Tuesday 25 October 2011
The Polish presidency of the EU has confirmed that key meetings between the bloc's 27 finance ministers and the 17-nation eurozone will not now meet on Wednesday, although a full emergency heads-of-government summit will happen.
On the programme Paul Mason and our guests will be assessing what this means, how much of a hitch this is, and what hope remains that a rescue deal will be announced.
The day after he suffered the biggest rebellion against a Conservative prime minister over Europe, Prime Minister David Cameron says there is no bitterness towards Tory MPs who voted for a referendum over the UK's membership of the EU.
David Grossman reports tonight on who did back the motion, why they did and what the long term fallout will be.
We have a second film from Fergal Keane, this time looking what role corruption has played in sowing the seeds for a food crisis which has left its people starving.
Plus Jeremy will be speaking to cult film director David Cronenberg, known for films including The Fly, Crash and Eastern Promises, who is in town promoting his latest cinematic offering and to receive a BFI Fellowship at the London Film Festival.