Brian on ‘Big Ideas’ spot – BBC News at Five today [and video]


Brian May on ‘Big Ideas’ BBC HD News at Five 15 April 2015

Brian May took part in a discussion on BBC HD News at Five 15 April 2015, in company of Peter Stringfellow and Heather Rabbatts, chaired by Clive Myrie, discussing future for the UK – the way people people vote (or not) in General Elections, with Brian promoting his Common Decency Campaign, that encourages people to get out and vote; Brian, of course, not without a pocketful of Common Decency shield badges to give away to fellow panellists.

Brian has confirmed that he will be doing this spot on BBC News At Five today – a panel discussion on ideas for political change.

Wednesday 15 April 2015
5.15-5.30pm approx
[Sky Channel 503 BBC NEWS HD]

The BBC News at Five is an hour-long daily news programme broadcast at 17:00 on BBC News. The programme is fronted by BBC News at Ten presenter Huw Edwards the BBC’s lead presenter for major breaking news from Monday-Thursday, Gavin Esler on Friday and Chris Eakin on Saturday-Sunday. The show includes a detailed look at the news, as well as analysis with guests and business, sport and weather updates.

The spot will run 15 minutes between 5.15pm and 5.30pm. [Transmitted shortly after 5.30pm], and Facebook.