It's been almost 10 years since BBC correspondent Frank Gardener was attacked by militants in a Riyadh suburb. He was shot six times and left partially paralysed, while his cameraman was shot dead. Despite all this, tonight he's returning to the Saudi Arabian city for the first time since the attack, to explore how the country has so far avoided being affect by the wave of uprisings in the Arab world revolution. From fundamentalists clerics to alarming statistics, there's plenty to think about.