Maybe it's time we all had a reality check, to look up from our screens, lose the masks we all wear online, and look at each other.
The Tonight programme assesses just how far Britain has come since the racist murder of Stephen Lawrence 20 years ago.
Julie Etchingham has spoken to Vatican insiders who have given her interesting details on the man chosen to lead the Roman Catholic Church.
There are no swing states and no polls - all we can do is to watch the chimney for the smoke and wait for the answer, blowing in the wind.
Who will follow in Pope Benedict's footsteps? Is it time for an African pope?
Prince Harry is about to step out of the anonymity of a uniform and back into the public glare, away from a life he loves.
The bitter but enthralling 2012 election has taken America down some down and dirty roads. Tonight, the country decides on the road ahead.
The Cooke’s experience at the hands of armed criminals are brought into sharp focus on ‘Tonight – In Self-Defence’ - at 7.30pm on ITV1.
In the US patients have found a controversial way of persuading people to donate a kidney, and the emotional appeals are coming to Britain.
As science keeps us younger for longer, the Tonight programme looks at how the prospect of putting off death affects our attitude to life.