• BBC One’s political debate programme, Question Time, is being hosted from Wolverhampton on Thursday, June 26th.

    David Dimbleby chairs the programme which sees Conservative Defence Minister Anna Soubry MP; Labour’s former Deputy Prime Minister Lord Prescott; Deputy Leader of UKIP Paul Nuttall MEP; anti-extremism campaigner and Liberal Democrat parliamentary candidate Maajid Nawaz, and the former Executive Editor of the News of the World Neil Wallis, face questions from the audience.

    To apply for a seat in the audience you can register your question at www.bbc.co.uk/questiontime

    For further information please contact Louise Plank on 020 8995 3936 or lou@plankpr.com

  • USA NETWORK has commissioned a 13-episode second season of Daybreak Pictures’ comedy drama series, Sirens, it has been announced.

    Sirens stars Michael Mosley, Kevin Daniels, Kevin Bigley, Jessica McNamee and Josh Segarra and is set in Chicago centering around three of the city’s best Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs).

    Denis Leary will continue to executive produce for Apostle with Jim Serpico and Bob Fisher, whilst the executive producers for Daybreak Pictures are David Aukin, Hal Vogel and David Leach.

    USA Network prexy Chris McCumber said, “Sirens resonated with a broad fan base, and we are excited to grow this new audience further, as season two promises a lot more laughs and irreverent humor. We’re pleased to continue our partnership with Denis Leary and Bob Fisher, whose unique brand of witty, off-kilter and laugh-out-loud writing is brought to life by the immensely talented cast.”

    Hal Vogel added, “We're thrilled that our first format picked up in the US is getting a second season, it's been fantastic working with USA Networks, Fox TV Studios and Apostle and we're looking forward to the partnership continuing.”

    The UK version, which originally aired on Channel 4 in June 2011 as a six-part series, was created by Brian Fillis (The Curse of Steptoe, An Englishman in New York) and inspired by paramedic Tom Reynolds' book Blood, Sweat and Tea. It followed three young paramedics who explore sex, love, life and friendship from the jaded point of view of people who see too much of the worst (and some of the best) of humanity.

    Daybreak Productions in part of the Tinopolis Group. Its productions include a number of BAFTA and RTS nominated dramas and comedies including THE PROMISE, THE TRIAL OF TONY BLAIR, A VERY SOCIAL SECRETARY and BRITZ. Most recently it produced Paula Milne’s THE POLITICIAN’S HUSBAND shown last year on BBC Two.

    For more information please contact Sally Kent at Plank PR on 020 8995 3945 / sally@plankpr.com

  • BBC One’s political debate programme, Question Time, is being hosted from Kings Lynn on Thursday, June 12th.

    David Dimbleby chairs the programme which sees Conservative Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith MP; Labour’s Shadow Welfare Reform Minister Chris Bryant MP; Liberal Democrat Tessa Munt MP; Editor of Private Eye Ian Hislop, and former leader of the Respect Party Salma Yaqoob who leads the “Hands Off Birmingham Schools” campaign group, face questions from the audience.

    To apply for a seat in the audience you can register your question at www.bbc.co.uk/questiontime

    For further information please contact Louise Plank on 020 8995 3936 or lou@plankpr.com