Wednesday 13 October 2010
Here's what is coming up tonight at 2230 on BBC Two:
Sixteen of the 33 miners trapped underground for more than two months in northern Chile have been winched to the surface amid scenes of jubilation.
Tonight we'll discuss the pressures of captivity and isolation and how then to deal with intense media pressure with John McCarthy, kidnapped by Islamic Jihad terrorists in Lebanon in 1986 and held hostage for more than five years.
Then Michael Crick will be gauging opinion from the backbenches on Ed Miliband's debut at Prime Minister's Questions today. Mr Miliband clashed with David Cameron over proposed cuts to child benefits, accusing the PM of breaking promises to protect them and urging him to "think again" over the move.
Danny Finkelstein and John McTernan - two former political advisers to prime ministers - will join Jeremy to give their takes on Ed Miliband's performance.
And we have another US film from our Economics editor Paul Mason, tonight from Georgia where he finds cultural division looming over next month's US mid-term election and the ideology that drove millions of people into expensive lifestyles on low pay and easy credit broken.
Do join Jeremy at 10.30pm on BBC Two.