A POLITICAL debate show is to be aired from Aberdeen later this month.
BBC’s Question Time, hosted by presenter David Dimbleby, is to be shown in Aberdeen on May 28.
A spokeswoman for BBC couldn’t confirm the exact location of where the show would be broadcast from.
It has previously aired from the city’s Music Hall, attracting more than 100 people hoping for the chance to ask their question on air.
A BBC spokeswoman for Question Time said: “I can confirm the programme is happening in Aberdeen on May 28.
“The panellists aren’t confirmed until the week of the programme.
“Unfortunately we cannot reveal the location at present.
“Our Question Time panel will be revealed on our Twitter feed the day before the show.”
Each year, about 30,000 members of the public apply to join the debate by being in the studio audience.
The questions are chosen from those suggested by audience members who each put forward one when they arrive for the recording a few hours before the show airs.