BBC Scotland is appealing for members of the public to join an audience for the latest in a series of debates on the future of Scotland. The programme will be recorded at BBC Scotland, Pacific Quay, Glasgow on Friday afternoon, 29 June. Audience members will have the opportunity to say what matters to them and to ask questions of a panel of senior politicians.
In line with BBC guidelines, the audience must be balanced and representative. In order to ensure this, all members must complete a booking form asking a number of questions about their political associations and views on Scottish independence. Successful applicants will receive an e-ticket from BBC Scotland. It is expected that transportation will be arranged to Glasgow from Inverness.