I'm Maggie Shiels and during the three weeks in the run up to the Scottish elections I've been hosting a daily election webcast based on your questions and views.
During the half-hour online discussions, which took place each week day, I spoke torepresentatives of many minority groups as well as the mainstream parties
Click on the links below to listen to the interviews.
UKIP AND THE COMMUNIST PARTY
Paul Henke is standing for the UK Independence Party
Would-be MSPs from the left and the right of the political spectrum featured in the final webcast.
Paul Henke from the UK Independence Party and Elinor Mackenzie of the Communist Party were in the hot seats.
Former Navy officer Paul decided last year that if he didn't get involved with politics he would "regret it on his death bed".
The one-time Tory supporter has eight books in print.
Elinor has been involved with the Communist Party for 50 years.
The former lecturer said she is passionate about encouraging ordinary people to go back into education. She was secretary of Scottish CND from 2002 to 2004 and peace activities have been her main interest over the years.
I also spoke to Andy O'Neill from the Electoral Commission, who provided some helpful information on the voting systems being used for the 3 May poll.
George McCleery of the Had Enough Party and Nicholas Watson of the Borders Party
Peace Party's Liz Law and Euan MacInnes of Adam Lyal's Witchery Tour Party
Conservative candidates Bill Aitken and Stephanie Fraser
Ray Barry of the Equal Parenting Alliance and Alice and Lynn Sheridan
Thursday 26 April
Keith Brown and Angela Constance of the Scottish National Party
Wednesday 25 April
Rosemary Burnett, Scottish Greens
Tuesday 24 April
Liberal Democrat husband and wife team Alex and Gillian Cole-Hamilton
Monday 23 April
Scottish Senior Citizen Unity Party candidates, George Wyllie, and his daughter, Louise Wyllie
Friday 20 April
John Black, Scottish Jacobite Party, and Neil Craig of the 9% Growth Party
Thursday 19 April
Carolyn Leckie, SSP, and Rosemary Byrne, Solidarity
Wednesday 18 April
David Smith, Independent, and Mev Brown, NHS First
Tuesday 17 April
Margo MacDonald, Independent
Monday 16 April
Anas Sarwar, Labour Party
Friday 13 April
The Revd George Hargreaves, the Scottish Christian Party
Thursday 12 April
Kit Fraser, The Publican Party and Stuart Usher, Scotland Against Crooked Lawyers
Wednesday 11 April
Archie Stirling, Scottish Voice
Tuesday 10 April