A rundown of stories from Tuesday 5 March including programme highlights and comment.
Insight, analysis and expert debate as key policy makers are challenged on the latest news stories.
In today's programme
The government says we're spending too much money on legal aid. Primary Schools will now need to make sure 65% of their pupils are reaching the expected level for English and Maths - until now it’s been 60%. And thousands of Britons are dying early because of bad lifestyle habits.
It's been 100 years since the Ancient Monuments Consolidation and Amendment Act which arguably gave birth to the heritage industry in this country. Dr Simon Thurley, chief executive of English Heritage and Robert Hewison, cultural commentator and author, of The Heritage Industry: Britain in a Climate of Decline discuss whether our idea of heritage has changed in recent years.
0850At least 250 children in the UK were helped by a unit set up to tackle forced marriages last year, with the youngest case involving a two-year-old. The Forced Marriage Unit gave advice or support in 1,485 cases in 2012, although it is believed many other forced marriages go unreported. We hear from Aneeta Prem, the founder of Freedom Charity, which supports people in forced marriages.
0845Justin Bieber was almost two hours late on stage at the O2 Arena last night, keeping thousands of young fans and their parents waiting.
Today is the first day of China's annual NPC - the National People's Congress. The BBC's Beijing correspondent, Damien Grammaticus reports and Editor of China Dialogue, Isabel Hilton gives her thoughts on whether the change in leadership to the next generation make this year more significant.