The BBC’s weekly debate programme hosted by Fiona Bruce is taking place in Inverness this evening.

Discussions about Nicola Sturgeon’s proposed referendum date of October 19, 2023 are likely to dominate.

When is Question Time on and how can I watch?

Question Time starts at 10.40pm and will be broadcast on BBC One. It will also be available to watch on BBC iPlayer.

Below is a list of all the guests who will be appearing this evening.

Angus Robertson

The Cabinet Secretary for the Constitution, External Affairs, and Culture has been in his current role since 2021 and can be expected to staunchly defend the Scottish Government’s proposed referendum date.

The National:

He is a huge proponent of Scotland’s place in Europe and speaks fluent German.

Robertson was first elected to the House of Commons in 2001 and served as leader of the SNP at Westminster from 2007 - 2017.

Pam Duncan-Glancy

The Labour MSP is the party spokesperson on social justice and social security.

She was elected to the Scottish Parliament in 2021 and became the first permanent wheelchair user to be elected to Holyrood.

The National:

A Labour party member for nearly twenty years, Duncan-Glancy previously worked in public health communications.

Craig Hoy

Currently serving as the Chairman for the Scottish Conservatives, Hoy is also the party spokesperson for mental health and social care.

After serving as a Conservative councillor in East Lothian he was elected to the Scottish Parliament in 2021.

The National:

Before politics he worked as a journalist for numerous outlets, including the BBC. He also co-founded Holyrood Magazine.

Susie McCabe

An award-winning stand-up comedian who has sold out shows at the Glasgow International Comedy Festival and the Edinburgh Fringe.

The National:

She has previously been praised for highlighting the reasons behind Westminster’s reluctance to grant Scotland a second independence referendum. 

Fraser Nelson

The Scottish journalist was raised in Nairn and has been the editor of The Spectator since 2009.

The National:

A former Wesminster correspondent for The Scotsman, Nelson is a graduate of The University of Glasgow.

Under his tenure the conservative magazine has reached a record-high circulation.