Thursday 3 November 2011
Tonight we will be focussed on the fast moving events of the eurozone crisis.
Mark Urban is in Greece where PM George Papandreou has announced that he is seeking consensus with the opposition on a eurozone bailout as an alternative to holding a referendum.
Paul Mason is in Cannes where G20 leaders are holding a summit overshadowed by the chaos in Athens.
And David Grossman will be picking over David Cameron's statement that it is right to consider boosting funds to the International Monetary Fund in a time of crisis and whether Westminster would back such a move.
We will discuss the events of the day and what happens next with guests including economist Ken Rogoff, Gillian Tett from the FT, Brazilian ambassador to the UK Roberto Jaguaribe, German MEP Elmar Brok and Greek MP Lianna Kanellis.
And we will also be looking whether the Occupy movement is starting to affect the thinking of political and financial leaders around the world. Writer Naomi Wolf, who was arrested at the Occupy Wall Street protest, will be joining us in the studio.