A scratchy sketch of David Dimbleby, host of the long running BBC programme Question Time, which gives members of the British public an opportunity to ask their questions directly to a panel of politicians, and other public figures. The programme moves from city to city each week, and was once even recorded in a prison. Discussions often become heated, and there’s lots of venting going on, but Mr Dimbleby keeps everyone in check with his dry wit, and pointy finger.
I often draw from Question Time, aiming to catch all of the panelists on paper before the programme ends. Tonight’s programme is from Dover, first stop for many immigrants to the country, public opinion is divided on the issue of immigration, and it should make for an interesting hour.
Media: Steel nib.