Presented by Peter White.
In the first conference of its kind, organisers of the UK Music Festivals, police and security have joined together to work out ways of combating a huge rise in fraud and other crimes affecting live music lovers. Last year thousands of people lost money to ticket touts who never supplied the tickets they had promised.
Last autumn Culture Secretary Andy Burnham posed seven questions to the football authorities to get them thinking about how to make the financing of the game more transparent. The Premier League has now responded. What did they say and how will it affect fans? With BBC Sports Correspondent Gordon Farquhar and Sue Bridgewater, Associate Professor of Marketing and Strategy, Warwick Business School.
It is rumoured that National Express wants to give up its contract to operate the East Coast route from London to Edinburgh. Will the Government let it, and what kind of precedent would it set if it did?
For one weekend, around 130 museums and galleries throughout the UK will be open far into the night and making the most of darkness to showcase their attractions. From sleepovers in haunted castles to moths at midnight there is something for everyone.
Dining cars are fast disappearing from our trains - but are the operators missing the opportunity to promote a unique travelling experience? Simon Parkes investigates.
It is over 25 years since Guinness launched its non-alchoholic Kaliber beer. It failed to take off - until now. Figures out this week show while beer sales are falling sales of low and non-alcoholic beer are rising. Spiros Malandrakis of Euromonitor International and Jeff Evans, former editor of the Good Beer Guide, discuss.