Oxford Brookes to host BBC Question Time in January 2024

Kenneth Wheare Hall at Oxford Brookes University
Kenneth Wheare Hall at Oxford Brookes University

Oxford Brookes University is set to host flagship television programme BBC Question Time on 11 January 2024.

The topical debate programme, first broadcast in 1979, will be returning to Oxford Brookes after the University successfully hosted the programme in January 2020.

Chaired by presenter Fiona Bruce, filming will take place in the Sir Kenneth Wheare Hall on the University Headington Campus.  The programme will air live on BBC iPlayer at 8pm and then again on BBC 1 at 10.40pm.

The panel will be revealed nearer the time but typically include representatives of UK political parties, as well as leading names from the worlds of media and entertainment.

To apply to be in the audience for Question Time visit the BBC Question Time website.

Professor Alistair Fitt, Vice-Chancellor of Oxford Brookes, said: “We are delighted to once again welcome back BBC Question Time to Oxford Brookes. We are pleased to be able to showcase our campus on one of the BBC’s flagship programmes and look forward to a lively debate.”