A rundown of stories from Thursday 25 April 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
One million schoolchildren in England are to be targeted by a measles vaccination plan as the threat of outbreaks continues to grow. GDP figures released later could mark the first time the UK has ever recorded a triple dip recession. And we reveal live the shortlist for this year's Turner prize.
0900Terry O'Neill and Lewis James were our editors today. Melvyn Bragg is up next with In Our Time. Good morning.
City of York Council will decide this afternoon if more than 600 homes should be built in a field where local historians believe the Battle of Fulford took place in 1066. Chas Jones, of the Fulford Battlefield Society and author of Finding Fulford, and Roger Bowdler, designation director English Heritage, discuss the uncertainty over whether the battle actually took place there.
0849Bulgarian and Romanian officials have appeared before the Home Affairs Select Committee to allay fears over possible immigration from their countries, when access restrictions are lifted. Bulgarian ambassador Konstantin Dimitrov and Paul Nuttall, deputy leader of UKIP, debate the implications of the ruling.
The shortlist for this year's Turner Prize is announced this morning. The BBC’s arts correspondent Will Gompertz and Declan Long, a member of the Turner Prize Jury and lecturer at the national college of art and design in Dublin, reveal the shortlist live.