Let's start with some Olympic news. From today, would-be spectators can register online to join the race for tickets. But just how fair is the booking system to Londoners who, let's face it, are taking the brunt of the cost of the Games full in their tax-paying faces?
Eight million tickets are available for the Olympics with two million for the Paralympics. But not only do we not get any preferential booking perks, we don't yet know how much we'll have to pay, oh..and you're not guaranteed a ticket anyway!? I feel an in-depth Simon Harris report coming on.
We'll have the latest on the B.A. strikes - how glad am I that I booked a city-break to Rome at the end of this week with the flag-carrying airline? Best I coment no further, I think!
More info on the People's Millions and a frightening report that says the air quality in parts of the capital is the worst in Europe.
Finally, you may remember the story we brought you a few weeks ago - a teenager's touching musical tribute to her mum who died of cancer. 16 year old Sarah Phillips, recorded a version of Paolo Nutini's "Autumn" on her mobile phone. It became an internet sensation when it was posted online with home video footage of Sarah's mum. The family have decided to release the song as a single to raise money for a cancer charity and it'll be available to download. What do you reckon? Anyone fancy having a hand in making her number one?
See you at six.
Matt and Katie
Any views or opinions are solely those of the author and do not necessarily represent
those of Independent Television News Limited unless specifically stated.
This email and any files attached are confidential and intended solely for the use of the individual
or entity to which they are addressed.
If you have received this email in error, please notify email@example.com
Please note that to ensure regulatory compliance and for the protection of our clients and business,
we may monitor and read messages sent to and from our systems.