1. Various of car carrying British Prime Minister David Cameron arriving at the ITV studio at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in south east London, for live referendum debate. Cameron gets out of car, shakes hands with officials and walks into building
2. Cameron walking inside building, greets staff and enters TB studio
3. UK Independence Party (UKIP) leader, Nigel Farage, arriving on UKIP's open-top Brexit bus
4. Farage getting off bus and walking towards building
5. Exterior of studio
6. Various of Farage walking and greeting officials outside studio
7. Farage entering building and walking with officials inside
British Prime Minister David Cameron and the leader of the UK Independence Party (UKIP), Nigel Farage, arrived to take part in a live EU referendum special at a television studio in London's Olympic Park on Tuesday evening.
The two will face questions from a live studio audience in an ITV referendum special but will not debate one another.
British voters are deciding in a referendum June 23 on whether to leave the 28-nation bloc - a move being called a "Brexit."
With polls giving a mixed picture, bookies' odds on an "out" vote winning have been slashed from about 4-1 to as short as 2-1 in recent days.
"Leave" supporters feel they are gaining momentum with their argument that leaving the bloc - which grants free movement to 500 million Europeans - is the only way to control immigration.
They also say Britain will have more money to spend on public services if it stops sending billions a year to the EU.