Any Questions? Jeremy Banx has the answers…

January 10, 2016 in General

Jeremy Banx at work. Photo © Kasia Kowalska

Jeremy Banx at work. Photo © Kasia Kowalska

Financial Times cartoonist and PCO member Jeremy Banx joined host Jonathan Dimbleby on BBC Radio 4 political programme ‘Any Questions?’ last Friday night.

Recorded in St. Mary’s Church in Caterham, Surrey, but focussing on secular topics such as flooding and the new alcohol consumption guidelines, Jeremy more than holds his own in the company of politicians Heidi Alexander MP and Penny Mordaunt MP, along with the editor of The Spectator, Fraser Nelson.

Readers who have missed the broadcast and wish to tune in to the debate can do so here.


4 responses to Any Questions? Jeremy Banx has the answers…

  1. Yep. Heard it. Listened all the way through, too. Well played Banx !

  2. Yes, a voice of reason AND a rare picture of Jeremy hatless!

    I even agreed with his backing of new alcohol guidelines of a maximum of 14 units a week…as long as one of those units is 75cl bottle value brand Bulgarian Merlot.
  3. No reason at all why cartoonists shouldn’t be called upon as regularly as columnists and even comedians for these kind of programmes and a shame it seems to have taken the cancellation of another guest to prompt it on this occasion. However Jeremy played a blinder.

  4. Agreed Terry. After all, its our job to comment [humorously and hopefully intelligently] on stuff generally. Jeremy did it well, rather than coming over all party political like some other members of the panel.

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