1) Tonight's TV, The Trial of Tony Blair, sees Robert Lindsey return as the PM in a satire that examines Tony Blair's life after Downing Street, where he is handed over to a tribunal in the Hague that accuses him of responsibility for atrocities in Iraq. A Big Brother conviction for Guardian readers.
And the best bit about tonight's script? Blair's buddy Bush does not join him in court - they have written him into rehab, suffering from liver failure. They obviously think there was quite a bit of secret drinking during his time in the White House. I'll drink to that! Tonight, More4 10PM; 18 Jan, CH4 10PM
2) Today marks the opening of State Britain at Tate Britain. In a move that will no doubt grate the tabloid press; artist, Mark Wallinger, has re-created Brian Haw's peaceful Parliament Square protest for an indoor exhibition (as pictured here). Until 27 Aug.
3) Blair will seriously go on trial in April. Well, sort of. The Tricycle theatre is set to follow its stagings of the Stephen Lawrence inquiry, the Bloody Sunday hearings and the Hutton inquiry with a staged indictment of Tony Blair for a crime of aggression against Iraq. Get your tickets here now. 19 April-19 May.