Wednesday 8 June 2011
Lots happening on tonight's prorgamme at 2230 on BBC Two.
Richard Watson has the latest on the story that the Crown Prosecution Service has opened an inquiry after claims prosecutors withheld undercover police officer Mark Kennedy's surveillance tapes from defence lawyers.
Our economics editor Paul Mason will be asking what can we do about banks.
Mark Urban will bring us the amazing story of the Syrian blogger, A Gay Girl in Damascus, who is missing.
And Stephen Smith has been to meet iconoclastic choreographer Michael Clark whose latest work - which fills the Tate Modern's Turbine Hall - uses professional dancers alongside volunteering members of the public, and which Clark says embodies the punk spirit for which he first became famous. Watch a preview clip here.
Join Jeremy at 2230 on BBC Two.