PEOPLE can now apply to be part of the audience on BBC Scotland’s Debate Night as it travels the country over the next few weeks.

Stirling is the latest stop on the tour, coming to the city on Wednesday, February 8 before embarking on stops in Pitlochry, Kelso, Glenrothes and concluding in Greenock in March.

With the show reliant on audience engagement, a call has been put out for people of all walks of life to apply to be part of the audience and put their questions to the politicians.

The panel show has recently featured guests such as comedian Susie McCabe, author Val McDermid and Still Game actress Jane McCarry.

Free studio tickets can be acquired by visiting and click ‘apply to the audience’.

An online application must be filled out, taking two minutes in total. This is accessible via mobile or tablet.

Anyone wishing to attend Debate Night with somebody else must ensure that they fill out an application form as well.

Previous episodes of Debate Night can be found on BBC iPlayer.