A rundown of stories from Monday 3 June including programme highlights and comment.
Insight, analysis and expert debate as key policy makers are challenged on the latest news stories.
Monday 3 June
Members of the House of Lords have been accused of using their positions to make money out of lobbying, breaking rules in the process. New research suggests children of richer parents have a better chance of a good education than poorer children. And who will be the next Doctor Who?
0900Our editors this morning were Adam Cumiskey and Sareen Bains. Coming up next on Radio 4, Allan Little presents Start the Week. Good morning.
If you are raped and you go to the police, how are you treated? What happens as they try to establish what happened? Dr Catherine White, clinical director a Sexual Assault Referral Centre called St Mary's in Manchester, and Juliet, who was referred there after she was raped, discuss the case and treatment that people who have been raped receive.
Fraudsters have found a way of getting hold of your bank details by skimming them from the new so-called contactless debit cards. Martin Emms, research associate at Newcastle University, and Richard Koch, a former management consultant and entrepreneur, discuss the level of the threat.
The Hollywood actor Michael Douglas has said in the Guardian this morning that the throat cancer which nearly killed him was caused by giving oral sex. Dr Kat Arney, developmental biologist from Cambridge University, and Susan Quilliam, an agony aunt and author noted for bringing systemic psychology to a mass audience, discuss the claims.