Topical debate in which guests from the worlds of politics and the media answer questions posed by members of the public.
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21st February 2019 - Chester 2019x07
Fiona Bruce chairs the debate from Chester, with a panel of politicians and other guests facing topical questions from the audience.
14th February 2019 - Aylesbury 2019x06
Fiona Bruce presents debate from Aylesbury, with panellists Jacob Rees-Mogg, Lisa Nandy, Jimmy Wales, Grace Blakeley and Geoff Norcott.
7th February 2019 - Motherwell 2019x05
Fiona Bruce chairs the debate from Motherwell, with a panel of politicians and other guests facing topical questions from the audience.
31st January - Lincoln 2019x04
Fiona Bruce presents an hour of topical debate from Lincoln. On the panel are vice chair for women of the Conservative Party Helen Whately MP, shadow justice secretary and shadow chancellor Richard Burgon MP, chief executive of Siemans UK Juergen Maier, businesswoman Gina Miller, and Camilla Tominey, associate editor of the Daily Telegraph and writer on politics and the royal family.
24th January 2019 - Winchester 2019x03
Fiona Bruce presents debate from Winchester. On the panel are the Brexiteer and former Brexit minister who resigned her post over Theresa May's deal, Suella Braverman MP, the shadow secretary of state of housing, John Healey MP, chief leader writer at the Observer and former policy adviser to Ed Miliband, Sonia Sodha, the executive chairman of the communications agency Cicero Group, Iain Anderson, and Express columnist and radio host on the weekday breakfast programme at LBC, Nick Ferrari.
17th January 2019 - Derby 2019x02
Fiona Bruce presents debate from Derby, with a panel of politicians and other guests facing topical questions from the audience. She is joined by minister for justice with responsibility for prisons Rory Stewart, shadow home secretary Diane Abbott, deputy leader of the SNP at Westminster Kirsty Blackman, journalist Isabel Oakeshott and professor of European politics and foreign affairs at King's College Anand Menon.
10th January 2019 - London 2019x01
Fiona Bruce presents her first Question Time from London, with a panel of politicians and other guests facing topical questions from the audience. She is joined by deputy chairman of the Conservative Party James Cleverly MP, shadow foreign secretary Emily Thornberry MP, deputy leader of the Liberal Democrats Jo Swinson MP, author, broadcaster and columnist for The Times Melanie Phillips and comedian, satirist and presenter of BBC2's The Mash Report Nish Kumar.
13th December 2018 - London 2018x39
David Dimbleby chairs the debate from Southwark in south London. On the panel are former Brexit secretary, former Europe minister and Conservative Party chairman David Davis MP, shadow education secretary Angela Rayner MP, former secretary of state for education and current chair of the treasury select committee Nicky Morgan MP, former co-leader of the Green Party and the party's only MP Caroline Lucas, and comedian, writer and broadcaster Jo Brand.
6th December 2018 - Bishop's Stortford 2018x38
David Dimbleby chairs debate from Bishop's Stortford. On the panel are Conservative secretary of state for housing, communities and local government James Brokenshire MP, Labour's shadow attorney general and member of the House of Lords Shami Chakrabarti, the SNP's leader in Westminster Ian Blackford MP, director of the Institute for Government Jill Rutter, and columnist and former newspaper editor Charles Moore.
29th November 2018 - Penzance 2018x37
David Dimbleby chairs debate from Penzance, with a panel of politicians and other guests facing topical questions from the audience.The panellists are: Nadhim Zahawi MP, minister for education, Conservative; Rebecca Long-Bailey MP, shadow business secretary, Labour; Layla Moran MP, education spokesperson, Liberal Democrats; Tim Martin, chairman of the Wetherspoon pub chain; and Benjamin Zephaniah, poet and writer.
22nd November 2018 - Cannock 2018x36
David Dimbleby presents an hour of topical debate from Cannock. On the panel are Conservative MP and secretary of state for Northern Ireland Karen Bradley, shadow treasury minister Clive Lewis MP, the managing director of the supermarket chain Iceland, Richard Walker, former president of the John Lewis Partnership Council and former chairman of the Equality and Human Rights Commission Trevor Phillips, and journalist and presenter on talkRadio Julia Hartley-Brewer.