The First Minister of Scotland met with Yes campaigners in Dumfries today.
He is touring Scotland by helicopter in the lead up to Thursday's referendum on Scottish Independence.
He stopped for pictures and hugs on the Devorgilla bridge with supporters.
The referendum campaign for Scottish independence has been heating up for both sides in the South of Scotland today. First Minister Alex Salmond met with yes voters in Dumfries this afternoon, as a festival promoting a positive union took place close to the Border. Jenny Longden reports.
As the countdown to the independence vote ticks down a new report suggests the Yes campaign may have edged into the lead.
On Around The House, Paul Brand and guests from both sides of the Scottish Referendum campaign consider the mood among voters - and the most pressing issues in the final fortnight of the campaign:
Paul Brand and guests discuss the effect an independent Scotland might have on the North of England:
Around The House is back on Thursday 23 October.
With just two weeks to go until the Scottish Referendum on independence, Paul Brand talks to politicians from both sides of the campaign about the issues facing Scotland, and how they could affect the North of England.