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Question Time: Fiona Bruce set to host her first episode

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Fiona Bruce will host her first edition of Question Time on Thursday evening.She is taking over from David Dimbleby, who has stepped down after 25 years fronting the political panel show.He received a standing ovation from the audience during his last episode, which was broadcast on 13 December."There is nothing like [Question Time] on TV," Bruce told The Telegraph ahead of her first edition, which is broadcast on BBC One at 22:35 GMT on Thursday."I am expecting people to say, 'who the hell is that
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David Dimbleby leaves Question Time with standing ovation
The panel for her first programme includes Conservative MP James Cleverly, shadow foreign secretary Emily Thornberry for Labour, Jo Swinson from the Liberal Democrats, journalist Melanie Phillips and comedian Nish Kumar, who hosts satirical news show The Mash Report.
What links Fiona Bruce to Robert de Niro"If people think you are nervous that isn't a comfortable watch."Follow us on Facebook, on Twitter @BBCNewsEnts, or on Instagram at bbcnewsents. If you have a story suggestion email entertainment.news@bbc.co.uk.
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