BBC Question Time

It follows reports that Boris Johnson might not replace Lord Geidt after his unexpected resignation this week.
“He lurches sometimes to the right, sometimes to the left. But always in the direction of his own self interest.”
"Our country deserves better and we will not get better until Boris Johnson is gone," Peter Kyle said.
Panelists also unload on Tory minister, and criticise "ideological" drive to get people back to offices.
An economist who shared the panel with Suella Braverman received a round of applause for her scathing assessment.
Formula 1 star questions future in sport: "Is this something we should do, travel the world, wasting resources?"
The four-time Formula 1 champion to appear this week as Hackney hosts BBC's flagship politics show.
About BBC Question Time
Question Time is a BBC political debate programme based on Any Questions? The show features politicians from at least the three major political parties as well as other public figures who answer pre-selected questions put to them by an audience selected on the basis of its political views and demographic. Question Time is presented by David Dimbleby. Programme schedule. Source: Wikipedia