Monday 30 November 2009
Here is what is coming up on the programme:
Today is St Andrew's Day and Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond unveiled his vision for an independent Scotland, publishing a white paper on Scotland's constitutional future.
"The debate in Scottish politics is no longer between change or no change - it's about the kind of change we seek and the right of the people to choose their future in a free and fair referendum," Mr Salmond said at its launch in Edinburgh.
Our Political Editor Michael Crick is also in Edinburgh and will be reporting on what the future governance of Scotland might look like.
We will also be looking at Iran's announcement that it plans to build 10 new uranium enrichment sites in defiance of international demands.
The head of Iran's nuclear programme, Ali Akbar Salehi, has accused the West of provoking Tehran into launching the plan. But the French Foreign Minister Bernard Kouchner has accused Iran of "playing an extremely dangerous game".
Tonight, the BBC's Tehran correspondent Jon Leyne will be assessing the thinking behind Iran's statement and whether it could trigger a shift from diplomacy to direct military confrontation.
Plus, Susan Watts reports on how insurance companies are starting to invest billions in mitigating climate change by investing in green technologies.
Join Jeremy Paxman for all that at 10.30pm.