Friday 3 June 2011
Panorama's programme detailing the abuse of residents in a Bristol care home and the news that Southern Cross has slashed its rent payments in an effort to keep its 750 residential homes for the elderly running have this week thrown a new spotlight on the provision of care for vulnerable members of society.
Tonight we focus on the kind of care which should be available and who should pay for it with a report from Peter Marshall and a discussion with guests including Joan Bakewell, John Redwood and Ray King from Bupa.
We also focus on another of the stories of the week - morality in sport - following the news that the Bahrain Grand Prix has been reinstated.
The race, originally due to be held on 13 March, was called off in February because of pro-democracy protests in which more than 20 people have died.
Is it right that it will be back on the F1 calendar in October?