With polling day for the referendum on Scottish independence in six months, fifty 16 and 17-year-olds debate the issues and grill top politicians from both sides of the argument.
For the first time in a major vote on mainland Britain,16 and 17-year-olds are allowed to vote in the referendum on Scottish independence. To mark this, BBC Scotland's Generation 2014 project tracks the lives of 50 young voters throughout referendum year. With just six months until polling day, the group gather to debate the issues and grill top politicians from both sides of the argument.
First shown: 5.35pm 22 Mar 2014