A rundown of stories from Saturday 11 May 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...
The people of Pakistan are voting amid tight security in an election which marks the first time power has passed from one democratically elected government to another. Plus, did the UK really have a double-dip recession?
0855Cinematographer Robbie Ryan and Portsmouth University's Head of creative arts, film and media Esther Sonnet, debate whether the new Great Gatsby film can capture the authentic essence of the 1920s in all its colourful 3D glory.
0850The Secret Footballer, whose new book - I Am The Secret Footballer - is now in the bookshops, gives us his thoughts on the relegation battle at the end of this season and how it can dramatically affect the lives of players and their families.
0846Alastair Leithead reports on the unlikely potential hero of the Cleveland kidnapping story, Charles Ramsay, who has become a media star.
0833Julie White, Managing Director of D-Drill construction company, and Lord Norman Lamont discuss the new figures that suggest the UK never hit a double or triple recession.