Wednesday 23 February 2011
Here is what we are planning for tonight's programme presented by Kirsty Wark:
Pressure has mounted on isolated Libyan ruler Colonel Muammar Gaddafi after a chorus of international condemnation and resignations by top officials.
Tonight, we look at how much of the country remains under Col Gadaffi's control and what resources are available to him.
Plus we examine the West's game plan and whether intervention should be stepped up.
We also look at confusion over what the government means when promising to protect "front-line" policing staff from cuts, after the Commons home affairs committee said today that there would be "significantly" fewer officers in England and Wales due to budget reductions of 20% by 2014-15.
And ahead of tomorrow's Davies report looking at why so few women hold positions on the boards of listed companies we will be asking whether a quota should be introduced.