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Tuesday 1 February 2011 at 10.30pm on BBC Two
Presented by Jeremy Paxman

Egyptian protesters are holding huge rallies in Cairo and other cities as they step up their efforts to force President Hosni Mubarak from power. Organisers have been hoping to bring one million people on to the streets of the capital - our correspondent Tim Whewell has been spending the day talking to those in the crowd, and will be joining us live.

Jeremy will be getting more analysis on the situation in the country from Foreign Secretary William Hague, and will be speaking to Prince Hassan of Jordan, where the government today was sacked en masse. He'll also be asking Professor Francis Fukuyama - who famously wrote about the end of history following the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989 - what this might all mean for democracy in the Middle East.

And we have a film about the protest movement, the English Defence League, as they prepare for what is likely to be their biggest demonstration to date this weekend in Luton. We'll also be hearing live from their leader, Stephen Lennon aka Tommy Robinson.

Do join us at 10.30pm on BBC Two for all that, and more.

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