Rob Young takes a look at Scotland\'s video gaming industry.
The former Conservative prime minister Sir John Major has said Leave campaigners are wrong when they claim the UK will lose it\'s sovereignty by staying in the EU.\n\n\n\n\"This country is sovereign. We can vote to repeal the accession act to the European Union at any time - that is sovereignty in its purest form,\" he said. \n\n\n\n\"If you want undiluted sovereignty in the modern age, when everybody is interconnected, then go to North Korea because that\'s where you will get it,\" said Sir John. \n\n\n\n(Image: Sir John Major. Credit: BBC)
Gardeners should brace themselves for a generation of ‘sleepless slugs’, conservation charity BugLife has predicted, as a wet summer and an unusually warm winter has meant the animals haven\'t gone into hibernation.\n\n\n\nPippa Greenwood, from Gardeners\' Question Time, discussed the inundation of the molluscs and what we can do about it.\n\n\n\n(Image: Garden slug. Credit: Thinkstock)
London votes in less than a week for a new mayor. It has been a brutal campaign between the two front runners the Conservative\'s Zac Goldsmith and Labour\'s Sadiq Khan.\n\n\n\nMr Goldsmith does not think that the Labour Party have handled allegations of anti-Semitism well:\n\n\n\n\"The Labour Party has attempted to close down what are clearly legitimate questions by being casual in their accusations of racism\", he told John Humphrys.\n\n\n\nHe also spoke about how he would carry out his promise for a greener London:\n\n\n\n\"I have committed that every bus in London will either be electric or ultra-low emission zone compliant. I want to create a greater London wide green car club...I believe that within four years our buses, our taxis will be at the top, at the highest possible standards.\"
The BBC\'s books editor, James Naughtie speaks to author Pat Barker about her novel Noonday which tells the story of the blitz and explores themes of memory, trauma, survival and recovery.