First minister Alex Salmond joins Kaye Adams to answer listeners' questions.
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Douglas Alexander of Better Together joins Louise White to answer listeners' questions.
Louise White asks listeners if it is time to take concerns about e-cigarettes seriously.
Louise White asks listeners if the referendum debate swayed or confirmed their vote.
Louise White asks if it is irresponsible to serve a high-calorie fry-up pie in a hospital.
Richard Dawkins has said babies with Down's should be aborted. Kaye asks for your views.
Louise White asks what would improve childcare and if doctors and nurses should be fit.
Louise White asks if travelling by train still gives value for money.
Louise White asks if women are still being penalised in the workplace.
Louise White asks listeners if they support Britain's involvement in Iraq.
Kaye Adams asks why people are using their cars more.
Lousie White asks if children should be stopped from heading footballs.
Louise White asks Robin Williams' death could help others open up about their depression.
Louise White asks why women appear to be less in favour of Scottish independence than men.
Louise White asks if a campaign is needed to get Scots talking to elderly neighbours.
Clare English asks listeners when they last made time for an elderly neighbour.
Louise White gets to the heart of the stories making the news.
Louise White asks listeners if they would encourage their children to join the army.
Louise White asks listeners what they thought of the Commonwealth Games.
Cathy Macdonald asks listeners who will be responsible for their care in later years.