Scotland

Scottish election: Gary Tank Commander grills party leaders

Gary: Tank Commander has been meeting the leaders of the main political parties in Scotland ahead of the Holyrood election on Thursday 5 May.

Each politician bravely sits down for a friendly chat with the sitcom hero.

Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie "heals" Gary and discusses the merits of being a Fifer.

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Media captionGary: Tank Commander interviews Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie

Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson discusses why her money would be on her in a fight and who has the most "shan" talk in the parliament.

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Media captionGary: Tank Commander interviews Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson

SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon likens it to being on a first date and assures the host that she has no plans to increase taxation on cheesy pasta.

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Media captionGary: Tank Commander interviews Scottish National Party leader Nicola Sturgeon

Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale explains why she would "dinghy" Donald Trump and reveals a shared love of cheesy pasta.

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Media captionGary: Tank Commander interviews Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale

Scottish Greens co-convener Patrick Harvie challenges Gary's assertion that the Greens are "like Spectre but with recycling" and tells how he got into trouble with Donald Trump.

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Media captionGary: Tank Commander interviews Scottish Greens co-convener Patrick Harvie

UKIP's David Coburn on being a bams' bam, how climate change could benefit Scotland's tourism and why the country is at risk of becoming more like North Korea.

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Media captionGary: Tank Commander interviews UKIP's David Coburn

Gary's interviews with all the party leaders will be shown in Gary: Tank Commander Election Special on BBC Two Scotland on Monday from 22:00 to 22:30.