News from home and abroad with Dotun Adebayo.
A tale of two men. As George Entwistle leaves his job as director general, his predecessor Mark Thompson begins his new post as CEO of the New York Times. Up All Night chats to two experts stateside about their views on the crisis within the BBC -- and whether it could cross the pond and affect Mark Thompson's role at the newspaper.
Our correspondent in Athens tells us about the 'devastating' cuts that have just been voted through by the Greek parliament. Mark Lowan says the austere 2013 budget is necessary to secure the country's next bailout, but is incredibly unpopular and painful for many across the country.
The film's been called Australia's answer to Dreamgirls -- but two of the real life Sapphires tell Dotun what it really was like to be part of the 1960s aboriginal girl band. Laurel Robinson and Beverely Briggs - who are first cousins - were plucked from obscurity at 16 and 18 - they ended up performing for the troops in Vietnam!