by Stephen Tall on March 12, 2009
Susan Kramer, Lib Dem MP for Richmond Park, former London mayoral candidate and anti-Heathrow campaigner, is the party’s representative on tonight’s Question Time (BBC1 and online, 10.35 pm GMT).
Susan will be joined on the panel by Labour’s health secretary Alan Johnson (the man who might still be PM), Tory shadow minister for
utter excruciatingness community cohesion Baroness Warsi, comedian, actor and writer David Mitchell (a fair-minded, liberal good egg, I suspect) and Torygraph journalist Charles Moore.
And if you’re staying up extra late for BBC1’s This Week, Andrew Neil, Michael Portillo and Diane Abbott will be joined by Barry McGuigan (on the return of terror to N Ireland), Quentin Letts (reviewing the political week) and Marianne Faithfull (on families in the media).
Remember, if you’re tuning in to watch, don’t get angry get commenting.
PS: you can also join in the Twitter debate here at #bbcqt or here at #questiontime. Feel free, though, to leave comments in the thread, or give your post-match assessment of how the panellists performer.