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The presenter of the BBC discussion show Question Time, which is coming to King's Lynn tonight, says the programme is "energized by people speaking their minds".Copyright: PA
Speaking to BBC Radio Norfolk, David Dimbleby, who is set to retire at the end of the year, said the show "is special and the excitement, I think, comes from the audiences".
"It brings politicians face to face with voters. It is a chance for people to have their say. That is what makes it unique on TV. That's what makes it exciting," he said.
The show is being filmed at the King's Lynn Corn Exchange.
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The BBC's popular political debate programme - Question Time - is coming to Exeter.
One-hundred local audience members will be quizzing government representatives, including Brexit minister Suella Braverman and shadow treasury minister Clive Lewis, about current issues.
Janet Street-Porter, Helen Lewis and Johan Eliasch will also be on the show.
It's being filmed at Exeter University's Northcott Theatre.
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David Dimbleby, who has hosted Question Time since 1994, says he will leave it at the end of the year.