Viewers from across the world will be able to watch STV's landmark referendum debate.
Salmond and Darling: The Debate will air on Tuesday, August 5 and pitch First Minister Alex Salmond against Alistair Darling, the Better Together chair.
The programme, the first debate between the two figureheads of the Yes and No campaigns, will be presented by STV’s political editor Bernard Ponsonby from the Royal Conservatoire in Glasgow.
The debate will begin at 8pm with the results of a new Ipsos-MORI poll on voting intentions. This will be followed by opening statements and initial questioning of the speakers by Bernard Ponsonby.
This will be followed by cross-examination and then audience questions. In part four, both sides of the campaign will give their reactions in STV's "spin room".
How to watch
Salmond and Darling: The Debate will also be broadcast on STV from 8pm on 10pm on August 5. It will also be shown live in the south of Scotland covered by ITV's Border region on Channel 3.
The debate programme will be repeated on STV Glasgow on Tuesday from 11.15pm and again on Wednesday August 6 at 1.30pm.
Viewers in Scotland, from the rest of the UK, and across the world will be able to watch the debate online with a globally available livestream on the STV Player. On Tuesday night, the normal requirement to register with a Scottish post code, will be lifted.
The debate is repeated on STV Glasgow at 11.15pm. If you’re not in the Glasgow area you can still watch the repeat on The STV Glasgow live stream. Just go to The STV Player and click on STV Glasgow.
A full replay of the debate for a worldwide audience is expected to be available within hours of the end of the programme on the STV Player.
Exclusive clips of the debate will shared by STV on social media during the debate.
The debate will be followed by a special extended edition of Scotland Tonight from 10.30pm featuring analysis of how the two politicians performed in the face-off.
Scottish viewers will be able to watch Scotland Tonight programme as normal on the STV Player.
International and UK viewers will be able to watch a livestream of the reaction show by clicking on our Scotland Tonight page.