Who’s on BBC Query Time tonight?

Who is on BBC Question Time tonight?

QUESTION TIME returns tonight underneath its new format.

Social distancing will proceed to be noticed with visitors two metres away from one another and no studio viewers, however who’s showing on the present and what time does it begin?

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BBC Query Time returns tonight, however the studio viewers won’t be current
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What time does Query Time begin tonight?

Query Time begins at its new, earlier time of 8.05pm.

Earlier than the coronavirus outbreak, the present commenced at 10.45pm.

The present was meant to happen in Rugby this week, however the panel aren’t travelling and have requested residents of Rugby to ship of their questions.

Who’s the host?

Fiona Bruce

Fiona Bruce has hosted Query Time since January 2019

Fiona Bruce has been internet hosting Query Time since January 10, 2019.

She was introduced in to exchange very long time present host David Dimbleby, and appeared on the debut editon of the programme’s new sequence.

Fiona has spent most of her profession on the BBC, presenting Crimewatch and changing into the primary feminine newsreader on the BBC Information At Ten.

Who’s on the visitor panel?

Yvette Cooper MP

Yvette Cooper is a former Shadow House Secretary and ran for the Labour management in 2015

Yvette Cooper has been Labour MP for Normanton, Pontefract and Castleford  since 2010.

The previous Shadow House Secretary is married to ex-Shadow Chancellor and Strictly contender Ed Balls.

In 2008, they grew to become the primary married couple ever to take a seat in Cupboard collectively when she was appointed Chief Secretary to the Treasury and Balls was Secretary of State for Kids, Colleges and Households.

Cooper ran for the Labour management in 2015 and completed third within the contest with 17 per cent of the vote, behind Jeremy Corbyn and Andy Burnham.

John Sentamu – Archbishop of York

John Sentamu has been Archbishop of York since 2005
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John Sentamu grew to become the primary black Archbishop within the Church of England when he was enthroned at York Minster with a ceremony of African singing and dancing and modern music.

Born in Kampala, Uganda Sentamu has been a long-time campaigner towards poverty, whereas additionally talking out towards Robert Mugabe’s regime in Zimbabwe and a few points of multiculturalism.

He’ll retire as Archbishop on June 7 this 12 months.

Donna Kinnair

Donna Kinnair is Chief Government and Common Secretary of the Royal Faculty of Nursing

Donna Kinnair has held the place of Chief Government and Common Secretary of the Royal Faculty of Nursing since August 2018.

She has specialised in baby safety, offering management in main hospital trusts in London, educating, and advising on authorized and governmental committees.

She has known as the shortage of non-public protecting tools (PPE) obtainable to nurses throughout the coronavirus pandemic “unacceptable”.