BBC Radio 5 live has brought the debate into the public domain.
It is called “Brexit: A Debate on the Radio”, and it is broadcast every Thursday at 9pm GMT.
It takes place in front of a live audience of over 1,000.
BBC Radio 4 will also be bringing the debate to the same audience as it will for the next edition of the show.
The event is also streamed live on the iPlayer.
The debate, hosted by Professor Tim Harford and the BBC Radio 2 series Brexit, will focus on the UK’s future relationship with the European Union and the future of the EU’s citizens.
It will include a panel of prominent figures in the public debate, including former prime minister David Cameron, Conservative MEPs Nigel Farage and Michael Gove, the leader of the opposition Labour Party Jeremy Corbyn, and UKIP leader Nigel Farage.
The programme was created by Professor Harford with the help of the BBC Creative and Production team.
The BBC said it had “delivered an engaging and engaging debate” in the past.
“It has been a privilege to produce a programme that explores and explains the complexities of the Brexit debate, from the very start,” it said.
“This debate will help inform the future direction of the debate.”
The BBC’s own Brexit series, “What the Brexit Team Won’t Tell You”, is due to begin on Tuesday.