BBC One’s political debate programme, Question Time, is being hosted from St Paul’s Cathedral for the first time in the programme’s history, tonight Thursday, 21st February at 10.35pm.
St Paul’s was one of the country’s ‘original’ places for debate, with assemblies from Paul’s Cross (in the present Cathedral gardens) dating back to the 13th Century. David Dimbleby will chair the debate which will take place directly under the Cathedral’s iconic dome.
The panel of guests facing questions from the live audience will be Liberal Democrat MP for Twickenham and Business Secretary, Vince Cable; Dianne Abbott, Labour MP for Hackney North and Stoke Newington; Conservative politician and former Deputy Prime Minister, Lord Heseltine; Rev Giles Fraser who resigned from his position at St Paul’s in 2011; and Mail on Sunday columnist, Peter Hitchens.
Question Time is produced for BBC One by Mentorn Media and BBC Scotland.
To apply for a seat in the audience you can register your question at www.bbc.co.uk/questiontime or call 0330 123 99 88.
For further information please contact Louise Plank on 020 8995 3936 or email@example.com