Question Time's Irritating Audience

If you've ever found yourself thinking that the most annoying thing about the BBC's "Question time" is its opinionated and uninteresting audience, then you are not alone. Janet Daly has a pop at it in her Telegraph column:

The increased role of the studio audience in the Question Time programme itself has rendered its discussions infuriatingly pointless and almost inevitably trivial. No serious point of debate can ever be pursued to a satisfactory conclusion and every attempt at substantive argument is interrupted and plunged into incoherence by wildly irrelevant random points from the audience.


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