Kevin Bridges takes to the road - and to the stage - to gather diverse views on the referendum on Scottish Independence.
With a strict "no politicians" policy in place, Kevin's mission is to speak to ordinary people across Scotland and beyond but also to help him make up his own mind about the one of the biggest decisions in Britain's history.
Kevin travels to Corby, Northamptonshire, home to a large Scottish ex-pat steelworker community. The Corby clan hold an annual Highland Games event and this year augmented it with their own Referendum vote.
Kevin then meets up with his mum and dad in a local cafe to discover they're divided, but united by the family sense of humour.
In Edinburgh he meets members from the Scottish Youth Parliament. It's the first election where citizens from the age of 16 can vote, in the most important ballot in Scottish history.
Continuing further north, Kevin meets oil workers who work in an industry that's become a major talking point.
Kevin Bridges What's The Story? - Referendum Special also features exclusive live stand-up footage of Kevin filmed at Theatre Royal in Glasgow earlier this year for Kevin Bridges Live At The Referendum.
The stand-up segments in this programme were originally broadcast in Kevin Bridges Live At The Referendum.
- Monday 15th September 2014
- BBC One
- 60 minutes
Cast & crew
|Kevin Bridges||Host / Presenter|
|Richard Marsh (as Dr Richard Marsh)||Self|
|Andrew Beint||Executive Producer|
|Alan Tyler||Executive Producer|