Chacma baboons have been living in South Africa for millennia, but in the last few centuries they've come into greater contact with humans as their natural habitat is being turned into prime wine country. They are forced onto vineyards to find food and have developed a palate for the sweetest, most expensive grapes. For more, we're joined by the BBC's Jack Izzard.
We've been checking in all morning with the gathering protestors in London the day before the G-20 summit. London is braced for a day of demonstrations ahead of tomorrow's summit of G-20 leaders. This morning anti-capitalist and climate change protestors converged on the financial heart of the city, while this afternoon an anti-war demonstration is expected outside the American Embassy. The organizers insist their protests will be peaceful, but windows at a Royal Bank of Scotland building and other shops have been smashed. We return once again to BBC reporter Jack Izzard who is on the scene.
Things are really heating up on the Group of 20 protest front. The streets around the Bank of England are filling up quickly with activists angered over the global financial crisis. We are checking back in with the BBC's Jack Izzard who is on the scene in London.
"The protesters have certainly done their homework. It's very well-planned, very carefully executed. But the police have done it too." —The BBC's Jack Izzard on protests at the G-20 summit
President Obama met with British Prime Minister Gordon Brown ahead of the G-20 conference in London this morning. While the leaders of the world are coming together to tackle the global financial crisis and to make new rules for the banking system, demonstrators are gathering in the streets. For a report from the frontlines of the protests we are joined by Jack Izzard from the BBC's Today program.
Watch the video below to see the protesters gathered in the London streets.