Wednesday 29 February 2012
Tonight's programme is dedicated to the government's controversial overhaul of the NHS.
The Health and Social Care Bill has completed its Commons stages but is having a difficult passage through the House of Lords, which has tabled a number of amendments, and is being opposed by many groups representing medical professionals.
If passed, the bill would give GPs control of much of the NHS budget and opens up the health service to greater competition from the private and voluntary sector.
Our Political editor Allegra Stratton will be joining Health Secretary Andrew Lansley at a 'listening event', where he will be putting his proposals to the professionals involved. Mr Lansley will also be interviewed by Jeremy.
In the studio, health minister Simon Burns will be joined by a number of medical professionals to discuss the measures and the impact on the health system.
We'll also have the latest reaction to James Murdoch stepping down as executive chairman of News International, the UK newspaper business that owns the Sun and the Times titles.