Wednesday 10 February 2010
UPDATE - HERE'S GAVIN WITH MORE DETAILS OF WHAT IS COMING UP:
Hello from Gavin Esler:
In tonight's programme we have the latest on Binyam Mohammed, including a live interview with the Foreign Secretary David Miliband.
Tomorrow the Eurozone economies will meet in Brussels to decider whether - or how - to bail out the Greek economy.
Our economics editor Paul Mason is in Athens, and will report on the protests by public sector workers against austerity measures there.
Our political editor Michael Crick is in Westminster North looking at the bizarre story of the "is she or isn't she" prospective Conservative party candidate Joanne Cash.
Remember the Turnip Taliban in Norfolk who caused such problems for David Cameron's attempts to modernise the party - or, if you will, to impose candidates from Central Office on reluctant constituencies?
We also have a special report from Sue Lloyd-Roberts in Zimbabwe one year after the power-sharing agreement between Robert Mugabe and Morgan Tsvangirai.
See you later, Gavin
ENTRY FROM 1129GMT:
Sue Lloyd-Roberts has been on an official reporting trip to Zimbabwe, ahead of tomorrow's one year anniversary of power-sharing between Zanu PF and the MDC. In a powerful film she looks at the yawning gap between rich and poor.
Paul Mason is in Greece on the day public sector workers have launched a nationwide strike in protest at government measures to tackle the budget deficit.
We are across the Binyam Mohamed story, after Foreign Secretary David Miliband lost an Appeal Court bid to stop the disclosure of secret information relating to his alleged torture.
And we are looking at Alan Johnson's upcoming immigration speech and the Joanne Cash Twitter resignation row story.
More details later