Thursday 3 September 2009
On the eve of the G20 finance ministers' talks that Chancellor Alistair Darling is hosting in London, we'll be examining how close countries really are to reaching any kind of agreement.
Two young brothers have admitted to luring two boys to a ravine before brutally torturing them in South Yorkshire. Liz McKean has spent the day in Edlington - and we hope to bring you some new details on the story.
Should a formal apology and posthumous pardon be awarded to the wartime code-breaker Alan Turing? He was chemically castrated for admitting to his homosexuality and written out of history. More than 26,000 signatories have been gathered on the petition to the prime minister. Our Science Editor Susan Watts has been speaking to some of Turing's relatives.
And on the 70th anniversary of Britain declaring war on Germany we explore WWII's enduring role in national mythology.
Do join Jeremy Paxman at 10.30pm on BBC Two.