BBC Question Time

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.
Laughter from the public as presenter Fiona Bruce is unconvinced about the plan to deal with rising bills.
"That was ridicule – they don't believe him," host Victoria Derbyshire concluded.
Suella Braverman claimed the government has "a track record which I'm proud of" when it comes to welcoming refugees.
Konstantin Kisin revealed on Question Time that he has relatives in Ukraine who are "fleeing for their lives".
The mayor of Greater Manchester expressed his frustration over the Tories' levelling up agenda on BBC Question Time.
George Eustice claims there's no link between mob attack and Boris Johnson's words, which were said "in the heat of the moment".
The exchange included a withering glance at the camera, a discreet sip of water and a philosophy degree.
"Those that make the rules have to live by the rules," the Daily Mirror's editor said.
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