Friday 9 April 2010
Here's Kirsty with more of what's coming up:
We're working on a lead story for tonight - so until the programme my lips are sealed on that one. But we're hoping it will be a humdinger.
We also have one of our election campaign delights, Friday Night at the Marginals.
Over the next few weeks, our political Editor Michael Crick will be prowling around some of the most hotly contested constituencies in the UK.
Tonight he's in Luton South where the Labour MP Margaret Moran is standing down after a bruising encounter with the party's NEC over her parliamentary expenses.
Michael will be teaming up with Emily Maitlis who'll be at an arts centre in the town with 80s crooner and local boy Paul Young, Sarfraz Mansoor, who is similarly attached to Luton (though not by his vocal chords) and others to find out what they make of the first week of the campaign and examining the big issues for the town.
Join us at 10.30pm on BBC Two.
Here is what we are planning for tonight's programme:
With the election result so uncertain, and talk of a hung parliament still in the air, David Grossman reports tonight on tactical voting.
Plus it is the first of our "Friday Night in the Marginals" broadcast from a marginal seat - Emily Maitlis and Michael Crick are the lucky duo being despatched to Luton.
They will be looking at what is happening there and back across the events of the week - joined by a panel including journalist Sarfraz Manzoor and 80s crooner Paul Young.
More details later.