The National:

QUESTION Time is returning to Scotland tomorrow, for the first time since it was held in Elgin back in May. 

That particular episode caused quite the stir as viewers noticed a former Tory MSP - sitting in the audience - had been given the chance to speak for about a minute, while Moray Conservative and Unionist councillors Frank Brown and Claire Feaver, and former treasurer Jane Lax, were also spotted. 

The SNP's depute leader Keith Brown lambasted the programme for letting far-right and pro-Brexit parties “dominate".

Now the BBC is bringing the panel show, fronted by Fiona Bruce, to Glasgow.

Those who have been invited on include Scottish Tory candidate for Angus Kirstene Hair, Labour's shadow international trade secretary Barry Gardiner, Justice Secretary Humza Yousaf, former Sunday Herald news editor Angela Haggerty and executive chairman of political consultancy firm Cicero Group. 

While Brexit and the election will obviously be on the agenda, it's likely to predict independence will come up at some point too.

The programme broadcasts from 10.45pm on BBC One tomorrow night. 

Will you be tuning in?