BBC Radio 4's Any Questions Postponed

The BBC have taken the decision to postpone their ‘Any Questions’ event until later in the year.

The BBC have taken the decision to postpone their ‘Any Questions’ event until later in the year.

The event was due to be held on Friday 13 March at the Shetland Museum and Archives.

Shetland Museum will be in touch with ticket holders in due course to advise of the BBC’s future plans.

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