QUESTION Time is set to be broadcast from Scotland, with the debate show heading to Kelso in the Scottish Borders.

It will be the final show of the year before it takes a break over the Christmas period.

The debate programme last came to Scotland in May, where we told how host Fiona Bruce was slammed for her "unacceptable" framing of the SNP.

Here’s all you need to know about tonight’s show.

When is Question Time on and how can I watch?

Question Time will be broadcast on BBC iPlayer from 8pm and then on BBC One following the 10 o’clock news.

Angela Constance

The Scottish Justice Secretary (below) will be among those appearing on tonight’s show.

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She currently serves as the MSP for Almond Valley – a position she has held since 2007 – and previously worked as the minister for drugs policy.

Constance has previously held a number of roles within the Cabinet, including the post for education

Anas Sarwar

The leader of Scottish Labour will also be making an appearance on tonight’s show, where it seems likely he’ll face questions about various splits in opinion between his party and Keir Starmer.

He has served as the leader of Scottish Labour since February 2021 and is an MSP for the Glasgow region.

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Sarwar (below) also worked as an MP for Glasgow Central, having first been elected at the 2010 General Election.

The National: Scottish Labour leader Anas Sarwar has called for an election once the SNP has a new leader (Jane Barlow/PA)

However, he lost his seat to the SNP’s Alison Thewliss in 2015 and she has held the seat ever since.

Meghan Gallacher

The deputy leader of the Scottish Tories (below) currently serves as the MSP for Central Scotland and is a former councillor for North Lanarkshire councillor.

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It seems likely that the court ruling on Scotland’s gender reforms could be among the topics tonight after a court ruled the UK Government could use a Section 35 order to block the legislation.

Speaking after the ruling, Gallacher told First Minister Humza Yousaf to “listen to the court” and described the result as a “humiliating defeat”.

Stephen Noon

Noon (below) previously worked as the chief strategist for the Yes Scotland campaign and was a senior policy adviser to Alex Salmond between 2007 and 2010.

The National: Stephen Noon speaking on The Sunday Show

According to Question Time’s Twitter/X page, he is currently studying for a PhD at the University of Edinburgh’s School of Divinity.

Speaking to the BBC’s Sunday Show at the beginning of October, he said the “age of the referendum is over” and that the SNP must combine its core message of support for independence with a broader call for more powers for the Scottish Parliament.

Kate Andrews

Andrews currently works as the economic editor at The Spectator magazine and was the associate director at the Institute of Economic Affairs think tank.

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She was previously head of communications at the Adam Smith Institute.

Andrews regularly features on a number of programmes and has appeared on Question Time before.