Tuesday 22 February 2011
Libya's Col Muammar Gaddafi has condemned anti-government protests in the country and refused to cede power, in his first major speech since unrest began.
Tonight we'll have the very latest on what's happening inside Libya, and Jeremy will joined from Cairo by Baroness Ashton, the EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs.
Then we'll be turning our attention to the future of printed media.
David Grossman investigates if dwindling circulation figures mean the days of consuming your morning news in paper form are numbered.
Anne McElvoy of The Economist presents a thesis on why amateur and citizen journalism can be no substitute for professional journalism.
And Jeremy Paxman will be joined in debate by guests including Alan Rusbridger of the Guardian, FT editor Lionel Barber, Google's Peter Barron, and Mark Thompson, BBC director general.
Join Jeremy at 10.30pm on BBC Two.