Who is on BBC Question Time tonight? Where is it coming from? Who is Jordan Peterson?

BBC Question Time is coming from Beckenham, Bromley tonight.

Where is BBC Question Time coming from tonight?

Beckenham, Bromley.

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Who is on the panel?

Mims Davies (Conservative MP for Mid Sussex)

First elected an MP in 2015 for the constituency of Eastleigh where she remained until the 2019 general election.

Ms. Davies then stood as the Conservative Party candidate in Mid Sussex where she went on to replace Sir Nicholas Soames securing a 18,197 (29%) majority.

She is the incumbent Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Employment.

Ms. Davies campaigned for the UK to leave the European Union in 2016.

Stella Creasey (Labour MP for Walthamstow)

Ms. Creasey was first elected as MP for Walthamstow in 2010 - she secured a 30,862 (63.8%) majority at the last general election in December 2019.

Was in both Ed Miliband’s and Harriet Harman’s shadow cabinet.

An outspoken critic of former Labour Party leader and MP for Islington North, Jeremy Corbyn.

Stephen Flynn (SNP MP for Aberdeen South)

At 33 years-old, Stepehn Flynn is one of the youngest serving MPs in the House of Commons.

First elected as MP for Aberdeen South in 2019 with a majority of 3,990 (8.7%).

SNP Spokesperson for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy.

Nazir Afzal (former Chief Crown Prosecutor for North West England 2011 - 2015)

Mr. Afzal is perhaps best known for taking on cases involving violence against women and the sexual exploitation of children.

A member of the Independent Press Standards Organisation (IPSO) Complaints Committee since 2017.

An outspoken critic of government cuts to the Crown Prosecution Service and Ministry of Justice.

Jordan Peterson (Canadian professor of psychology and clinical psychologist)

Shot to fame in 2016 with a number of YouTube videos on gender identity and expression.

Author of 12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos (2018) which has sold more than five million copies worldwide.

Withdrew from public life between 2019 and 2020 because of health issues.

Published Beyond Order: 12 More Rules for Life earlier this year.

A prolific podcaster.

When and where can I watch it?

BBC1 and BBC London at 10.35pm.

How long does it last?

One hour.

Is it broadcast live?

No. There is approximately one hour between recording and broadcasting.