TONIGHT’S edition of Question Time is set to take place in Cardiff with a range of guests to appear on the panel show.

Last week saw Fiona Bruce ask the audience in the town of Rugby, located in the Conservative heartland of England, if they supported Scottish independence.

Following this, SNP president Michael Russell told The National the BBC invited a member of the party to appear on the show only to later uninvite them.

Here’s a rundown of who is appearing on tonight’s show.

What time is Question Time on?

The show will be available to watch on BBC iPlayer from 8pm and then broadcast live following the 10 o’clock news on BBC One.

Previous episodes, including one from Glasgow, are also available to view on the broadcaster’s streaming service.

Liz Saville-Roberts

Roberts is the current leader of Plaid Cymru – a party which campaigns for Welsh independence – at Westminster, a position she has held since 2017.

She was first elected as the MP for Dwyfor Meirionnydd since 2015 and was the party’s first female MP.

Last year, Roberts visited the SNP conference where she spoke of the growing bond between Wales and Scotland.

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“It’s so good to be among people politically who you know are thinking along the same lines as you”, she said.

David TC Davies

Davies has served as the Secretary of State for Wales since last October, having held several positions in government throughout the years.

He has acted as assistant whip, lord commissioner of the Treasury and chaired the Welsh Affairs Select Committee.

Davies has served as the MP for Monmouth since 2005.

He previously described plans to allow same-sex marriage as “barking mad” when David Cameron was still prime minister.

Writing on Twitter about transgender rights in 2018, he said: “Somebody possessing a penis & pair of testicles is definitely not a woman. This should be a biological fact not a matter for political debate.”

He is also the former president of the Welsh Amateur Boxing Association.

Thangam Debbonaire

Debbonaire currently serves as the shadow leader of the House of Commons, a position she first assumed in May 2021.

She has been the MP for Bristol West since 2015.

Speaking on GB News recently, she said that work needed to be done to crackdown on sleaze and to raise the standards of MPs' behaviour.

The National: Thangam Debbonaire will appear on tonight's showThangam Debbonaire will appear on tonight's show (Image: House of Commons)

“One of the things I really want to change is setting an example in saying we should expect higher standards of behaviour from our representatives”, she said.

Rakie Ayola

Ayola is a Bafta-winning Welsh actress who has starred in numerous successful television shows including Noughts + Crosses and the first episode of Black Mirror.

She also previously appeared in an episode of Doctor Who with David Tennant. The 54-year-old won her Bafta for her role in BBC drama Anthony.

The National:

Ayola is also a trustee of the Actors’ Children’s Trust which aims to give financial, emotional and practical support to help actors protect their children from the “unpredictability of the industry”.

Anita Boateng

Political commentator Boateng previously worked as a ministerial special adviser and has also appeared on Sky News to preview the papers.

She now works as a partner at Portland Communications, a strategic communications consultancy firm.

As well as Question Time, she has previously appeared on other panel shows including the BBC’s Politics Live.