Question Time, the BBC's premier political programme chaired by David Dimbleby, was broadcast from King's Lynn on 22 June.
He was joined by Secretary of State for Education Alan Johnson MP, Conservative Head of Policy Oliver Letwin MP, Former Leader of the Liberal Democrats Charles Kennedy and writer and broadcaster Germaine Greer.
ALAN JOHNSON MP
Title: Secretary of State for Education
Alan Johnson was moved to Education in the May reshuffle.
He has been tipped as a possible successor to Tony Blair and has said that he would be "interested" in being deputy Prime Minister "when there is a vacancy".
Earlier this week he claimed it was an "incredible thing to say" that Labour might lose the next election despite the party's slump in the opinion polls.
OLIVER LETWIN MP
Title: Conservative, Head of Policy
Oliver Letwin was made chairman of the Conservative Party's policy unit under David Cameron last year and he oversees all on-going policy review groups.
Previously he held senior posts as shadow chancellor and shadow home secretary.
CHARLES KENNEDY MP
Title: Former Leader of the Liberal Democrats
Charles Kennedy resigned as the leader of the Liberal Democrats in January.
As leader he was an outspoken opponent of the war in Iraq and was one of the leaders of the anti war march in London.
Polling earlier this year showed that the majority of people questioned thought that the Liberal Democrats would be worse off without Charles Kennedy as leader.
Title: Writer and broadcaster
Germaine Greer is an Australian writer, academic and broadcaster.
Her first and most famous work is The Female Eunuch, which examined attitudes toward women and called for an end to sexual repression, making her a leading feminist.
She writes regularly for the Guardian.