A rundown of stories from Friday 22 February including programme highlights and comment.
Insight, analysis and expert debate as key policy makers are challenged on the latest news stories.
In today's programme
How are authorities dealing with the threat of terrorism? A new survey has found only one father in eight reads to his children. And weepy movie moments: why we love films that make us cry.
0852This weekend is the 85th annual Oscars awards ceremony and speculation is growing about who will win on Hollywood's biggest night of the year. Film score composer Philip Sheppard, and psychologist Dr Averil Leimon, discuss how do tearjerkers such as Les Miserables provoke such emotional responses from audiences.
It is the final day of campaigning before voting begins on Sunday in Italy's general election. The BBC's correspondent Chris Morris reports from Sicily, one of the regions that could hold the balance of power.
The transcripts and annexes of the Pollard review at the BBC are expected to be published today. Dame Elizabeth Forgan, former managing director of BBC network radio, and Sir Gerry Robinson, businessman and former non-executive chairman of Allied Domecq, give analysis on communications between senior BBC figures.
A new book published this week argues that guerrilla warfare is far from a modern development - and is in fact the oldest form of conflict. Max Boot, author of Invisible Armies: An Epic History of Guerrilla Warfare, and Sherard Cowper-coles, former British Ambassador to Afghanistan, discuss how armies are dealing with guerrilla tactics.