Share this with
Quentin Letts asks how much Britain benefits from a national collection of art.
Mo Farah has challenged Usain Bolt to a
charity race over 600 metres. Alan Wells, former Scottish and British
multi-title winning athlete, and Liz Yelling, a British long-distance runner, discuss who is likely to win.
"Are you up for that?" Farah urged Bolt. "Come on, you've got to do it. Let's get it on." And Bolt, not the kind of man to duck a challen...
Twenty-two law firms used private investigators convicted of illegally obtaining information, the Home Affairs Select Committee have said. Home affairs correspondent Tom Symonds reports and Keith Vaz, who chairs the committee, outlines the action that he wants to take.
Twenty-two law firms commissioned work from four private investigators convicted of illegally obtaining private information, MPs have sai...
Business news with Simon Jack.
President Robert Mugabe has said he will quit after 33 years in power if he
loses Wednesday's election. Lord Malloch Brown, former minister of state for Africa, and Roy
Agyemang, director of the film
Mugabe: Villain or Hero?, examine whether the elcetion will be free and fair.
Zimbabweans have begun voting in a presidential election that has already been hit by allegations of fraud.
Zimbabweans go to the polls on Wednesday to elect a president and parliament, in an election that will mark the end of the troubled coali...
A number of soldiers have told the Today
programme that they find themselves barred from pubs and restaurants and they
say it’s getting worse. A Labour MP is suggesting there should be legislation
to protect soldiers. Sir Simon Wessely, director of Kings College London's
centre for military research, and Mark Francois, Minister of State for Defence Personnel Welfare and Veterans, discuss whether legislation should be imposed.
Recent polls have revealed that members of the Armed Forces still suffer abuse and discrimination in Britain - despite many having fought...
The Dead musicians Michael Jackson and Freddy
Mercury, two of the greatest performers of their generation, are about to
release three songs they sang together. Broadcaster
Paul Gambaccini, and Laura Barton, a music journalist with the Guardian, discuss the news.
Julian Assange, founder of Wikileaks, has said the conviction of US Army
Private Bradley Manning on spying charges is a "dangerous precedent".
General Jack Keane, former vice chief of staff of the US Army, and Geoffrey
Robertson, a human rights barrister, give their opinion on the case.
Julian Assange, founder of the anti-secrecy organisation Wikileaks, has said the conviction of US Army Private Bradley Manning on spying ...
The diary of MSF doctor Erna Rijnierse aboard a rescue ship in the Mediterranean.