THE BBC’s weekly debate programme Question Time is being broadcast live from London this evening. Hosted by Fiona Bruce, a range of big names are set to appear on tonight’s show including Scottish actor Brian Cox. Below is a list of all the guests set to appear and a bit about their background.
Presenter Fiona Bruce welcomed the husband and wife duo in Scotland this weekend. A BBC Antiques Roadshow guest has been left surprised after an item he branded "ugly" was valued with a whopping sum. Presenter Fiona Bruce welcomed the husband and wife duo in Scotland this weekend.
BBC One's hit debate panel show Question Time is coming to Suffolk later this year. Hosted by Fiona Bruce, the show will be filmed in Snape, near Aldeburgh, on November 17. The hostess will be joined by a yet-unannounced panel of politicians, journalists or other well-known faces.
A popular BBC One programme is set to be filmed in Suffolk next month. The lively topical debate show will be coming to Snape, near Aldeburgh, on November 17. Hosted by Fiona Bruce, Question Time will be recorded in front of a studio audience and a panel of guests, including a representative from the government and the official opposition.
Antiques Roadshow ceramics expert Eric Knowles admitted his scepticism when looking at a guest's 1948 ceramic plate, which had seen better days. Antiques Roadshow: Man left shocked by plate valuation In a recent episode of BBC's Antiques Roadshow, host Fiona Bruce and her team of experts were in Wells in Somerset.
BBC Question Time host Fiona Bruce earned huge applause last night after clashing with a Labour MP on how the party would pay for Keir Starmer's ambitious economic plans. Question Time host Fiona Bruce grilled Labour's shadow education minister on how the party would pay for its ambitious economic plans.
The BBC's flagship political debate programme was held in Manchester this week, with the fate of the Tory party a topic of discussion. TV broadcaster and producer Richard Bacon claimed that new PM Liz Truss could be the person who "wipes out the Conservatives" while appearing on Question Time on Thursday.
He joined MPs Paul Scully and Bridget Phillipson, Karan Bilimoria and journalist Anne McElvoy on Question Time in Manchester Television and radio broadcaster Richard Bacon was among the panellists on this week's episode of Question Time. The presenter shot to fame - and infamy - on L!ve TV and Blue Peter in the 90s and has gone on to have a hugely successful career in TV and radio.
Antiques Roadshow expert Dendy Easton left one guest extremely pleased after revealing a painting by singer George Melly could fetch a staggering amount. During an episode of the BBC show, the Antiques Roadshow team took a trip to Sefton Park Palm House in Liverpool. BBC viewers got to see an array of items brought in by guests including a 1960s cubist painting by the famous singer George Melly.
The Antiques Roadshow was broadcast from the Palm House in Sefton Park this weekend A guest on the Antiques Roadshow brought along an item he found in a charity shop and was stunned to learn just what it was worth. Sunday evening's episode showed Fiona Bruce and the team visit Sefton Park' s Palm House, where a number of people brought along heirlooms and trinkets to be valued.
Neither of North East Lincolnshire's MP were approached to appear on the panel when the show was filmed in Grimsby Producers of the BBC's Question Time show have explained why no politicians from the Grimsby area appeared on its show that was filmed in the town. The current affairs programme hosted by Fiona Bruce featured Labour Shadow Home Secretary Wes Streeting, Conservative Cabinet Office minister Brendan Clarke-Smith, economist Gerald Lyons, Baroness Claire Fox and Liberal Democrat foreign affairs spokesperson Layla Moran.
QUESTION Time still has “some way to go” before it can be considered fair and balanced, the SNP have said, following apparent attempts by presenter Fiona Bruce to address accusations the show has a right-wing bias. Bruce began Thursday night’s show – coming from Grimsby - with a statement highlighting how it was “absolutely critical” to have “a fair range of views” on the programme, both in the audience and on the panel.
Fiona Bruce attempts to silence BBC Question Time critics - but is warned it's not enough QUESTION Time still has “some way to go” before it can be considered fair and balanced, the SNP have said, following apparent attempts by presenter Fiona Bruce to address accusations the show has a right-wing bias.
No one knows if BBC bias, sexism or soundbite politics is to blame. Every Thursday evening, furious viewers mass on Twitter to denounce BBC One’s Question Time. Fiona Bruce, the host, is deemed “irritating” and “rude” and seemingly winds up just about everyone, while viewers across the spectrum cry “bias!” without anyone being able to agree on which side her supposed bias lies.
Question Time returned to BBC One last night as Fiona Bruce was joined by Conservative MP Brendan Clarke-Smith, Labour's Shadow Health Secretary Wes Streeting, ex-Liberal Democrat leadership contender Layla Moran, former Brexit Party MEP Claire Fox and economist Dr Gerard Lyons. MPs locked horns over Liz Truss' move to lift the Government's ban on fracking as Question Time made its return to TV screens last night following a lengthy hiatus over the summer.
Panellists include Labour MP Wes Streeting, Conservative MP Brendan Clarke-Smith and Boris Johnson's former Chief Economic Advisor when he was mayor of London, Gerard Lyons Final question: If we're heading into a winter of discontent, what positive changes can we look forward to? Fourth question: Does the West have the stomach for the fight now that Putin has threatened to use nuclear weapons?
Question Time returns this week with a studio audience in Grimsby Five special guests will share their views and opinions on the week’s political agenda as the new series of Question Time returns to BBC One. This week's Question Time debate will be broadcast from Grimsby.
EXPERTS believe a work of art tucked away at the back of a Port church could be worth around £70,000. A painting in the Church of John the Baptist in Shore Street appeared on the BBC TV show Fake or Fortune?. Art historian Ian Macdonald had been studying the painting - The Lamentation - for years before he passed away.