SCOTLAND has produced some of the world’s most renowned people – and we’re asking you to help us choose one of the finest.

BBC Two show Icons: The Greatest Person of the 20th Century has just selected Alan Turing as its most iconic.

With no Scots or women in their final shortlist, that got us thinking ... who is the most iconic Scot of the 20th century?

It was hard to narrow down the selection – and there are some excellent candidates who haven’t made our shortlist.

We came up with a fantastic group of Scots, however, and want your help choosing a winner.

The competition started with 16 Scots: Kier Hardie, Annie Lennox, Andrew Carnegie, Mary Barbour, The Proclaimers, Dolly the sheep, Billy Connolly, Hugh MacDiarmid, Harry Lauder, Winnie Ewing, Lulu, Sean Connery, Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Elsie Inglis, Muriel Spark and Alexander Fleming.

But there can only be one winner and The Proclaimers and Alexander Fleming have made it to the final. Vote for your favourite below!

The winner will be announced in the Sunday National tomorrow.

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