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Millions of patients in England wait a week or longer to be seen by their GP surgery, official NHS figures reveal. Maureen Baker, chair o...
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Business news with Justin Rowlatt.
A look at how the pound has
strengthened across 2013 with Jeremy Stretch, head of foreign exchange strategy
at Canadian bank CIBC.
Legal and General chief
executive Nigel Wilson discusses whether the answer to the UK housing shortage
is for pension funds and insurers to invest in new homes.
pioneer and codebreaker Alan Turing has been given a posthumous royal pardon.
Human rights campaigner Peter Tatchell speaks to presenter John Humphrys.
and Northern Ireland are preparing to bear the brunt of the latest storms to
hit the UK, following widespread damage and travel chaos. The BBC’s Dan
Johnson and Jo Black report.
Business news with Justin Rowlatt. Former BlackRock
investment manager Prof Bernard Lee analyses the role of sovereign wealth funds
in the current global economy.
of patients in England wait a week or longer to be seen by their GP surgery,
official NHS figures reveal. Maureen Baker, chair of The Royal College of
General Practitioners, examines.
As new details emerge of alleged ethnic killings committed in South Sudan
during more than a week of violence, Hannah McNeish, a freelance
reporter in the capital Juba, discusses whether a civil war has already begun
in the country.
The paper review.
Thought for the Day, with Bishop
Computer pioneer and codebreaker Alan Turing has been
given a posthumous royal pardon. Prof Barry Cooper, author of Alan Turing: His Work and
Impact, discusses; plus Baroness Trumpington speaks to Today’s John Humphrys.
Has the ‘thank you letter’ been overlooked in modern
times, replaced by texts and social media? Simon Garfield, author
of To The Letter, and social media user Sophie Gadd discuss.
five Northern Ireland Executive parties held round-table talks on 23 December
to discuss proposals for dealing with parades, flags and the past.
Jeffrey Donaldson, the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) MP for Lagan Valley,
Business news with Justin Rowlatt. In the past year, the
price of gold has fallen by nearly a quarter. Marcus Grubb, investment director
of the World Gold Council, analyses what will happen in 2014.
John Humphrys takes to the chair for a special Mastermind,
quizzing a panel of BBC journalists.
details are emerging of alleged ethnic killings committed in South Sudan during
more than a week of violence. Santo Loku Pio, the Bishop of Juba,
speaks to presenter Justin Webb.
Canon Rosie Harper and Giles Fraser, broadcaster and parish
priest, discuss the Midnight Mass.
Today visits 100 constituencies before the General Election polling day on May 7.
Tell us what you think politicians should be focusing on in this election.