Wednesday 25 January 2012
Tonight we ask whether the news that UK economic activity shrank by 0.2% in the last three months of last year indicates that the government has the wrong economic policy.
We will have analysis from Paul Mason and Jeremy has been talking to Chief Secretary to the Treasury Danny Alexander.
We have a report on the uproar over chemical company Dow's sponsorship of the wrap which will surround the Olympic stadium this summer, which is showing no sign of going away.
And we have our third film looking at China in the 21st Century. This time, amid a series of strikes and riots by migrant workers manning production lines in southern China, Mukul Devichand asks whether the government can keep the "factory of the world" running smoothly.
And also, is it possible to be a Tory and a feminist? Louise Mensch thinks so, and she will be joining Laurie Penny to debate.