First up is Alistair Darling, the former Labour Chancellor and head of the Better Together campaign, who is opposed to independence and arguing for Scotland to vote No.
As revealed in yesterday's Evening Times, we will put a series of questions relating to the referendum campaigns to Mr Darling this week in a video interview based on the topics and specifics you want answered.
The interview will be posted on www.evening times.co.uk and featured in the Evening Times on Friday.
Later in the month Nicola Sturgeon, Deputy First Minister, who has responsibility for the Scottish Government's referendum strategy, will answer questions.
Mr Darling insists Scotland would be taking a risk by breaking from the United Kingdom and said independence would squander the success the Scottish Parliament has achieved under devolution.
He, and his Better Together colleagues in the Labour, LibDem and Conservative parties campaigning to keep the union, argues Scotland is economically better off in the UK and the UK has greater political influence on the global stage than it would have if Scotland was independent.
The Evening Times is giving you, the reader, the opportunity to challenge Mr Darling's claims and to get clarification on his case for the union.
Visit www.evening times.co.uk and use the comments section after this story to submit the question you would like Mr Darling to answer before Midnight tomorrow. Usual site rules apply.