Just three days after Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn went head-to-head on ITV, party leaders are headed for yet another broadcast clash.

On Friday, the BBC will host a two hour special which will see each party leader take questions from a studio audience.

The Question Time leadership special will air on Friday - and give each of the four main party's a chance to win support from a prime time TV audience.

Here is everything you need to know about the next big TV clash.

Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn slugged it out on ITV - this clash will be less confrontational

When is Question Time Leaders' special on, what channel is it on and where is it being filmed?

The one off special will air on Friday 22 of November and will be filmed in front of a live studio audience in Sheffield.

It will air live on BBC One at 1900 - but you will also be able to watch it online on the BBC iPlayer live.

If radio is more your thing, then you can listen live on Radio 5Live or the BBC Sounds app.

You'll also be able to follow along to all the biggest news on a Mirror live blog.

For those of you who are super keen there will also be an hour long programme from the spin room afterwards on the BBC news channel.

What is the format of the debate?

Over the two hours, each leader will each be invited to take questions from the audience for thirty minutes.

Who is hosting it?

Fiona Bruce will put the party leaders through their paces

The BBC's standard Question Time host Fiona Bruce will be hosting - and pushing the politicians to answer the questions.

On the show Fiona Bruce said:  “Question Time has a proud history of giving the public - the voters - the chance to put their points and questions directly to their elected representatives. That’s never more important than during an election campaign.

"I’m very much looking forward to these special programmes."

Who is representing each of the parties?

Boris Johnson will be representing the Conservatives, Jeremy Corbyn for Labour, Nicola Sturgeon for the Scottish National Party and Jo Swinson for the Liberal Democrats.

Why aren't Nigel Farage and the Green Party involved?

They'll both take part in a similar show for more minor political parties in another Question Time special.

When are the other TV debates?

Thursday 28 November, TBC: Sky News airs three-way debate between Boris Johnson, Jeremy Corbyn and Jo Swinson.

Friday 29 November, TBC: BBC One airs seven-way election debate hosted by Nick Robinson from Cardiff. Labour, the Tories, Lib Dems, SNP, Greens, Plaid and Brexit Party are set to take part.

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Friday 6 December, TBC: BBC One airs Prime Ministerial Debate between Jeremy Corbyn and Boris Johnson, hosted by Nick Robinson in Southampton.

Monday 9 December, 8.30pm: BBC One airs a 90-minute Question Time for under-30s, hosted by Emma Barnett, with "leading figures from each of the main parties".

Friday 13 December, 8.30pm: Question Time special broadcast on BBC One.