Wednesday, 28 January, 2009
Jeremy's presenting this evening. Here's what's coming up:
Britain's economy will be the hardest hit in the developed world in what is expected to be the "deepest recession since the second world war," the International Monetary Fund said today. Economics Editor Paul Mason examines why. Jeremy will be talking to a man who knows how bad it can get, the outgoing prime minister of Iceland and a man who should know what to do about it, Nobel prize wining economist, Joseph Stiglitz.
And how do you begin to rebuild a country's system of right and wrong after years of civil war? In the third in our series of films looking at international justice, we report from Liberia where the Truth and Reconciliation Commission is preparing to decide who will be pardoned and who will be punished.
And we'll also be bringing you our number of the day. It's not nine.