A rundown of stories from Friday 21 June 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
Jeremy Hunt discusses the Care Quality Commission's cover-up of its own failures in monitoring the bad performance of Cumbria hospital. A teacher who went on the run with a 15-year-old pupil has been found guilty of child abduction. And why the sound of foghorns is disappearing from our coastlines.
0900Our editors this morning were Adam Cumiskey and Jat Gill. Coming up next on Radio 4, Alexandra Shulman is Kirsty Young's castaway on Desert Island Discs. Have a good morning.
Has cheating always been part of completive sport or is it something that would have once been deemed as ridiculous? Mike Rowbotton, author of a book called Foul Play: The Dark Arts of Cheating in Sport, and Simon Hughes, a former cricketer and cricket analyst for the Daily Telegraph, discuss morality in sport.
At this week's G8 summit Vladimir Putin sometimes looking as if he was not really one of the club. On the subject of Syria, Moscow's take was very different from that of the other G8 members and there are many in the West who see President Putin's Russia as increasingly aggressive, argumentative and authoritarian. The BBC's Moscow correspondent Steve Rosenberg investigates how Russia sees the opinions held by west.
Mortality rates among people with diabetes are falling dramatically. Dr Lorraine Lipscombe, who conducted the research in the UK and Canada, to explains what was found and Dr Gerry Rayman, a consultant physician at Ipswich hospital and advises Diabetes UK, discuss the findings.