The BBC’s Today programme will broadcast live from York next week

Justin Webb (foreground) will be presenting from the city. Photograph: BBC
30 May 2019 @ 8.41 pm
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It is the flagship news programme of the BBC. And next week it will come live from York.

Radio 4’s Today will broadcast from the University of York on Tuesday (4 June).

Presenter Justin Webb will host the York section of the show, with another presenter co-hosting from London.

Justin will be interviewing a selection of guests in front of an audience.

It will be the 11th time the agenda-setting show has come live from a university.

You can apply for free tickets to be in the audience via the BBC Shows and Tours website here.

Only people 16 and over are eligible, and anyone under 18 must be accompanied by an adult.

There are a maximum of two tickets available per person and you must bring approved photo ID to be granted entry.

And remember, it’s an early start – Today goes on air at 6am.