Monday 16 November 2009
Jeremy is presenting tonight, and here is what is coming up:
Prime Minister Gordon Brown is set to mount a robust defence of Britain's strategy in Afghanistan in his speech at the Lord Mayor's banquet tonight by warning that al-Qaeda is the biggest danger to UK national security.
But is the greater threat to be found on the streets of Britain rather than on the plains and mountains of Afghanistan?
Richard Watson examines the nature of the terror threat at home and we will discuss whether Britain has the right counter-terrorism strategy.
Michael Crick is in Norfolk where tonight a meeting will be held to decide whether to deselect Tory parliamentary candidate Elizabeth Truss for not telling the local Conservative Association about her affair with Tory MP Mark Field four years ago.
What does this row tell us about sex, sexism and the "modern" Conservative party?
And Stephen Smith got the best assignment - he has been to Harlem, New York to meet the hugely influential musician, Gil Scott-Heron.
Now aged 60 he has a new record scheduled for release in 2010 and talked to Stephen about his musical past, substance abuse, and the future.
Join Jeremy for all that and more at 10.30pm on BBC Two.