As the General Election campaign gets underway, leaders from all the major parties have taken part in televised debates and sit-down interviews to win over voters.

Currently, the Labour Party, which has been in opposition for 14 years, has the edge in the polls and looks likely to form the next government.

Despite this, Sir Keir Starmer has joined numerous TV events to secure his lead and will do the same on Panorama tonight.

With just hours to go before the opposition leader is grilled on the BBC, here is everything you need to know.

When will Keir Starmer be interviewed on the BBC?

Keir Starmer's Panorama interview with the BBC's Nick Robinson will be broadcast tonight (Friday, June 14) at around 7:30pm.

The interview will be available to watch on BBC One and on-demand via BBC iPlayer.

This forms part of a new Panorama series involving leaders from seven of the UK's biggest political parties, including the governing Conservatives, the Scottish National Party and the Liberal Democrats.


When will the other Panorama leaders' interviews air?

Nick Robinson's interviews with the other party leaders will be broadcast in the coming weeks.

The interviews with SNP and Plaid Cymru leaders John Swinney and Rhun ap Iorwerth were aired on Wednesday while the interview with Prime Minister Rishi Sunak was broadcast on June 10.

The episodes featuring Adam Ramsay of the Green Party (for England and Wales) and Sir Ed Davey of the Liberal Democrats will air on Tuesday, June 18 and Friday, June 28 respectively.

Sir Keir Starmer's Panorama interview will be broadcast tonight (Friday, June 14) on BBC One and BBC iPlayer.