25 years ago today the only other person from the British Isles to win the Tour de France, Stephen Roche, clinched victory on La Plagne. (yes we replay THAT bit of commentary from Phil Liggett) Tonight Stephen Roche told Up All Night what this year's winner Bradley Wiggins will be feeling and how his life will change.
We're live in Syria's second city Aleppo with an activist who tells us the strategic importance of his city and the fighting that's broken out there over the last three days.
We're live in Aurora as President Obama visits survivors and the families of the victims of Friday's mass shooting. We speak with a man who went to school with James Holmes, as well as Gale Norton, who was part of the review commission into the Columbine school shootings in 1999, was attorney general for the State of Colorado for most of the 1990s and then served in George W Bush's cabinet for five years as Secretary of the Interior. She tells us that she doesn't think gun laws in the US need to change.
Bill and Hillary Clinton, Elton John and Bill Gates are just some of the 25 thousand people expected in Washington over the next six days for the World AIDS Conference. We hear from Craig McCLure, the HIV and AIDS Section Chief at UNICEF who's there.
A new study of global tax havens has found that trillions of dollars are being held in off-shore accounts, out of reach of the tax authorities.
Our guest is John Christensen, Director of the Tax Justice Network and co- author of the study.