Stewart Maclean, the twittering deputy editor of Newsnight (pursued by a supportive retweet from Emily Maitlis), isn't just promising us Comrade Paul Mason tonight, he's also promising us "@Lupita_Nyongo on colourism".
Now, there's nothing I love more than colourism in art - Van Gogh, Gauguin, Matisse and the Fauvists, the German expressionists, etc - but I'm guessing, this being the BBC, that 'colourism' doesn't mean what I hope it means but, instead, has something horribly divisive to do with race and identity politics - a leftist agenda the BBC seems far, far too eager to indulge and even more fearful to challenge.
Colourism is the daughter of racism runs the headline prefiguring tonight's Newsnight on the BBC News website.
The BBC explains, "Colourism is prejudice against people who have a darker skin tone or the preferential treatment of those who are of the same race but lighter-skinned."
And, thus, on the BBC rolls with its endless identity politics stuff.
So, Emily, will you give Lupita a challenging interview tonight or a free ride to gripe?