Morgan appeared on last night's episode of the BBC political panel show
Fun Lovin’ Criminals star and BBC radio presenter Huey Morgan appeared on Question Time last night (Thursday, November 3), attracting a mixed response from viewers.
Morgan appeared on the political panel show alongside Tory MP Sajid Javid, Labour’s Lisa Nandy, The Economist‘s Zanny Minton Beddoes, American radio host Charlie Wolf.
Watch the full episode on iPlayer.
Some fans reacted positively to Morgan’s appearance, labelling his performance as “intellectual, interesting [and] insightful”. Another said that he was the only person on the panel to speak “common sense”.
However, others weren’t so affirming, with many questioning why Morgan was booked to appear in the first place. “I switched on Question Time for the first time in years last night and Huey Morgan was on it. Things are much worse than I thought,” one Twitter user joked.
Fun Lovin’ Criminals recently marked the 20th anniversary of debut album ‘Come Find Yourself’, releasing a 3CD collector’s edition of the album as well as a deluxe boxset, featuring rarities, live recordings and alternate mixes back in February.
“It’s a very unique record for the times, and remains so today – it’s not dated,” Huey said. “It burned a path for crossing genres that we now take for granted.”