Fiona Bruce starts the new series of Question Time with a Covid 19 Special on BBC One at 7pm tonight, 6th January 2021.

On the panel are Nadhim Zahawi MP, minister for the deployment of the Covid 19 vaccine and business minister, Conservative; Anneliese Dodds MP, shadow chancellor of the Exchequer, Labour; Rachel Clarke, palliative care doctor and author of the bestselling book Dear Life: a Doctor’s Story of Love and Loss; Humphrey Cobbold, chief executive of the UK’s largest gym chain, Pure Gym; and Sir Mark Walport, immunologist, former government chief scientific advisor and a member of SAGE, the government’s scientific advisory body.

Catch up on iPlayer here.

Fiona is one of the BBC’s biggest names. She is BBC News’ most senior female anchor, having presented the six and ten o’clock news since 1999. She has also presented The Antiques Roadshow (BBC1) since 2007 and the BBC’s most successful arts series Fake or Fortune since 2000, as well as many of the BBC’s live events including William and Kate’s wedding. She has won numerous awards for best presenter and RTS awards for her journalism, most recently News Presenter of the Year at TRIC in 2019 and 2020. Question Time is the BBC’s flagship political debate programme, which Fiona took over as Chair in 2019.