Alex Salmond (SNP), Alistair Carmichael (Libdem), Jim Murphy (Labour) and David Mundell (Tory) are debating Scottish and UK issues on Sky News this morning at 10.30am.
This is the first debate in which Alex Salmond has agreed to take part. Why this one? He appears to think Sky have been far more accommodating that the BBC or ITV since Scotland was ignored in the Leaders' Debates.
Why Jim Murphy (the Scottish Secretary at Westminster) represents Scotland I don't know. I thought the leader of the MSPs in Scotland was Iain Gray but he's nowhere to be seen during this campaign. Tavish Scott (the leader of the libdems in Scotland) doesn't want to appear for some reason and the tories, once again, wheel out their only Scottish MP.
Alex Salmond won't allow Jim Murphy his usual caustic remarks without ensuring they're met with the sharp edge of his razor sharp wit and somehow I feel it will be the Alex and Jim show. We can but hope it holds the attention for longer than the English based debates, but with Alex Salmond on the stage, I doubt if it will be anything but boring.
I'll be watching!