FIGHTER jets for Ukraine, gender recognition's impact on Scottish independence and a new series of Fawlty Towers were just some of the topics discussed as BBC Radio Four's Any Questions? came to Aberdour on Friday evening.

Alex Forsyth hosted the political debate in St Fillan's Church Hall with members of the public looking for answers from a panel consisting of SNP MSP Fiona Hyslop, Tory MSP Murdo Fraser, former journalist Angela Haggerty and Labour MSP Michael Marra.

The audience also asked why Historic Scotland had closed 60 heritage attractions at the same time, if Richi Sunak’s appointment of Lee Anderson as Tory party deputy chair was an act of folly or a masterstroke, and if accepting strikers demands was a good way to get the economy going.

Any Questions?, which has been running since 1948, was recorded in Aberdour as part of the 900th anniversary celebrations for St Fillan's Church.

The original plan was to broadcast the show from the church itself but this was not possible.

All the questions were submitted by the audience and the event was free with 150 tickets distributed through the church, the Purple Shop and Willies newsagent’s in Aberdour.