Debate Night will return to BBC Scotland with a 'virtual audience' as restrictions remain in place for the coronavirus outbreak - and there’s a Western Isles focus on Wednesday June 10.
The studio panel will face questions via video link from members of the public in living rooms around Scotland.
Presenter Stephen Jardine is inviting people to apply to take part in the political discussion programme.
He said: "Debate Night is the only place where people are regularly able to put their questions and experiences directly to Scotland's policymakers in their own words.
"Despite the restrictions in place we are determined to continue giving people the opportunity to question those in charge.”
Maybe you are a key worker, have been self-isolating or your work has been affected by Coronavirus; whatever your situation, the BBC wants you to apply and be part of the discussion.
Debate Night will be set up to ensure social distancing between the panel of politicians and public figures in the studio.
The first programme on Wednesday 29 April is open to audience applications from across Scotland.
It will then go on a virtual tour of the country, with audience video links from a different area each week.
On Wednesday 10th June they’re planning to have an audience from the Western Isles and North Highlands.  The studio panel will face questions from members of the public at home via mobile or PC, and we’re trying to encourage as many people to apply to join our video audience.
Residents are invited to apply to be part of the small video audience, via laptop or PC, to join the discussion and put their questions and concerns to Scotland's politicians and public figures. The BBC welcome applications from members of the general public applying as themselves and not as representatives of a company or organisation.  
Apply now by visiting www.bbc.co.uk/debatenight and clicking ‘Join the Audience’.
Previous episodes are available to watch via BBC iPlayer: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000htfx