Iain Duncan Smith is on BBC's Question Time tonight. Don't expect any hard questions, however. It's clear from the line-up that the intention is to lead on the issue of Islam in schools. If you're thinking that it depends on what questions the audience ask, you'd be wrong. I was in a QT audience 10 years ago, and I don't suppose much has changed. The producers select those questions they want to use. However, since another panel member is Labour's Chris Bryant, who is the shadow welfare minister, there will probably be a discussion on employment. There's a useful summary on FullFact which could help with that.
Daily Mail has the right-wing response, but there's a very sensible article by Richard Murphy on the Tax Research UK site. There could be a lively argument on this, especially as Ian Hislop is also on the panel. I don't suppose for one moment that IDS will be asked about threats to shut down the Trussell Trust.
The programme will inevitably be a disappointment, but Twitter should be fun.