Singer songwriter Katie Noonan and prisoner rights advocate Debbie Kilroy will be part of on an all-Queensland Q&A panel in Brisbane on Monday night.
Broadcast live from the Brisbane Powerhouse, the current affairs chat show will also include regular panelists federal Trade Minister Craig Emerson (ALP), Senator George Brandis (LNP) and Katter's Australian Party leader Bob Katter, the member for Kennedy.
This is the third time the live program has been filmed in Brisbane, but not the first time it has been taped in Queensland this year.
Last month, the program was broadcast from Toowoomba's Empire Theatre, with a record crowd of 1300 watching the show.
Q&A relies heavily on audience interaction, with viewers able to submit questions for the panel online. Comments discussing the show on twitter are also flashed across the bottom of the screen during broadcast.
The program is shot in front of a live studio audience, selected by producers on the basis of federal political polling.
To register to be a part of Monday's audience log on to abc.net.au/qanda
Q&A airs on Mondays at 9.35pm.