Edward Potts: What do you think of all the rumours flying round about how season six will play out?
Emma: Obviously I haven't heard many of the rumours. I don't spend much time on the net so I'm sort of in the dark. I've never heard the one about me leaving and it's not true.
I'm very much in the whole season and have no plans to leave. I don't really know many rumours though. I think this speculation is fun. If nothing else people are talking about the show. It's almost always wrong.
Craig Burkey: Will the Series 6 have a lighter atmosphere as it got a bit heavy with Buffy's Mum?
Emma: So far it's been a little bit heavy but I think that it won't be as heavy, no.
Annie: Jane Espenson often writes brilliant Anya episodes, and says the character is partly based on her. Is it odd playing someone's alter-ego? Do you get on well with Jane?
Emma: I love Jane and I had no idea that the character was partly based on her. If that's true I'm even more flattered to play her.
Anya has a special place in my heart, she's so great to play.
BBC Host: That is all we have time for. Here is Emma with a final word.
Emma: Thank you so much for taking the time out to ask me questions. I'm honoured and flattered that we have so many fans out there around the world. It's a popular show and it's made popular by the intensely loyal fans we have.
BBC Host: Emma is off to the studio in a few hours to shoot yet more Buffy...
Sorry if your question didn't get answered - there just wasn't enough time to cover them all.
That's it...cheerio and toodles!