Question Time is heading for King’s Lynn
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BBC One's political debate programme, Question Time, will be hosted from the Alive Corn Exchange, King's Lynn next month.
It will host the last episode of the current series of the long-running show on Thursday, July 5.
Question Time is said to be the nation's most popular political debate programme and hears from a range of voices.
The programme always has representation from the government of the day and the official opposition party, as well as representatives from other political parties and well-known public figures.
Presenter David Dimbleby said: 'I am very much looking forward to bringing Question Time to King's Lynn. What really matters is that we have a lively audience who want to speak their mind.'
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Question Time will be broadcast on BBC One at 10.45pm on the same evening it is recorded.
To apply to be in the audience, call 0330 123 9988.
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