A rundown of stories from Friday 29 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 United Nations refugee agency says the number of people applying for asylum in industrialised countries has risen rose sharply. Surgery at a children's heart unit in Leeds has been suspended. And the first Thought for the Day from the new Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby.
Does the BBC understand religion? Freddy Gray, assistant editor of the Spectator, and Aaqil Ahmed, commissioning editor of religion and head of religion and ethics at the BBC, debate whether the BBC's religious coverage is lacking.
Harnessing the power of the sun is the only way to save the planet, according to Professor Tony Ryan who leads Project Sunshine. He explains that science can use the sun to fuel and feed the world.
Business news with Simon Jack live from Riga, in Latvia.
The United Nations refugee agency says the number of people applying for asylum in industrialised countries rose sharply last year, reflecting an increase in the number of conflicts around the world. Steve Evans, the BBC's Berlin correspondent, explains that Germany accepts a high amount of refugees, and Sir John Holmes former emergency relief coordinator at the UN and author of The Politics of Humanity, outlines the reasons behind the increase in numbers of refugees.