Rhod Sharp with news from the UK and around the world. He talks to Barry Devonside whose teenage son died in the Hillsborough tragedy as he prepares for the release of secret files relating to the tragedy. Lord Falconer QC tells Up All Night what the Hillsborough families can expect.
An American member of staff at the US consulate in Benghazi is reported to have been killed after militias stormed the building.
The new iPhone 5 is unvelied later today and should be on sale in the UK by the end of next week. Ina Fried of the website All Things Digital in California and Apple 'superfan' Jordan Crosby of Newcastle Upon Tyne reveal why they can't wait.
Usain Bolt makes a low-key return to Jamaica and Kate and Wills make a splash in Singapore on the second day of their tour of the Far East to mark the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.
And the author James Herbert tells Rhod how writing his new book 'Ash' nearly killed him.