Question Time is more important than ever during the current political tumult, the show’s host Fiona Bruce has said.
Question Time is celebrating its 40th anniversary on Thursday after four decades of holding politicians to account.
Diane Abbott has criticised Question Time host Fiona Bruce following an appearance on the BBC show earlier this year.
Fake Or Fortune? presenter Philip Mould says he has started watching Question Time since his co-host Fiona Bruce took over the show.
Declan Donnelly has said he was keeping his Bafta-winning shows “warm” for Ant McPartlin until his co-star was ready to return to TV.
Fiona Bruce has said that a BBC boss once suggested that she did not need a pay rise because she could rely on her boyfriend.
BBC News staff have been reminded not to share their personal views on social media, and told those who breach the rules will face “appropriate action”.
Fiona Bruce has been praised for her deft and assertive handling of panellists on the new-look Question Time.
Fiona Bruce has said she is expecting viewers to wonder “who the hell” she is when she takes over as the host of Question Time.
Fiona Bruce will make her debut as the presenter of Question Time when the series returns.