International Relations graduate chosen as panelist for BBC Radio 4 debate show

BA International Relations and Peace and Conflict Studies graduate Barbara Ntumy took part in political discussions on BBC Radio 4's topical programme, 'Any Questions'.

Barbara Ntumy, a graduate of the International Relations, Peace and Conflict Studies BA, was chosen to appear as a panelist on BBC Radio 4's Any Questions, a topical discussion programme which poses questions to a panel of political and media personalities.

Panelists and topics

Barbara featured on the show on 15 July 2016, and was part of a panel which included the former Home Secretary Charles Clarke, Executive Editor of the political website ConservativeHome Paul Goodman and former Trade Minister and Minister to the Cabinet Office Lord Maude of Horsham.

Presented by leading current affairs presenter and political commentator Jonathan Dimbleby from Brentwood School in Essex, the show address topics which included the Bastille Day truck attack, the election of Theresa May as Prime Minister and Boris Johnson as Foreign Secretary, as well as other issues surrounding the contentious Labour Party leadership election.

Interested in hearing what Barbara had to say on her appearance on BBC Radio 4's show 'Any Questions'? Listen to the programme on BBC iPlayer Radio.