DETAILS OF TONIGHT'S PROGRAMME
From programme producer Liz Gibbons
COLIN POWELL INTERVIEW
Last week it was Bill Clinton, today Jeremy's been speaking to Former US Secretary of State Colin Powell - about Iran, rendition, the decisions that took the US and Britain to war, and that notorious presentation to the United Nations on Iraq's weapons programme. It's worth watching.
Meanwhile, diplomats from the EU, US Russia and China have been meeting at the Foreign Office, trying to establish a united front to deal with the Iran problem.
Will they recommend that Iran be referred to the security council, or try to establish a fresh set of negotiations? We'll be asking a friend and adviser to the Iranian President about Iran's nuclear ambitions.
We'll also have the latest on the row over sex offenders being allowed to teach in schools. The Conservatives have accused Ruth Kelly of misleading the Commons when she claimed that any teacher convicted of an offence will automatically appear on so-called "List 99" - the list of people banned from working in schools. But does the political sensitivity of the subject prevent politicians from being able to talk honestly about the subject? Is everyone who's been cautioned necessarily a permanent risk to children?
And we have a film from India about the burgeoning creative industries - they're producing more and more glossy films and adverts - at a fraction of the cost. Should Britain's industry be worried?
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