PEOPLE interested in politics can look forward to BBC’s Debate Night kicking off it’s next tour, starting off in Stirling.

Debate Night is looking for people to join the audience for the show, which will be held in Stirling on Wednesday, January 31 and Wednesday, March 20.

The political TV discussion is the only show of its kind in Scotland, and the producers are keen to hear from Scottish people from all walks of life.

The show goes on tour throughout the year, with Stirling a common spot for the travelling tv staple, where they will open and close their tour.

Alongside Stirling, Debate Night will also stop in Edinburgh, Johnstone, Glasgow, Dundee, Inverness and Dumfries.

With a UK general election looming, Debate Night is very eager to hear what the people of Scotland think and give them a chance to put their questions to the country’s decision makers.

Anyone wishing to take part can apply for free studio tickets at