Press Gazette has rounded up the key broadcast dates for your general election diary.
The BBC, ITV, Sky and LBC have outlined their coverage ahead of polling day on 8 June.
BBC One, 7pm – The One Show will interview Theresa May and her husband, Philip. Jeremy Corbyn also to be interviewed on the programme at a date TBC.
LBC radio, 7-7.30pm – Theresa May interview with Nick Ferrari. The first in a series of Leaders Live programmes on the station.
ITV, 8pm – The ITV Leaders’ Debate, moderated by Julie Etchingham, with leaders from all seven major political parties invited to attend. Corbyn and May have indicated they will not take part.
Sky News and Channel 4, 8.30pm – May v Corbyn Live: The Battle for Number 10, a special joint 90-minute programme between Sky News and Channel 4. The show will open with a studio audience Q&A hosted by Sky’s Political Editor, Faisal Islam, before Jeremy Paxman interviews the two party leaders one after the other.
BBC One, 7.30-9pm – The BBC Election Debate live, moderated by Mishal Husain with “spokespeople” from all seven major political parties, but not necessarily leaders.
BBC One, time TBC– Question Time Leader Special live, moderated by David Dimbleby, with Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn
BBC One, time TBC – Question Time Leader Special live, moderated by David Dimbleby, with Tim Farron and Nicola Sturgeon
BBC One, 10.30-11pm in England (11-11.30pm in Wales) – Election Questions to UKIP leader Paul Nuttall
BBC One, 11-11.30pm in England (10.30-11pm, in Wales – Election Questions to Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood
BBC One, 10.40pm (and live on BBC Radio 1 and the BBC News Channel at 9pm) – Newsbeat Youth debate, hosted by Tina Daheley, featuring “leading politicians” from all seven major political parties
8 June – Polling day
BBC General Election Results Night Special – Coverage of the election results led by David Dimbleby with Mishal Husain, Emily Maitlis and Jeremy Vine.
ITV News at Ten’s Tom Bradby will lead election night coverage
Sky News will broadcast Vote 2017 from 9pm, with Adam Boulton and Sophy Ridge.
BBC One, 8.30-9.30pm – Final Question Time Election Special live from London
ITV, 6-9.25am – Good Morning Britain extended programme, hosted by Susanna Reid and Piers Morgan, with reporting from political editor Ranvir Singh.
ITV, 9.25am – ITV News Special on election results presented by Julie Etchingham
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