The latest episode of BBC’s politics show Question Time will be filmed in Manchester this week.
Regular host Fiona Bruce will present the show, which allows members of the audience to read out questions.
The episode in Manchester is the second in the new series which started in Grimsby on September 22.
Here’s what you can expect from the Question Time episode in Manchester and how you can tune in to watch.
When is Question Time coming from Manchester?
The latest episode of Question Time is being filmed in Manchester and will air on Thursday, September 29 at 10:40pm on BBC One.
Who is on the panel in Manchester?
Sitting on the panel on Question Time in Manchester is a selection of representatives from the media, politicians and business people.
These are listed as follows:
Conservative Member of Parliament for Sutton and Cheam. Paul is the minister for local government and also serves as minister for London.
Labour Member of Parliament for Houghton and Sunderland South, shadow secretary of state for education and previously was shadow chief secretary to the treasury.
Founder and chairman of Cobra Beer, chancellor of the University of Birmingham, and vice president of CBI.
Executive editor of The Economist, host of ‘The Economist Asks’ podcast, and columnist for the Evening Standard.
Television and radio broadcaster, presented shows including Blue Peter and Top of the Pops, and is the former host of Young Voters’ Question Time.