At points, @BDQTMod may retweet some of the comments made by the audience following, asking for comments from the guests.
At least a portion of each #BDQT will be open, and questions asked can be about anything. However, some #BDQTs will be themed, with a good proportion of the time and questions being centred around one idea, story or aspect of Bradford life.
When is #BDQT?
#BDQT is monthly, usually taking place at the very end or start of the month. It’s scheduled to coincide with #BradfordHour (Thursdays 8-9pm) to allow Bradford’s businesses and cultural outlets who use #BradfordHour the greatest exposure to Bradfordians online.
The very first #BDQT will be on Thursday 31st January 8-9pm.
Do make sure you join us.
Who will the guests be?
The guests will change from month to month, but will be drawn from the vast pools of eminent Bradfordians and those who drive and comment upon Bradford. Guests representing politics, business, the arts, society and more will be invited to take part.
How do I ask a question?
If you’ve got a question, tweet it to @BDQTMod using #BDQT.
Questions can be about anything you think deserves an answer. If it’s about Bradford & District, it’s for #BDQT.
You may choose to see what the theme is, or see who’s going to on, and if you’re question’s not chosen for the subsequent #BDQT, it may be used in future. Remember, a question doesn’t have to be on the theme of the event – it can be about anything Bradford.
What if I don’t have a Twitter account?
The Titterfeed #BDQT will be picked up and published by the excellent Hidden Bradford website, and you can read the tweets, and even comment on them, there.
What do I need to do now?
Following the #BDQT Twitterfeeds would be a good start.
Finally, and most importantly, make sure you join in with Bradford Question Time – without you, #BDQT’s nothing.