Tuesday 13 December
The fallout from David Cameron's decision to use his veto continues, with the head of the European Commission saying the UK's demands for special treatment for financial services would have risked the single market.
Jose Manuel Barroso told the European Parliament the UK's stance had made compromise impossible at last week's EU summit on economic integration.
Tonight, we ask what are the long-term ramifications for relations between the UK and Europe following the backlash against Britain's stance.
The news that researchers at Cern had found signs of the Higgs boson particle was reported by Newsnight's Science editor Susan Watts last week.
Today, the official announcement was made that this most coveted prize in particle physics may have been glimpsed by scientists using the Large Hadron Collider. Susan Watts will be live from Geneva.
Also on tonight's programme, as part of our series of films looking back across the year, we'll be reviewing the most important science stories from the last 12 months.
Plus, we asked top economists to each select a graph which they considered key to the economic story of 2011. Ann Pettifor, director of Prime Economics, Louise Cooper from BGC Partners and the Financial Times' Gillian Tett will be looking at the results.
All that with Emily Maitlis at 2230 on BBC Two.