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This week's panel

Ed Balls

Question Time, the BBC's premier political debate programme comes from the West Midlands on Thursday 29 April.

The panel includes the Schools Secretary Ed Balls, the shadow defence secretary Liam Fox, the Liberal Democrats' treasury spokesman Vince Cable, the SNP leader Alex Salmond and the broadcaster and journalist Janet Street Porter.

This week's Question Time will be broadcast live so that both the audience and panel are able to watch the final prime ministerial debate earlier in the evening featuring Gordon Brown, David Cameron and Nick Clegg, and are able to comment on that.

The programme is normally recorded earlier in the evening as explained in this information page about the programme.

Question Time will be on BBC One at 2245 BST on Thursday 29 April and available on BBC iPlayer after transmission.



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