"The crisis in Darfur is fiction"
No meeting today as there are two issues dominating many people's conversations. Rabsy and Dicky are still in Turkey for the arrival of the Pope and will be broadcasting from Istanbul today. There's one question she'll be asking all of the people coming on today's shows... do you welcome the Pope to your country? If you're in Turkey, what's your answer?
The other issue is Darfur and what exactly is happening there?...
I was very struck by the Sudanese President's claims that the crisis in Darfur is in fact all made up. We're going to try and get a representative of the Sudanese government to expand on this analysis.
Do you believe what President Omar al-Bashir has said? What's would you say to him? Are you convinced that the situation in Darfur has been exaggerated?
If you'd like another story for the show have a listen to yesterday's programme (you can do so with the listen again feature on the right side of the blog's front page). One of the issue's we looked at was violence in schools after Marcy in Detroit suggested we ask people around the world about it. She ended up anchoring the whole section and getting to ask people in Brazil, South Africa, the UK and America about their experiences. So we do read and listen to every suggestion you send us and many of them make it on air.
So if you've a story that you think the media is missing, let us know, and we'll try and we'll look to get it on air.