We don't usually report on Question Time until Friday as most of the nonsense on that show doesn't happen until Thursday nights.
However, the BBC show has announced it's line up for this weeks episode which includes the MPs Amber Rudd, Anna Soubry, Jonathan Reynolds, Businessman John Mills and the leader of the Brexit Party Nigel Farage.
By now we shouldn't be surprised that Farage is on the show, which will be his 33rd appearance on Question Time, a show which has consistently seem him divide audiences.
On Tuesday the Brexit Party leader was heard bemoaning the lack of mainstream airtime for his controversial Leave supporting party. Speaking at a Brexit Party conference he said:
"I must say it's jolly nice of the BBC to be here today. I've been up and down the country attending rallies with thousands of people and the BBC haven't bothered to turn up once."
Yes, that's Nigel Farage of the record 32 Question Time appearances moaning that he doesn't get enough coverage on the BBC. No doubt Buckingham Palace will soon issue a statement condemning the Daily Mail's news blackout on the royal baby.
We’re joined by @Nigel_Farage as leader of @BrexitParty_UK #bbcqt https://t.co/I8fnnBxWKh
— BBC Question Time (@BBC Question Time)
As as an MEP, whether you agree with him or not, he deserves the right to talk to the public about the European elections which are just a few weeks away.