Prospects for Monday 15th September, 2008
With prospects for tonight's programme, here is today's output editor, Simon Enright.
It's worth having a read of Paul's blog if you want to know about today's story. Paul will be in Wall Street tonight. What key questions do you want to know about last nights wobble on Wall Street?
Clearly we need to make sense of this story so will need to give a lot of the programme over to it.
We are also at the Liberal Democrat Conference with Michael Crick. And have an interview with Nick Clegg. He's taking his party in a new direction - from public spender to tax cutter. What do we ask him?
We have an interview with the US Deputy Energy Secretary - another facet of the crunch. What should we ask him?
We also have a dramatic film from Afghanistan by Kate Clark which includes an interview with the Taleban.
What do we about the power-sharing ceremony in Zimbabwe?
And finally where should we take the Labour story today? The Brown dissenters have made their statements but what support do they now have and what will happen at tomorrow's NEC.
Let's talk it all through at 10.30.