The leaders of the country's political parties will go head to head in a televised debate on Thursday (29 April), with a week to go before the Senedd election.
The 90-minute live debate will host the leaders of Welsh Labour, Plaid Cymru, Welsh Conservatives, Welsh Liberal Democrats, and Abolish the Welsh Assembly.
Reform UK, The Wales Green Party, and UKIP will participate in the second part of the programme, which is 30 minutes in duration.
The debate will be on BBC One Wales and BBC iPlayer from 20:30 BST.
The live debate will be broadcast from BBC Cymru Wales' new headquarters in Central Square, Caerdydd.
Bethan Rhys Roberts will present part one of the debate, which will feature questions from a virtual audience.
Welsh Labour: Mark Drakeford
Welsh Conservatives: Andrew RT Davies
Plaid Cymru: Adam Price
Welsh Liberal Democrats: Jane Dodds
Abolish the Welsh Assembly: Richard Suchorzewski
Wales Green Party: Amelia Womack (Deputy Leader)
Reform UK: Nathan Gill
United Kingdom Independence Party: Neil Hamilton