Here is the final line-up of televised election debates and programmes as announced by the broadcasters:
March 26th: A live 90-minute question and answer session with David Cameron and Ed Miliband on Channel 4 and Sky News.
The Conservative and Labour leaders will be interviewed separately by former Newsnight host Jeremy Paxman, before Sky News anchor Kay Burley moderates questions from the audience. Mr Cameron and Mr Miliband will not, however, debate with each other.
April 2nd: Seven party leaders - Mr Cameron, Mr Miliband, Liberal Democrat Nick Clegg, Ukip's Nigel Farage, Nicola Sturgeon of the SNP, Natalie Bennett of the Greens and Plaid Cymru's Leanne Wood - will take part in a live two-hour debate.
The programme on ITV will be presented by Julie Etchingham.
April 16th: The leaders of Labour, Ukip, the SNP, the Greens and Plaid Cymru in a BBC debate moderated by David Dimbleby.
April 30th: Mr Cameron, Mr Miliband and Mr Clegg to be quizzed separately by the audience in a Question Time special on BBC1, hosted by Mr Dimbleby.
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