With less than 4 weeks to go until polling day, Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn will go head to head in the first TV debate of the 2019 general election campaign.
The hour-long debate between the leaders of the country's two largest parties will see Johnson and Corbyn outline their vision for the country, spending plans and differences on Brexit.
Each leader will have one minute for their opening statement - with Jeremy Corbyn set to go first - and 45 seconds at the end of the debate for closing speeches
The debate, hosted and moderated by Julie Etchingham, will be recorded in front of a studio audience of around 200 people with questions coming from ITV viewers which broadly reflect a range of society, from different political backgrounds.
The ITV Election Interviews at 10pm on ITV
A special one-hour live interview programme at 10pm will give the other party leaders the chance to set out their own electoral campaigns and make observations on the Johnson-Corbyn debate.
Jo Swinson of the Liberal Democrats, SNP's Nicola Sturgeon, Nigel Farage of The Brexit Party and Sian Berry co-leader of the Green Party will be interviewed individually in consecutive face-to-face interviews with Nina Hossain, from a studio in London.
General Election 2019 - Key Dates:
Nov 19: Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn take part in first leaders' debate (ITV)
Nov 21: Deadline to apply for postal vote (Northern Ireland)
Nov 22: Boris Johnson, Jeremy Corbyn, Nicola Sturgeon and Jo Swinson to appear on a special edition of BBC's Question Time
Nov 26: Deadline to register to vote (UK) and to apply for postal vote (England, Scotland and Wales)
Nov 29: BBC election debate between seven party leaders / senior figures
Dec 3-4: Nato Leaders' summit in London
Dec 4: Deadline to apply for a proxy vote
Dec 6: Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn take part final leaders' debate (BBC)