You all know BBC's current affairs panel programme Question Time, right?
It's the one where they get politicians and journalists on a panel to answer questions from what normally seems to be a collection of students, eco-warriors, flat-out lunatics and people who appear to have won a competition in the Daily Mail to appear in the audience. Yeah, that infuriating one.
It turns out that the BBC have got in none other than Jarvis Cocker for this week's edition of Question Time, which takes place in Cambridge.
Joining him on the panel are the quietest man ever to lead a political party, Iain Duncan-Smith, Liberal Democrat David Laws, the Right Honourable Harriet Harman and, best of all, former Trot now definitely NOT, Mail On Sunday columnist Peter Hitchens.
To see Jarv flex his intellectual muscles against the heavyweights of Hitchens and Harman, tune in to BBC1 at 2235 or thereabouts in Thursday night.
Click here for Question Time's official homepage, a place where you can see IDS's head morph into the furry and bescpectacled visage of Jarvis Cocker.
How long before someone asks him about Michael Jackson?