Thursday 25 August 2011
"I was buzzing me, just smashing windows and police cars and stuff... a big massive buzz."
Tonight we have a film from Donal MacIntyre who has been meeting some of the young men who took part in the recent Manchester riots. He finds them revelling in the memories of the time when they overturned the rule of law and made the streets their own.
To discuss the film Kirsty be joined by a shopkeeper who was trapped in his store during the riots and had to be rescued by police, someone who knows the looters, and a politician.
Meanwhile... another confusing day in Libya. The hunt for Col Gaddafi continues, although reports he was trapped in a building in Tripoli came to nothing. It is certainly clear that the Transitional Council are desperate for money.
Tim Whewell is in Benghazi for us tonight and Kirsty will be speaking to the Foreign Secretary William Hague.
And Madeleine Morris has been looking into new figures which suggest that net migration rose by 21% last year, with 239,000 more people arriving in the UK than those leaving.
Join us at the slightly later time than usual of 10.40pm on BBC Two.