Thursday, 2 April, 2009
Here's Gavin Esler with a look ahead to the programme tonight:
I will be asking President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva of Brazil how far this marks the beginning of the new economic world order with poor countries playing a bigger role.
And I'll be hearing from Lord Mandelson on where it leaves Gordon Brown, and from George Soros on whether it really will make a difference.
Our Economics Editor, Paul Mason (who has been blogging from the summit), is thumbing the final communiqué as we speak, and our Political Editor, Michael Crick, is getting political reaction.
Join us at 10.30pm on BBC 2.