BBC One's political debate programme is coming to Llandudno next month. 

BBC Question Time is scheduled to come to the town on November 9. 

The topical debate programme features guests from the worlds of politics and the media who answer questions posed by members of the public.

Question Time presenter Fiona Bruce took over from long-serving host David Dimbleby.

Readers can apply to join the Question Time Audience. Successful applicants will be contacted on the Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday before the programme.

Question Time audience members will be requested to come up with two questions to be considered for the programme.

A statement on 'Join the Question Time Audience' said: "It's important that as many applicants as possible get the chance to be part of a Question Time audience. If you have been in a QT audience within the past five years we are delighted that you want to do it all over again, but please give others a chance and don't apply this time round. If you have applied before but not been successful, we welcome your application."


Question Time selects audiences which reflect a broad range of political views. People apply to be in the audience for Question Time via the website and by phone and producers get in touch to ask questions on their previous voting record and future voting intentions, whether they have party political membership and also how they voted in the EU Referendum.


A statement on 'How are audiences selected for Question Time?' said: "This is to ensure a range of views are represented in the audience. Occasionally, if production staff feel any group or view is under-represented in the applications, they will promote the programme through relevant local media channels to encourage people to apply."

Question Time last came to Llandudno in 2014. 

The BBC were approached for comment. The location in Llandudno, where filming will take place, has not yet been disclosed.