HAVE YOUR SAY. CHANGE THE WORLD.
Tomorrow night, LIVE at 10pm from Bethnal Green, East London, Jake Humphrey will host a debate with four panellists, a studio audience... and you. It's an ambitious new debate show with some interesting new twists.
Let me tell you it works...
THE HOT FIVE
Each show is driven by The Hot Five... five bold topics affecting you in the past month. These are the issues we'll be discussing with our panellists and studio audience, so it's crucial we get these right.
We want you guys to tell us what our Hot Five should be every show, so keep talking to us on Facebook, Twitter or any of our Free Speech blog posts here on the BBC Three blog (like this one). WE ARE LISTENING TO YOU...! But in a nice way, yeah? Not like spies or phone hackers.
Our first show's kickass panelists have been chosen for their strong opinions and varied backgrounds...
BAFTA-winning actor Adam Deacon, born and bred in Hackney - the location for our first show. Adam also has freestyle rapping skills that will probably melt your face (be warned).
Conservative MP and businesswoman Esther McVey from the Department of Work and Pensions, making her central to any debate on benefits and the cuts.
Entrepreneur Dominic McVey (no relation to Esther...) made his first million as a 16-year-old selling scooters. He now has a range of business interests including Front Magazine.
Radio One's Gemma Cairney, a much-loved presenter and veteran of the Sunday Surgery's frequent tours around the country.
THE CONTROL PANEL
As each panellist is talking, tweet us your thoughts and include a hashtag saying whether you agree or disagree with them to affect our Control Panel.
So as Adam is speaking, tweet us your thoughts and add #YESADAM if you agree with him or #NOADAM if you don't.
Likewise it's #YESESTHER or #NOESTHER for Esther McVey, #YESDOM or #NODOM for Dominic McVey, and #YESGEMMA or #NOGEMMA for Gemma Cairney. Simples
All tweets featuring these hashtags are totted up and displayed on the control panel, giving us a just-for-fun snapshot of the mood out there on the Twittersphere. It really is down to you to have an effect.
BE IN THE AUDIENCE
The studio audience is an even mix, all selected for their varied views on The Hot Five issues we're going to discuss. Remember, the show will tour around the country. So if you've got an opinion drop us an email, tell us where you live and we'll give you a shout when we're in your area.
We can't wait to kick off at 10pm on Wednesdsay night on BBC Three. Our host Jake Humphrey and his mate Michelle De Swarte will be running the debate and feeding in your comments...
...now all we need is you.
Free Speech is on Wednesday 7th March at 10pm.