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Brighton and Hove will soon have its own terrestrial TV channel which
you'll be able to watch on your TV in your living room and of course
on your laptop or on your mobile. That's modern democracy. And of
course localism, especially news and democracy and political debate
will be a big part of Brighton's new channel. Question Time on BBC 1
has proved that political TV need not be boring and we believe The
Vote Show on thelatest.tv amplifies this. And how could The Vote be
boring? New leader of Brighton and Hove Council, The Green Party's
Cllr Jason Kitcat has been having a well publicised twitter feud with
Labour's Chief Whip in The House Of Lords Lord Steve Bassam. For the
first time they debate in person and it's riveting TV. As if that's
not enough they are joined by one of the greatest debaters in The
Conservative Party Cllr Mary Mears and I don't just mean in Brighton.
Park yourself in front of a screen and listen to them debate all the
big Brighton issues, oh and parking as well!
Bill Randall talks about his year in office as first Green council
leader while The Treason Show's Mark Brailsford looks back at the year
that was for The Greens. Frank le Duc does the Dimbleby bit and I know
I'm biased but I'm hooked!