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First Time Voters Question Time

Dermot O'Leary
Dermot O'Leary will present First Time Voters Question Time

Are you a first time voter? You can now apply to take part in a special BBC Three Question Time event chaired by Dermot O'Leary just before the general election.

BBC Three will be mounting a debate chaired by Dermot in which an audience made up exclusively of first time voters will quiz a panel of politicians and famous faces about the issues that matter most to them.

The programme will be recorded on Tuesday 4th May for broadcast the following day, on the eve of the election.

If you would like to be in the audience in London, then please apply using the form below.

Details about the panel will follow shortly.

We will contact as many applicants as possible prior to the programme but, due to the volume of requests received, we apologise that we are unable to call everyone.

If you hear nothing from us please assume that on this occasion your application has not been successful.

Your details

Your details

Do you consider yourself to have any disabilities?

If you are disabled, do you require wheelchair access?

Your Opinions & Political Views

Your Opinions & Political Views

Have you ever voted in a general election?

Have you ever voted in a local election?

Additional Information

Additional Information

The audience for First Time Voters Question Time is proactive and we wish to ensure that the opportunity to put forward questions and take part in the debates is given to those people wishing to participate.

Would you please confirm that you are keen to get involved.

Please add any more relevant information in the box below.

Are you happy for your email details to be retained for up to 4 years on behalf of Mentorn, an independent production company which produces First Time Voters Question Time for the BBC, so that Mentorn may contact you about appearing in the audience for other BBC programmes?

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