Monday 17 January 2011
Here's more detail on Monday's Newsnight, which is being presented by Matt Frei.
Tunisia's prime minister has announced a national unity government, which includes several sitting ministers and some opposition figures, days after President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali was ousted after two decades in power.
But will the new line-up be enough to satisfy people demanding complete change at the top? And will it cool the temperature on the streets, where there have been more protests today.
Tonight we have a report from the capital Tunis by Lyse Doucet. And in the studio Mark Urban will be asking how the West is likely to respond to the new leadership.
Also, the internet was supposed to help free oppressed people, but has it instead become a tool for stifling dissent?
Tonight we talk to Evgeny Morozov, who questions the idea that the internet is inherently an emancipator in his book The Net Delusion.
Today the US celebrates the life and work of civil right campaigner Martin Luther King. King's I Have a Dream speech, delivered on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in 1963, is often cited as one of the best speeches of the 20th Century.
And this week sees the 50th anniversary of another great speech from that era - JFK's inauguration address in which he famously urged Americans to "ask not what your country can do for you - ask what you can do for your country".
Tonight, we discuss what makes a great speech with Tony Blair advisor Alastair Campbell, George W Bush speechwriter David Frum, and, fresh from the Golden Globes where Colin Firth won the best actor award for The King's Speech, the film's director Tom Hooper.
Join Matt Frei at 10.30pm on BBC Two.