Monday 23 November 2009
Tonight we have a film about controversial Polish MEP, Michal Kaminski, leader of the European Conservatives and Reformists group (ECR) that the British Conservative Party are now aligned to.
Mr Kaminski has been called a homophobe, an anti-Semite and a neo-Nazi - all claims he staunchly denies. So what's the truth about him? Tim Whewell has been finding out.
Plus, the CBI annual conference today is focussing on how to get the country back on the road to recovery. All three party leaders and a high-powered list of FTSE CEOs will be there trying to provide answers.
We hope to be speaking to M&S chief executive, Sir Stuart Rose about ways out of the recession and how to cut the deficit.
And Susan Watts will be looking into the University of East Anglia (UEA) row. Thousands of emails and documents stolen from there and posted online suggest to some that researchers colluded to make the case for climate change. She'll be asking if we can trust the scientists.
Do join Jeremy at 10.30pm on BBC Two.