Who's this? Here's a clue - five letters. The detectives amongst you will have already have guessed the identity of this crossword fanatic. We'll be hearing from his creator later in the programme. And that's all the clues you're getting for the time being.
First though, we hear from one group which is feeling particularly unfairly treated in the current round of benefit cuts. We're awaiting more details about the coalition's programme of welfare reform later this week but one measure which was very clearly announced in George Osborne's comprehensive spending review speech was that people who are either in hospital or living in residential care would no longer receive the mobility component of Disability Living Allowance or DLA. Sense - that's the charity which represents the interests of people with the dual disabilities of blindness and deafness - says this will have a particularly unfair impact on some of their clients who live in care homes and who use the mobility component of DLA - the upper rate of which stands at just under £50 a week - to achieve their independence by helping with their travel costs. Well we'll be hearing more from Sense and the government's response in a moment. But first, Joe Coffin showed our reporter Mani Djazmi around the residential care home where he's lived for the past seven years.