Scottish independence: Your questions answered December - March

The Scottish independence referendum debate is being discussed at length by academics, politicians, entertainers and commentator in a series of BBC webcasts.

Information and analysis

Interviewees, who have been answering questions submitted by BBC website users, have tackled at a variety of issues, including defence, culture and the economy in an independent Scotland.

The referendum will take place on Thursday, 18 September, 2014, when voters in Scotland will be asked a single question: "Should Scotland be an independent country?"

Click on the videos to see how the guests dealt with your questions.

The funny side of debate

Darling in discussion

Comedians Sanjeev Kohli, Susan Morrison and Andy Zaltzman give their irreverent take on the independence debate

Head of the Better Together campaign, Alistair Darling, was answering questions from website users

Ask the actor

Goldie grilled

Scottish actor and pro-independence supporter Brian Cox answers your questions

Former Scottish Conservative leader, Annabel Goldie, was in the hot seat answering reader questions

Swinney on finance

Galloway talks referendum

Finance Secretary John Swinney was answering questions days after UK Chancellor George Osborne said there could not be a currency union post-independence.

Outspoken Respect MP George Galloway told presenter Bill Whiteford why he was backing the Union.

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