Insight, analysis and expert debate as key policy makers are challenged on the latest news stories.
Saturday 27 April
North Korea says it will put an American citizen on trial, charged with trying to overthrow the government. A police watchdog is investigating the case of a man who died from burns after he was shot by police with a Taser. Plus the return of Spare Rib.
The radical feminist magazine Spare Rib is to be relaunched. Charlotte Raven, the journalist relaunching the magazine, and Louise Court, editor of Cosmopolitan discuss.
Following the emergence of news that drones in Afghanistan are being 'piloted' or flown from a new UK operations centre in Lincoln, four organisations are staging a march at RAF Waddington later today. Air Marshal Sir John Walker, a former Chief of Defence Intelligence, and Kat Craig, legal director at Reprieve, discuss the use of drones.
The police watchdog is investigating whether a Taser electric stun gun ignited a flammable liquid which caused a man to be fatally burned. Carl Eve, a crime reporter at the Plymouth Herald who has been covering the case, and Simon Chesterman, of the Association of Chief Police Officers, reflect on the case and consider police use of Tasers.
The BBC's reporter Tom Esslemont explains that every year hundreds of children across the UK abuse their parents - sometimes tormenting them physically.