Julian Worricker speaks to the Health Secretary Andrew Lansley about the biggest shake up of the NHS in England since its inception. The union Unison is taking the government to court over its white paper on health service reform. We find out why, and get reaction from doctors and patients.
Plus we visit the Spanish city where new technology is on trial allowing you to pay via your mobile phone rather than cash or cards.
Our reporter Jon Douglas returns to Alnwick High Street to find out if the empty shops he found on his last visit are now in use.
We discuss the extent to which people with disabilities should be spared the pain of spending cuts.
And, how is money being made from old mobile phones?