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Kirsty Wark formally applies for Question Time host David Dimbleby's jobKirsty Wark has formally applied to replace David Dimbleby as the host of BBC1’s Question Tim

e. In May, Kirsty told Good Ho

usekeeping she would “throw her hat in the ring” when Dimbleby

retired from the post and then a month later Dimbley announced he was to leave Question Time after 25 years on the BBCs flagship political programme. The 79-year-old, who has chaired the show since 1994, will recor

d his final show at the end o

f the year. Asked by the Mirror if she had now formally applied for the job, Kirsty said: “My chapeau is in the ring along with a lot of other peop

le.” She then declined to answer further questions on the role. The 79-year-old, who has

chaired the show since 1994, will record his final show at the end of the year (Image: BBC) Read MoreRelated ArticlesDavid Dimbleby quits Question Time after 25 years - heres who is tipped to replace him When Dimbleby

announced he was leaving a number of top BBC presenters and reporters were linked to the job, including 63-year-old Newsnight host Kirsty wh

o is vastly experienced as quizzing politicians. Other names thought to be

in the

frame in include Emily Maitlis, Mishal Husain, Emma Barnett, Nick Robinson and

Kirsty Young. Asked by the Mirror if she had now formally applied for the job, Kirsty said: “My chapeau is i

n the ring along with a lot of other people (Image: PA) Read MoreRelated ArticlesJonathan Dimbleby says older brother David will be enormously missed from Question Time Samira Ahmed,

the veteran journalist and presenter of Radio 4’s F

ront Row p

rogramme, also staked her claim for the job by taking up her credentials via Twitter . An announcement on Dimblebys successor is expected in the next few months.

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