The transmission of BBC’ Question Time will be broadcasted from Moscow
The popular BBC’ Question Time program will be broadcasted from Moscow this Thursday.
According to the official website of British Broadcasting Corporation, the special issue of the popular weekly social political program will be dedicated to the G8 activities. Russia for the first time in its history will preside this group of the world developed countries.
It is supposed that the main subjects to discuss will be the Russia’ role in the modern world, its relations with the states at the post-Soviet territories, the political and economic reforms in Russia and the relationship between Russia and the European Union.
The foreigners living in Moscow and English-speaking Russians will form the main audience of the discussion. The participants of the discussion are well-known British and Russian politicians and public figures – the deputy for the Russian Foreign Minister Grigory Karassin, British Minister for European Affairs Duglas Alexander, Russian economist Andrei Illarionov, the chess player and politician Garry Kasparov, The Rodina party member Natalia Narichnitskaya, Vice-President of the Russian Entrepreneurs Union Igor Yurgens.