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Politicians, public office-holders and celebrities face questions on topical issues from a studio audience.

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  Self - Chairman (813 episodes, 1979-2019)
Robin Day ...
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Peter Sissons ...
  Self - Chairman (150 episodes, 1989-2019)
Fiona Bruce ...
  Self - Chair (63 episodes, 2019-2020)
Kenneth Clarke ...
  Self / ... (56 episodes, 1982-2019)
Shirley Williams ...
  Self (56 episodes, 1980-2015)
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  Self (45 episodes, 1987-2014)
Harriet Harman ...
  Self (43 episodes, 1981-2015)
Charles Kennedy ...
  Self (42 episodes, 1983-2015)
Clare Short ...
  Self (38 episodes, 1980-2011)
Michael Heseltine ...
  Self (38 episodes, 1979-2019)
Roy Hattersley ...
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Simon Hughes ...
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Tony Benn ...
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Margaret Beckett ...
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Melanie Phillips ...
  Self / ... (30 episodes, 1996-2019)
Robin Cook ...
  Self (30 episodes, 1981-2005)
Peter Hain ...
  Self (29 episodes, 1982-2015)
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  Self (28 episodes, 1999-2019)
Ann Leslie ...
  Self (27 episodes, 1979-2012)
David Steel ...
  Self (27 episodes, 1981-2009)
John Prescott ...
  Self (27 episodes, 1985-2019)
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  Self (26 episodes, 1985-2012)
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Diane Abbott ...
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Caroline Flint ...
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  Self (24 episodes, 1982-2015)
Gerald Kaufman ...
  Self (23 episodes, 1980-2003)
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  Self (23 episodes, 1981-2007)
Peter Hitchens ...
  Self (23 episodes, 1996-2015)
Douglas Alexander ...
  Self (23 episodes, 2003-2015)
Edwina Currie ...
  Self (22 episodes, 1983-2011)
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  Self (22 episodes, 1987-2013)
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Caroline Lucas ...
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David Willetts ...
  Self (21 episodes, 1989-2014)
Michael Ancram ...
  Self (21 episodes, 1995-2006)
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  Self (20 episodes, 1982-2013)
Polly Toynbee ...
  Self (20 episodes, 1982-2013)
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Germaine Greer ...
  Self (19 episodes, 1980-2015)
Jack Straw ...
  Self (19 episodes, 1981-2011)
Roy Jenkins ...
  Self (19 episodes, 1981-1997)
John Smith ...
  Self (19 episodes, 1982-1992)

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Plot Summary

Each week a panel of politicians, journalist and comment writers is chaired by David Dimbleday as they accept questions from the audience. Each of the three major political parties are represented in order to give each an opportunity for their party and their politics to be represented as the topics of the week are raised and discussed in a lively forum that moves to a different part of the UK each week for broadcast. Written by bob the moo

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Trivia Several companion services have been tried for further discussion around issues raised on this show. From September 2007-July 2009 "Question Time Extra", a viewers' text and e-mail show was broadcast on the BBC News channel. In 2012, a Question Time Extra Guest, being a notable person who comments along live on Twitter, was added. In May 2013, a 3-hour radio phone-in including simulcast, "Question Time Extra Time" began on BBC Radio 5 Live. See more »
Goofs A Train Service between two destinations can be canceled more than once on the same day. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Have I Got News for You: The Best of the Guest Presenters (2003). See more »
Quotes Woman: [an episode held at the height of the 2009 MPs expenses scandal] Mrs. Beckett, are you going to pay back the £72,000 that you've taken, after your mealy-mouthed answer trying to explain yourself? And Mr. Campbell, how the hell do you get through £800 a month on food?
Menzies Campbell: Not £800 a month.
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