- Can you have a democratic coup? Duration: 04:50
- Adam Curtis teams up with Massive Attack Duration: 04:24
- Gove encourages 'Gwynne's grammar' Duration: 04:04
- Hague: We must work with majority will in Egypt Duration: 10:01
- Norman Bettison referred to IPCC Duration: 03:55
- Protesters celebrate Morsi ousting Duration: 04:33
Insight, analysis and expert debate as key policy makers are challenged on the latest news stories.
In today's programme
Egypt's army has removed President Morsi from power, suspended the constitution and pledged to hold early elections. A former chief constable has been referred to the IPCC over concerns about his dealings with the Stephen Lawrence inquiry. And how important is good grammar?
0900Our editors this morning were Heba Ayoub and Adam Cumiskey. Coming up next on Radio 4: In Our Time with Melvyn Bragg, who discusses the invention of radio with his guests. Thanks for listening.
The Egyptian military has moved into key sites in Cairo hours after its ultimatum passed for President Mohammed Morsi to resolve a political crisis. Ami Abou-Bakr, lecturer in politics, who specialises in Egypt at King's College London, and Dr. Eugene Rogan, lecturer in modern history of the Middle East at Oxford University, debate whether you can stage a democratic coup.
The British and Irish Lions' head coach, Warren Gatland, has been criticised for leaving Brian O'Driscoll out of the squad for Saturday's final and deciding test in Sydney. Carolyn Hitt, a rugby writer who is in Sydney, and Mihir Bose, a sports journalist, examine Gatland's reasons for his decision.
0845A secret recording of Rupert Murdoch has been released - in it he vents his anger at the police investigation into alleged phone-hacking and illegal payments to officials by journalists working for his media empire. The News Corp boss calls police "totally incompetent" and describes the treatment of journalists who had been arrested as a "disgrace". Presenter of Radio 4's Media Show Steve Hewlitt gives his analysis.