This week, on BBC Question Time, David Dimbleby chairs the debate from Uxbridge, as a panel of guests faces topical questions from the audience, focusing on the outcome of last week’s general election.
Brian May will join David Dimbleby and the panel.
– Member of the European Parliament / Leader of UKIP
– Secretary of State for Health, and the Member of Parliament for South West Surrey. He was previously Culture Secretary
– Labour Politician – historian and broadcast journalist, Member of Parliament for Stoke-on-Trent Centra, Staffordshire.
– British musician, singer, songwriter, astrophysicist, lead guitarist of rock band Queen, animal welfare and Common Decency campaigner.
Zanny Minton Beddoes
– Editor-in-Chief for The Economist.
David Dimbleby presents topical debate from Uxbridge.
How you can take part in the discussion by text message or tweet:
Text message. The number is 83981.
Twitter: Twitterers exchange messages live during the programme by inserting the hashtag #bbcqt in their messages. Unlike the texting platform, the Twitter debate is neither run nor moderated by the BBC. You can also follow messages from the programme on its Twitter account: @bbcquestiontime.
Thursday 14 May 2015 – 22:45 (1 hour)
BBC ONE EXCEPT HD, NORTHERN IRELAND, NORTHERN IRELAND HD
Thu 14 May 2015
BBC ONE HD ONLY
Thu 14 May 2015
BBC ONE NORTHERN IRELAND, NORTHERN IRELAND HD ONLY
Presenter David Dimbleby
Series Editor Nicolai Gentchev
Executive Producer Hayley Valentine
Also you can tune into:
“QUESTION TIME EXTRA TIME” Radio 5 Live, Thursday 14 May at 22:00.
Stephen Nolan and John Pienaar introduce coverage of Question Time, with the chance to continue the debate after the simulcast.
Text 85058 or tweet @bbc5live.