Tuesday 28 September 2010
Here's what we're planning for tonight's programme:
Ed Miliband delivered his maiden speech to the Labour party conference in Manchester earlier, telling delegates "I am ready to lead" and that a new generation was in charge of Labour with "different attitudes, different ideas, different ways of doing politics".
He concluded his speech saying: "We are the optimists and together we will change Britain."
Jeremy is in Manchester for us tonight with an audience of Labour members who'll give their views on the day's events.
David Grossman will give us his assessment of Ed's wide-ranging speech - did he manage to reassure those who think the wrong brother won the leadership contest?
And our Political editor Michael Crick will give us his analysis of where the Labour Party is now, nearly five months on from its election defeat (and you can try your hand at Michael's latest conference season quiz - this week all about the Labour Party - by clicking here).
Then back in London Gavin will be speaking to the Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams, about his new book - a collection of essays that looks at how we build a new social and economic model out of the ashes of the financial crisis.
All this and more at 10.30pm on BBC Two.