Wednesday 3 February 2010
Is the whole European project under threat from the Greek debt crisis? Greece now faces stringent monitoring from Brussels who have examined the country's plans to reduce its deficit.
Tonight we speak to financial and political heavy weights who worry that without a European bailout, contagion could spread across the Eurozone and endanger the single currency.
UK forces are likely to operate more closely with France and other European partners in future conflicts, a defence paper on military reform suggested today. Meanwhile Gordon Brown has been attacked in the Commons for ''ignoring the welfare'' of our armed forces.
Mark Urban will examine the uncertain future of British defence and Jeremy will discuss what Britain's global role should be.
Tim Whewell has travelled to Uganda where an attempt to punish "aggravated homosexuality" with the death penalty has led to outrage across the world. What lies behind the homophobic campaign?
And was the outgoing children's commissioner Sir Al Aynsley Green right when he said that 'Britain is one of world's most unfriendly countries towards children'? We'll debate.
Do join Jeremy at 10.30pm on BBC Two.