BBC Question Time comes from Nottingham, chaired by David Dimbleby. On the panel: Justice Secretary Ken Clarke, former Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott, Liberal Democrat peer Baroness Kramer, Julie Meyer founder of the investment firm Ariadne Capital, and Owen Jones author of the book "Chavs".
Timings (where shown) are from the start of the programme in hours and minutes
David Dimbleby introduces the panel in Nottingham.
How would you solve the unemployment crisis?
Does the election of Police Commissioners risk politicising the Police force?
Will the current NHS changes produce quantifiable benefits to the public before the next election, or will it be looked back at as electoral suicide?
Baroness Warsi suggests religion is being 'sidelined, marginalised and down-graded in the public sphere'. Isn't this a good thing?
What difference would an independent Scotland make to my life here in Nottingham?
Role Contributor Presenter David Dimbleby Presenter David Dimbleby Series Editor Nicolai Gentchev Series Editor Nicolai Gentchev Executive Producer Steve Anderson Executive Producer Steve Anderson Participant Ken Clarke Participant Ken Clarke Participant John Prescott Participant John Prescott Participant Susan Kramer Participant Susan Kramer Participant Julie Meyer Participant Julie Meyer Participant Owen Jones Participant Owen Jones