Good morning, Shaminder, is the output editor today. She has lots of ideas for tonight's programme - would you like to add any?
We have a film from Gillian Lacey-Solymar and Sara Afshar on how the biotech industry has lost almost half of its value in the last year. Investors are running scared. Many innovative companies are facing crisis. What went wrong?
Zimbabwe. The UN Security Council last night condemned the violence in Zimbabwe and declared that a free and fair election would be "impossible". It looks like we have an interview with Jendayi Frazer, the US Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs. This gives us a chance to discover what America thinks is the way forward. Have you any ideas on how we could do a set-up into this interview that is striking and different in production terms?
Various politics things......
The Conservatives are unveiling their plans on health today. David Cameron will argue that Labour has "tested to destruction the idea that the NHS can be improved by more bureaucracy, more central control and more initiatives from the Department of Health". We've been waiting for policy meat from the Tories, but is there anything new here? Are they being radical enough?
It's a year since Gordon Brown became the leader of the Labour Party. Among the many problems he faces - the party finances are in a mess, and there are fears the lack of funds could threaten Labour's ability to fight the next general election. Should we look at this?
MPs vote on the controversial Planning Bill tomorrow. Labour backbenchers have been voicing their opposition, as the Bill allows for faster consent for big infrastructure projects - such as motorways and power stations. Will there be another revolt against the Government? Should we test the mood?
A largely unknown Turkish Islamic scholar has topped a poll of the world's 100 leading thinkers. Fethullah Gulen got more than half a million votes in the survey by Prospect magazine and Foreign Policy, an American publication. We tried to get an interview with him, and found him to be an even more mysterious figure than we originally thought. Interested? Should we profile him? The list is published in Prospect this Thursday.
Green targets and the need for public consultation are killing creativity in architecture. That's according to "Mantownhuman" - a group of architects who are next week, launching a manifesto for change. "No more limp-wristed architecture but buildings with a hairy chest and a firm fist", they cry - urging more "architecture for architecture's sake". This cabal will reveal their vision to Madeleine Holt in a short film.
We could play out on the Monet painting. Have you got any other things you are desperately interested in?