You wait weeks for a David Milliband
interview then two come along at once. He was with us on Wednesday and look, he's with us again tonight. He'll be on his feet in the Commons shortly, explaining Government thinking on the environment. He'll be talking to me about an hour later. What do you think of the Stern report and related issues? On the comments thread below (under "After") there's already quite a debate.
Also on the programme tonight, a Green of many years standing recalls the movement's last high watermark in 1989. What lessons can be learned from then. And we'll hear a sceptical voice - a professor who thinks Mr Milliband is just plain wrong.
Plus, the Michael Jackson comeback, flag-burning, and a debate about when teenagers should be legally able to do certain things. As I used to say in the Newsletter from time to time, some of these things may not happen, so please don't be devastated if this little trail excites your interest in an item, you cancel your plans to listen to the whole show, and then the item doesn't run. Listen for the name of the editor just before the bongs and write to him.