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Would you like to meet David McWilliams and take part in a debate on TV3?

Sep 19, 2017

There are two debates you can apply to take part in:

  1. Why is Ireland so Expensive?
  2. Ireland’s Rural Urban Divide, where to prioritise investment?

TV3 are looking for business people to come and take part in a new current affairs progamnme.

David McWilliams’ Ireland is a brand new current affairs audience programme in TV3 tackling Ireland's most pressing issues in a unique, audience driven format. The programme will combine expert analysis, serious debate, entertainment and comedy in a relaxed setting with an audience of interested parties. David McWilliams will both enlighten and entertain the studio audience with his trademark analysis while the audience will get a chance to tell their stories and enter the debate on National Television.

The programmes in question will be: 

  • Ireland’s Rural Urban Divide – Where to prioritise investment? 9th October 4pm
  • Why is Ireland so Expensive? 10th October at 1pm.

The programmes will be broadcast the over the following weeks on Thursday evenings. The programme will take place in their state of the art Virgin Media HD television studios in Ballymount, just off exit 10 of the M50 in Dublin.

They are looking for people to come along and share their own experiences or opinions as a part of the studio audience. They want to hear about your opinions on the cost of living and the cost of running a business OR on the need for more attention to be given to certain parts of the country than others. Whether you want to take part or just come along to watch, they would be delighted to welcome you to their studios in October.

For any questions or queries please get in touch with Daniel: dantv3@gmail.com  

Otherwise, click here to apply now.

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