BBC One’s political panel show, Question Time, comes from Yorkshire tomorrow.

The programme will be hosted by the West Yorkshire Playhouse, in Leeds.

The popular show, which is hosted by TV presenter and journalist David Dimbleby, will be recorded in front of a live audience in the Playhouse’s Courtyard Theatre tomorrow from 8.30pm.

Since it was first broadcast on September 25, 1979, Question Time has become something of a national institution, offering British voters a unique opportunity to quiz top decision-makers on the events of the day.

Each year, some 30,000 members of the public apply to join the debate by being in the studio audience.

Tomorrow’s panel includes the Northern Ireland Secretary Shaun Woodward, the shadow Work and Pensions Secretary Chris Grayling and the Daily Mail columnist Amanda Platell.