A row has broken out today between the BBC and the London School of Economics. A journalist from the "Panorama" programme joined a group of LSE students on a visit to the North Korea so he could carry out undercover filming. Journalists aren't allowed into the communist country and the university says that students weren't given enough information to enable informed consent and were put in danger. The BBC denies this and is still planning to run the programme tomorrow evening.
Another battle is brewing in a concrete corner on the banks of the Thames. Since the early 1970s the undercroft at the Southbank Centre has attracted skateboarders from around the world. But now the space is under threat from redevelopment plans, leaving the skate park with an uncertain future. We've been talking to skaters about what may happen to the area dubbed the birthplace of British skateboarding.
We're on-air this evening after the FA Cup semi-final between Chelsea and Manchester City at Wembley so the big question will be, has the west London club made the final? There are still repercussions today following ugly scenes at Millwall last night as fighting broke out between some fans of the south east London club, after they lost their semi-final to Wigan. The club's chief executive Andy Ambler said Millwall will do all it can to find those responsible.
So more on the above and the rest of today's news at 6:15pm - hope to see you then, Faye