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What does GQT stand for?

GQT stands for Gardeners' Question Time (British Broadcasting Corporation radio program)


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I hope they all get rampant knotweed" - Sarah Vine, wife of Education Secretary, Michael Gove, is no fan of the BBC radio programme Gardeners' Question Time.
He quickly corrected himself "If you grow up in Sheffield and you are called Sebastian you have to learn to run" Lord Coe, pictured, responding when asked why he had taken up running "All those self-satisfied horticultural Hyacinth Bouquets, with their show-offy questions and polite in-jokes, I hope they all get rampant knotweed" Sarah Vine, wife of Education Secretary, Michael Gove, is no fan of the BBC radio's Gardeners' Question Time "I can have confrontation with a bloke but never with a woman.
The three day event from March 15-17, harvests a crop celebrity speakers including TV botanist James Wong, Gardeners' Question Time panellist Bob Flowerdew, author and TV presenter Alys Fowler, renowned chef Rachel Green and grow-your-own guru Paul Peacock.
The show was opened by Knowsley mayor Cllr Norman Hogg and Tatton Park's former head gardener Sam Youd, who was also a judge and a panellist on Gardeners' Question Time at the show.
1 Gardeners' Question Time, Bodnant Garden, Llandudno, tonight, 7pm An enjoyable evening with expert gardeners from the National Trust's Bodnant team.