I joined BBC radio and TV on Thursday to discuss the first Democratic debate in the Presidential campaign.

We discuss how issues triumphed last night, with consideration of a way forward on health care, women’s rights, immigration, climate change, economic fairness, and other matters.

And while rejecting the reduction of the race to a personality 1-on-1 with Donald Trump, we consider how Elizabeth Warren bolstered her status as a front-runner; Cory Booker gave a measure, effective presentation; and former Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julian Castro may have gained profile with his standout remarks on immigration.

Listen to BBC Radio Scotland from 1:36.41

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