The Daily Politics has a separate afternoon debate programme on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays throughout the election campaign.
There will be nine "cabinet contender" live television debates, on BBC Two between 1415 and 1500 where leading politicians will be cross examined by Andrew Neil and a specialist BBC correspondent.
Questions should be submitted 24 hours ahead of the debate to stand a good chance of being put the contenders.
Follow the debate on twitter with the hashtag #cabdebate
Click on the links below to find out more about the guests and subjects for each show - and how to email in your questions.
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THE FOREIGN AFFAIRS DEBATE
David Miliband v William Hague v Ed Davey
Monday 19 April with Andrew Neil & Mark Urban
Davey, Miliband and Hague on Europe
THE CRIME DEBATE
Alan Johnson v Chris Grayling v Chris Huhne
Tuesday 20 April with Andrew Neil & Mark Easton
Opening salvos in crime debate
THE CHANCELLORS' DEBATE
Alistair Darling v George Osborne v Vince Cable
Wednesday 21 April with Andrew Neil & Stephanie Flanders
Cable, Osborne and Darling on IMF comments
THE ENVIRONMENT DEBATE
Ed Miliband v Greg Clark v Simon Hughes v Darren Johnson
Monday 26 April with Andrew Neil & Justin Rowlatt
Where they stand on Heathrow expansion
THE BUSINESS DEBATE
Peter Mandelson v Ken Clarke v John Thurso v John Swinney
Tuesday 27 April with Andrew Neil & Robert Peston
How do we stop foreign takeovers?
THE HEALTH DEBATE
Andy Burnham v Andrew Lansley v Norman Lamb
Wednesday 28 April with Andrew Neil & Branwen Jeffreys
Why does the NHS have more managers?
THE EDUCATION DEBATE
Ed Balls v Michael Gove v David Laws
Monday 3 May with Andrew Neil & Mike Baker
Cabinet contenders on Sats policies
THE IMMIGRATION DEBATE
Phil Woolas v Damian Green v Tom Brake v Nigel Farage
Tuesday 4 May with Andrew Neil & Mark Easton
Fruitcakes and Bigot-gate
THE TRUST IN POLITICS DEBATE
Harriet Harman v George Young v Lynne Featherstone v Adam Price
Wednesday 5 May with Andrew Neil & Jo Coburn
Calls for electoral reform