A rundown of stories from Wednesday 13 March including programme highlights and comment.
Insight, analysis and expert debate as key policy makers are challenged on the latest news stories.
Wednesday 13 March
The government may consider abandoning the idea of a minimum price for alcohol. We speak to Vicky Pryce's solicitor about her recent trial. And what is the perfect temperature for an office? With Justin Webb and Sarah Montague.
The Sunday Telegraph and the Daily Telegraph are to merge – they will still be called the Daily and the Sunday Telegraph but behind the scenes the changes mean that same team will in effect serve both. Rosie Boycott, a former newspaper editor, and Tim Luckhurst, professor of Journalism at the University of Kent, discuss how this will affect the papers' journalism.
0851A row has broken out in Germany over a children's book. Die Kleine Hexe was published in 1957 and has been a best-seller ever since. The problem is that it uses the word "neger" - sometimes translated as negro but more often as the more offensive N-word. A father who emigrated to Germany from Eritrea - and read the book to his seven-year-old daughter - complained and a row ensued. MPs voiced their views. Stephen Evans went to meet the man at the centre of the row - and his daughter.
The environmental campaigner and broadcaster Professor Chris Baines will be giving the first ever David Bellamy lecture at Buckingham Palace today. Sarah Montague speaks to him.
The fate of tigers, some of the most endangered animals on the planet, is being discussed by delegates from more than 170 countries at a conference in Thailand. The BBC's science editor David Shukman reports from a tiger sanctuary in the country.