David Dimblebey hosted last night's unique edition of the show, whose audience was made up entirely of 16 and 17-year-olds who will have a vote in next year's referendum.
Members of the Radical Independence Campaign, whose members forced Mr Farage to cut short a recent visit to Edinburgh, last night waved placards in a protest outside the recording at the Corn Exchange.
The former Tory MP said he was surprised at the amount of time taken up in the UK Parliament talking about a potential EU poll compared to the campaign north of the Border.
The BBC has earmarked £5 million to boost its coverage of the referendum in the run-up to the poll on September 18, 2014.
Coverage will include specially commissioned documentaries and a series of debates from across Scotland over the next year.