Wednesday 24 June 2009
From the web team:
Bank of England Governor Mervyn King has called for more government action to keep the UK's "extraordinary" budget deficit under control.
Appearing before the Treasury Select Committee, Mr King voiced concern about how quickly the British economy may recover from the global financial crisis and said that plans set out in the Budget to cut deficits were not "clear enough".
Tonight we ask when will Gordon Brown say what he plans to cut - and are there divisions in the cabinet over Brown's strategy?
Also tonight, we have the finale to Justin Rowlatt's Reborn in the USA, in which our Ethical Man makes a 6,500 mile journey in search of solutions to global warming.
It has been an action-packed trip in which we have seen Justin recycle his own excrement, round up rattle snakes and check out Daryl Hannah's hemp oil-fuelled car. You can watch a sneak preview of tonight's film here, and flick through a photo gallery of Justin's adventures by clicking here.
Tonight we ask how the US is tackling the challenge of climate change and whether Mr Obama is delivering as was hoped. We will be discussing with - among others - the former White House Chief of Staff John Podesta, The Secretary of State for the environment Ed Miliband and, of course, the Ethical Man himself.
Plus, we will be taking a look at the burqa debate - and ask whether British politicians would be able to have the same debate here as President Sarkozy has in France. We'll be speaking to Bernard-Henri Levy.
Do join Jeremy for all that at 22:30.