Dear British Broadcasting Corporation,
I understand that people can apply to be in the audience of various shows through the BBC "Shows and Tours" website.
My question is related to when an individual is offered tickets to a showing and then does not arrive at that showing but also does not cancel their tickets. If that person applies for tickets for another showing, will their no-show at a previous event prejudice their likelihood at being offered tickets for a future event?
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