What's Wrong With Britain? And How Do We Fix It? Monday 2230
Next week on Newsnight begins with two reports from me looking beyond the financial crisis at the structural problems facing the UK.
I can sum it up for the time challenged: low skills, de-industrialisation, depressed towns and booming London, absence of social mobility.
I can sum up the "easy-win" part of the solutions I've been hearing too: reindustrialise, re-localise, spread out the capital away from the M25 into the regions and nations of the UK. And become part of the green revolution that's sweeping the globe.
And do something to address the growing disenchantment of many among the lowest paid who believe their wages are being undercut by migrant workers, and that nobody in authority cares.
Also, re-boot the finance system so that it supports innovation and employment in the UK rather than City speculation and employment in the far east.
That's how I'd sum up the responses of the businesspeople, experts and social entrepreneurs I spoke to.
But the bigger issue, harder to solve, is what we're going to be good at in this country? I've travelled the breadth of Britain to meet people who are trying to go beyond the policy wonk approach and actually do something to answer this question.
But it's going to be a challenge.
Tune in for the first of two reports on Monday night 2230 on BBC TWO. Second report same time Tuesday. Hopefully you'll be inspired more than depressed by the end of it.
But whatever, let us know what you think. How should we fix the UK? Its economy, its social fabric, its low self esteem problem? Hit the comments button.