5 live Breakfast - Covering the Cuts
5 live Breakfast is going to be an extra big production on Thursday morning.
We'll be coming to you from a series of live locations around the UK - bringing you reaction and analysis as people begin to absorb the impact of the spending review.
James Shaw is in Glasgow with the outlook for Scotland, Mark Hutchings is at a hospital in Cardiff and 5 live's Stephen Nolan - normally one of our evening presenters - will be reporting live from central Belfast.
We also have Stephen Chittenden in Norwich, Nick Garnett with public sector workers in Morpeth - and Andy Verity in the City of London with reaction from the financial markets.
From 10, it's 'Your Call' - your turn to go on air to give Nicky your reaction to the spending review. It's going to be a big, ambitious show - and we're aiming to connect people across the UK as we all get to grips with the biggest public spending cuts since Word War II.
Before all that, don't forget 5 live's comprehensive coverage of the spending review announcement itself today. Victoria Derbyshire is at Westminster. She'll be joined by politicians, experts and 5 live listeners - and, of course, she'll also be crossing to the Commons chamber to hear the Chancellor's statement.
Big outside broadcasts like this are the hallmark of 5 live. They're a large part of what makes us distinctive - and they put us in touch with people on the ground so that our audience can have first hand experience of what people at the centre of news stories really think and feel about what's going on.
Spending Review - detailed coverage from BBC News Online
Scott Solder is the Editor of 5 live Breakfast