Who is on BBC Question Time tonight, when is it on the iPlayer and what is the Twitter hashtag?

BBC Question Time will be broadcast from Bath - here’s a rundown of who is due to feature on tonight’s panel.

The return of ‘Partygate’, the continued Russian invasion of Ukraine and the news the government is set to perform a U-turn on its intention to ban so-called gay conversion therapy are all sure to feature on BBC Question Time this evening.

What time and channel is BBC Question Time on?

The current affairs programme is on BBC1 at 10:35pm on Thursday evening.

Where is Question Time tonight?

Tonight’s show will come from Bath.

Who will host Question Time tonight?

Tonight’s show will be hosted by BBC broadcaster and journalist, Victoria Derbyshire.

Question Time is usually hosted by Fiona Bruce who, according to Victoria Derbyshire, will be back in the hot seat next week.

Who is on tonight’s Question Time panel?

Maria Caulfield - MP for Lewes - Conservative:

Maria Caulfield was first elected as MP for Lewes in 2015 and she is the current Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Patient Safety and Primary Care.

Caulfield is also a fully trained nurse and it was working on a campaign to save hospitals in Brighton that introduced her to the Conservative party.

Caulfield campaigned for the United Kingdom to leave the European Union in 2016.

In 2020 she was forced to apologise to the leader of the Labour party after she shared a doctored video of Sir. Keir Starmer explaining why as then director of the crown prosecution service, he did not prosecute grooming gangs.

Caulfield deleted the 22 second clip and apologised.

Steve Reed - MP for Croydon North - Labour:

The current Shadow Secretary of State for Justice and until becoming a MP he was leader of Lambeth London Borough Council from 2006 to 2012.

Found himself in hot water in 2020 when he published an anti-Semitic tweet concerning businessman Richard Desmond.

Reed deleted the tweet and apologised to Mr. Desmond after he discovered he was Jewish.

Was appointed Shadow Secretary of State for Justice and Shadow Lord Chancellor in November 2021.

Ian Blackford - MP for for Ross, Skye and Lochaber - SNP:

The leader of the SNP in Westminster, Mr. Blackford was first elected as an MP in 2015.

Decades of experience working in the financial sector as an investment banker.

Blackford has been married for 20 years and is said to support Hibernian F.C.

Zanny Minton Beddoes - editor-in-chief of The Economist:

The first woman to be appointed editor-in-chief of The Economist.

Regarded as one of the most authoritative people in the world when it comes to finance, she is also married to fellow journalist, Sebastian Mallaby, with whom she has had four children.

Julia Hartley-Brewer - journalist, broadcaster and columnist:

Hartley-Brewer hosts a phone in show on talkRADIO.

A staunch Brexiter, Hartley-Brewer, said the treatment of Northern Ireland was a “price worth paying”.

When will I be able to watch on iPlayer?

It is recorded an hour before it goes out on television and is usually available on the iPlayer soon after broadcasting ends.

What is the Twitter hashtag viewers can use to join in on the discussion?

The hashtag is #bbcqt.