Clegg vs Farage: European Debate live on BBC News, Sky News TV & LBC Radio

Clegg vs Farage: European Debate live on BBC News, Sky News TV & LBC Radio
Updated on Wednesday 26 March 2014 by @TVNewsroom

The first of two European debates between Liberal Democrats leader, Nick Clegg, and UKIP’s leader, Nigel Farage will take place tonight.

The debate, staged at a central London location, will be broadcast live on LBC radio, BBC News Channel and Sky News.

On LBC, Iain Dale will be live from the venue from 4pm, bringing listens the best previews, analysis and comment, before Nick Ferrari takes over at 7pm as host of the debate.

Over on Sky News, Kay Burley will present live coverage before and after the debate alongside Jason Farrell. Political Editor Adam Boulton and a panel of guests will be in Sky News’ Westminster studio, while analysis comes from Sky’s Deputy Political Editor Joey Jones.

The debate is live on LBC, BBC News Channel, Sky News from 7pm.

The second debate, hosted by the BBC, will take place on Wednesday 2nd April.

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