Presented by Peter White.
The O2 arena says it will not be renewing a contract with a company run by Mike Ashley, the chairman of Newcastle United, and has launched an investigation into alleged ticket touting.
Peter joins one of the judges at The British Invention Show, which is taking place at the Alexandra Palace in North London.
Investigating the abuse of personal information stored on old mobile phone SIM cards.
Peter talks to Catherine Sear, whose son Daniel paid just under 3,000 pounds to travel to Tanzania with the Frontier development organisation in 1998 and never returned.
Kane Kramer, the former Inventor Of The Year who now runs the British Invention Show, talks to Peter about his work and how it could have made his fortune but for a boardroom coup.
Comedian and political activist Mark Thomas launches a new feature in which famous people reveal what they get up to at the weekend.
A 150 million-pound hole has been left in the budget for the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. Organisers say that money they had relied on for legacy projects for the Games has now been re-allocated to pay for the 2012 Olympics. Stuart Maxwell, Scotland's Sports Minister, gives his views.