Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn have already face one question-and-answer session with the public this week on Channel 4. Now it is time for the BBC to get in on things with a special Question Time hosted by David Dimbleby.
Things also tend to get pretty harsh in the Question Time debates. The Twitter following of the show as well as the audience is relentless when it’s normally on, so don’t expect them to go soft here. In the last election, one memorable moment was when Ed Miliband tripped up as he so keen to get off the stage after his segment ended.
Again, May and Corbyn won’t debate each other, but we can still see some intense discussion.
Question Time: Leaders Special is on BBC One at 20.30. A second episode featuring Tim Farron and Nicola Sturgeon will be on BBC One at 17.55 on Sunday.