BBC Three current affairs debate programme, Free Speech, is coming to Swansea and seeking 18-25 yearold students for the live audience.
Rick Edwards takes over as chair of the show which this month will discuss the issue of long-term unemployment on 13 February.
Featuring on the panel is London Grime artist Devlin and leader of Plaid Cymru, Leanne Wood. The panel will face questions from the live audience including discussion of recent reports of ‘slut-shaming’ and online safety.
Radio 1’s Breakfast news and sports presenter, Tina Daheley, will be taking the role of Social Media Jockey, reading the web responses and online comments.
The panel will also take questions from viewers at home through social media and a Free Speech Power Bar, which allows audiences at home to show what they think of the panel.
To apply to be on the show, email email@example.com by 5 February.
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