BBC One's flagship political debate programme is now in its 36th year and still essential viewing.
Chaired by David Dimbleby, each week politicians and prominent figures from across the UK are held to account by the public.
Question Time travels around the country each week, is simulcast on BBC Radio 5 Live, and reaches the broadest television audience of any UK current affairs programme.
Mentorn Media is one of the UK’s most established and respected producers, run by Managing Director Celia Taylor.
Founded in 1985, Mentorn Media has gone on to produce thousands of hours of programming for broadcasters in the UK and internationally.
With production bases in London and Glasgow, the team produces programmes with a focus on entertainment and factual, ranging from long-running current affairs stalwart Question Time and The Big Questions for the BBC, to Robot Wars (BBC2), Traffic Cops (Channel 5) and Inside London’s Fire Brigade (ITV) as well as the award-winning Things Not To Say (BBC3).
Other shows have ranged from Freshers for ITV, Chicken Shop for Channel 4, World’s Scariest… for Channel 5 and international hit show An Idiot Abroad for Sky, which has been sold into more than 200 territories.