What time is Question Time on tonight and who's in the line up?

QUESTION Time returns tonight with a new batch of guests.

Here's what you need to know about tonight's episode.

What time is Question Time on tonight?

Question Time is on tonight (September 17) at 10.45pm.

Fiona Bruce will host as usual, returning after the show's three-month break.

Fiona's new pay packet for 2020 was revealed, and she is now reportedly earning £400,000 a year.

On the show's official Twitter account they shared that tonight's episode will feature a virtual audience.

"Our first programme of the series will take questions from a Virtual Audience in Oldham – join the discussion using #bbcqt," they posted.

Who's in the line up?

Nadhim Zahawi

Nadhim Zahawi is a Conservative MP, working as Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy.

He is the co-founder of YouGov, the large market research firm.

Controversially, he is a landlord too and voted against making rental homes "fit for human habitation" in 2016.

Nicci Gerrard

Nicci Gerrard writes crime books with her husband, under the name of Nicci French (his name is Sean French).

She is also a journalist and has written about dementia, which won her the 2016 Orwell prize.

Professor Sunetra Gupta

Professor Sunetra Gupta has a pretty lengthy job title: infectious disease epidemiologist and a professor of theoretical epidemiology at the University of Oxford.

She has been researching COVID-19 and will be offering her opinion on the situation.

Her expertise is in the evolution of diversity in pathogens, particularly within malaria, influenza and bacterial meningitis.

Jon Ashworth

Jon Ashworth is the shadow health secretary, representing Labour.

He was quoted saying: "It's no longer 'Test and Trace' and more like 'Trace a Test'," so it's expected that he will critique the government's response to the pandemic.

He worked as an advisor to Gordon Brown.

John Caudwell

John Caudwell is a billionaire businessman.

He is the co-founder of Phones4u and in 2006 sold the company for £1.5billion.

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