BBC Radio Four's Any Questions a hit in Ottery St Mary

PUBLISHED: 17:00 19 August 2008 | UPDATED: 11:02 17 June 2010

INQUISITIVE Ottregians turned out in force for BBC Radio Four's Any Questions at The King School on Friday.

INQUISITIVE Ottregians did the town proud on Friday as they turned out in force for BBC Radio Four's Any Questions at The King's School.

More than 300 people packed the school's main hall to spark debate between public figures on issues such as the conflict in Georgia, GM foods and global warming.

Jonathan Dimbleby chaired the debate, with panel guests Tim Smit, Sarah Sands, Iain Dale and Mary Beard addressing issues brought up by townsfolk.

Read Friday's Ottery Herald for a full report.

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