The deputy leaders of the SNP, Nicola Sturgeon, is kicking off the live debate with an opening statement on behalf of the Yes Scotland campaign.
"We are now just days from our chance to make history ... this debate has captured Scotland's imagination," she says.
"Only a Yes vote will guarantee an NHS in public hands and publicly funded, only Yes will rid Scotland of nuclear weapons, only Yes will give us the powers to create jobs and a fair society," she adds.
Campaigners have made their case for and against Scottish independence in a 'Town Hall' style debate.
Things were a lot more civlised in tonight's 'town hall' style debate than in the head-to-heads between Alex Salmond and Alistair Darling.
Some of the leading players in the Yes and No campaigns battle it out in the third major debate on Scottish independence.