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Today programme to broadcast special edition show from the University of BathPresenter Justin Webb has given a flavour of what to expect when the current affairs programme comes to the city08:00, 12 MAY 2017Today programmer presenter Justin Webb will host the edition in Bath Get Daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailThe current affairs show the Today programme will broadcast live from Bath next week.On Monday (May 15) BBC Radio 4 will broadcast from 6am until 9am from the University of Bath.It will be hosted by Justin Webb who has a house in the city and lived in Wells Road when he was growing up.The theme of the programme is the inter generational gap what different people want from their elected politicians in the upcoming elections.There will also be a discussion on progressive alliances against the Conservatives, and on tax, housing and benefits among other issues.Mr Webb, an honorary graduate of the university, told the Bath Chronicle: “It’s quit an unusual thing to do.”We’ve not done it recently with a proper live audience.Conservative candidate Ben Howlett calls on B Council to tackle Bath’s seagull problem”There’s enough opinionated people in Bath and the [surrounding] areas to make it work, so let’s see what happens. It’s a slight experiment for us.”Who is Bath Liberal Democrat candidate Wera Hobhouse?”It’s a received wisdom and broadly speaking true. The interesting thing is it’s relatively recent.”It’s only in recent decades that we have seen that change and we want to explore why it is.”Another area of discussion will be the “so called progressive alliance”.EXCLUSIVE: Bath Ukip will not contest general election over candidates’ employability fears”What would it take to have an impact on the Conservatives losing seats?”We’re not just looking at Bath but more into the deep South West,” Mr Webb said.”Is there a likelihood that parties will do local deals to try to get the Conservative MP out? What would that take?”Complaint made against Bath council cabinet member over ‘ignorant’ park and ride commentsToday producers are looking for a “diverse audience with a broad range of political views” to come onto the programme which is being broadcast in the university’s The Edge building..

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