Phone hacking: latest on 5 live
Since Chris Mason's blog post nearly two weeks ago, giving his initial reactions to what was already a big scandal, the phone hacking story has become one of the biggest many of us can remember. Every day, something astonishing has happened, and there is no sign of it slowing down yet.
As you'll know, over the weekend we had the resignations of Rebekah Brooks and Sir Paul Stephenson. Mrs Brooks was also arrested, and on Tuesday, she'll be questioned by MPs, along with Rupert and James Murdoch. MPs are also likely to have their summer recess delayed this year.
At 5 live, we've been changing the schedule and breaking into the golf coverage to accomodate events as they happen, so you get the fastest reaction and analysis.
On Sunday night, there was an extended edition of Pienaar's Politics and later, a news special presented by Adrian Goldberg. On Tuesday, Shelagh Fogarty, Richard Bacon and Drive will be live from Westminster.
July is traditionally a quiet month for news.
Since this post was originally published, a lot has happened. The second most senior police officer in Britain, John Yates, has also resigned. Yesterday, Sean Hoare, a former News of the World journalist who exposed phone hacking, was found dead at his home. The Sun's website was also hacked.
Here are the key timings for Tuesday. You'll be able to hear it all on 5 live.
12:00 Home Affairs Select Committee - Sir Paul Stephenson and John Yates
14:30 Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee - Rupert Murdoch, James Murdoch and Rebekah Brooks
We have two news specials coming up: Drive has been extended, and will now be on air from 16:00 to 19:30. Tony Livesey's programme will start half an hour earlier than usual, at 22:00, and run till 01:00.