided voters.

Please tell us if you are a member of a political party or are standing as a candidate in the 2010 General Election when you get in contact.

Audience members will need to attend the debate at the Festival Theatre from 1630 BST to 1815 BST on the night.

The programme will be broadcast later that evening on BBC One Scotland.

Audience Form

Audience Form















Are you a member of a political party?



Are you an elected representative of any local authority, or parliament (Scottish, UK, European)?


Are you a candidate for office in the 2010 General Election?


How do you intend to vote in the 2010 General Election?


Would you like to put a question to the panel?




Do you have any special requirements? (e.g. wheelchair access)





We read all the applications but cannot respond to every one individually.

We will contact as many applicants as possible prior to the programme but, due to the volume of requests received, we apologise that we are unable to call everyone.

If you hear nothing from us please assume that on this occasion your application has not been successful.



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