Friday 4 December 2009 - our plans and a call for your input
Tonight we will be talking pop-ups - not the children's book variety - but the restaurants, bars, clubs and shops that spring up in unexpected locations only to quickly melt away.
It used to be sellers of fireworks, Halloween costumes and Christmas tat taking over disused shops around the time of our winter festivities.
But with the advent of enterprises like The Reindeer restaurant, The Double Club, The Foundry and the Proud Galleries - they couldn't be hipper.
Stephen Smith will be reporting on this phenomenon tonight - and if you've spotted any pop-ups in your area, have tips on cool places to go or experiences to recount he wants to hear from you.
You can leave a comment here or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org - putting the words "Pop-Ups" in the subject heading.
Tonight, we will also have the latest on the ongoing CRU e-mail row and Paul Mason is looking into the reports that Chancellor Alistair Darling has decided it is too soon to announce plans for a substantial fiscal tightening in next week's pre-Budget Report without jeopardising a recovery.