We have a packed lunchtime news round-up coming your way at 12.
James Maidment Fullard will be focusing on a potential extension to the Brexit transition deal. We'll be hearing from Dave Piper, Eddie Bridle, Lib Dem Brexit spokesman Tom Brake and Dr Matthew Mokhefi-Ashton, a lecturer in politics from Nottingham Trent University.
Kathy Betteridge from the The Salvation Army United Kingdom with the Republic of Ireland will be talking to us about #AntiSlaveryDay2018.
And if that wasn't enough to convince you to join us we'll also be speaking to Ruth Jackson about the importance of praying for our streets.
At 10 o'clock we'll be taking a look at some of the day's biggest news stories including the latest chapter in the book of Brexit.
At 12 we'll be hearing the thoughts of Heather Nicola Staff who'll be talking about whether there's a culture of bullying and harassment in Westminster.
AND James Maidment Fullard will be talking about Prisons Week. Until then, here's an excellent testimony from our friends at Message Trust who work in four prisons and young offenders' units across the North West.