BBC’s Question Time will air tonight (May 21) under its new format.
Guests will be two metres apart, in line with social distancing guidelines, with no audience members in the studio.
What time does Question Time start tonight?
The panel debate show will be broadcast tonight (May 21) at 10.50pm.
A representative of the government, a member of the opposition party and others will take part in an hour long debate of topical issues.
Before the outbreak of coronavirus, the show was filmed across different parts of the country with a studio audience grilling panellists.
Now the show is made up of a virtual audience, who can join in from the safety of their home.
You can apply to be on the show online by filling in the BBC’s application form.
Who is the host?
Fiona Bruce has fronted the show since January 2019.
She replaced long time presenter, David Dimbleby.
Fiona, 56, has presented several shows at the BBC including Crimewatch.
She also became the first female to present News at Ten.
Who is on the guest panel?
Andy Burnham has been the mayor of Greater Manchester since 2017.
Before that, he served as the health secretary and is a former candidate for the position of Labour leader in 2015.
Mr Burnham has been one of the most vocal critics of the Government’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic.
After being represented by big names such as Matt Hancock, Chris Philp will be speaking on behalf of the Government on this episode.
He was elected as an MP for Croydon South and appointed junior minister for the justice ministry in September 2019.
Before his career in politics, the Oxford educated MP was a businessman.
She is a former Danish politician who served as Denmark’s 26th prime minister from October 2011 to June 2015.
She is the first woman to have served in that role and the first to have led her party, the Social Democrats.
After ending her political career in 2016, she became the chief executive for the NGO, Save the Children.
Camilla Tominey is an associate editor at The Telegraph.
She launched an attack on the Government’s roadmap to exiting the lockdown saying it is more akin to a “spaghetti junction”.
“Only a Government team devoid of women could have drafted a plan so full of holes,” according to her.
James Graham, 37, is a playwright who is known for staging political dramas.
Some of his major plays include This House, Ink, and Finding Neverland.
His work has earned him nominations for the Tony and Olivier awards.
He has also written dramas for the small screen including Quiz, The Crown and television film Brexit: The Uncivil War.