All the main news from the UK and around the world with Nicky Campbell and Shelagh Fogarty.
There's the latest on the shooting dead of two British tourists in Sarasota in Florida. The bodies of the men from Northampton and Warwick were found on Saturday.
In the first hour, former Southampton academy director Huw Jennings welcomes Tottenham's Gareth Bale being named as the PFA Player of the Year. Bale was a trainee at Southampton. Also, meet the Middletons. We speak to one of Kate Middleton's relatives, a trainee midwife, who's being profiled in a Channel 4 documentary.
There's controversy over the Christian cross in hour two. Should a Wakefield electrician have been told to stop displaying it on his company van's dashboard? Andrea Williams, director of the Christian Legal Centre and Evan Harris, the former Liberal Democrat spokesperson on equality discuss.
In the final hour, Stoke's assistant manager David Kemp and Chairman Peter Coates celebrate the club reaching the final of the FA Cup. And Nicky Campbell's trying to ban his daughters from, like, using the word like after every other word. Marie Claire, spokesperson for the Plain English Campaign, and John Ayto, editor of the Oxford Dictionary of Slang debate whether we should be concerned.