Paddington creator Michael Bond talks to Today
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With Evan Davis and Justin Webb.
HighlightsNick Clegg sets out how he intends to deal with Liberal Democrat peer Lord Rennard following allegations of sexual harassment.
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The paper review.
The Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg is set to launch the government's mental health strategy. The BBC’s Michael Buchanan brings us up to date.
Ukraine's President Viktor Yanukovych has agreed to negotiate with pro-EU protesters and opposition leaders after violent clashes in the capital Kiev. The BBC’s Daniel Sandford is in Kiev.
Business news with Simon Jack.
- China's economy, the world's second-largest, grew at its slowest pace in 14 years in 2013, latest figures show. David Wilder, from Market News International, analyses.
- A survey by Pinsent Masons has found that the vast majority of industry players believe it will be at least 10 years before UK shale gas exploration makes a significant impact on domestic energy supplies. Mike Pocock, energy and environment specialist at Pinsent Masons, discusses the findings.
UN chief Ban Ki-moon has invited Iran to take part in preliminary Syrian peace talks this week in Switzerland - an offer Tehran has accepted. The BBC’s Kim Ghattas reports.
Lib Dem peer Lord Rennard is bringing his party into disrepute by refusing to apologise over claims of sexual harassment, a former special adviser to party leader Nick Clegg has said. The BBC’s Ben Wright investigates.
The paper review.
Opposition leader Ed Miliband set out a plan yesterday for a Labour government to foster more competition in the UK, using consumer groups such as Which? to keep checking that competition in the UK is working effectively. Richard Lloyd, executive director of Which?, discusses.
As British troops are withdrawn from Afghanistan, the billions of pounds-worth of new equipment will be returning too, leaving a surplus in kit. The BBC’s Jonathan Beale discovers more.
In the next few weeks, the BBC will publish an independent report into the abuses committed by Jimmy Savile and the culture of the organisation at the time. Liz Dux, who represents 74 victims and is head of the abuse unit at Slater and Gordon, examines.
Lib Dem peer Lord Rennard is bringing his party into disrepute by refusing to apologise over claims of sexual harassment, a former special adviser to party leader Nick Clegg has said. The BBC’s Iain Watson explores the issue, before Lord MacDonald speaks to presenter Justin Webb.
The South Sudanese government has recaptured the town of Bor from rebels. The BBC's Mark Lowen reports.
Business news with Simon Jack. Kevin Burrows from PricewaterhouseCoopers analyses the rise in fines for banks over recent years, and where the money goes.
Former Labour minister Malcolm Wicks has revealed in his posthumous autobiography that he leaked information to save Labour’s 1974 child benefit scheme. Frank Field, who played a role in the leak, discusses.
Pollster Peter Kellner looks at the effects of Labour’s reaction to the government’s welfare reform, plus shadow work and pensions secretary Rachel Reeves announces a new policy.
The paper review.
A painting by Edouard Vuillard that was sold for £3,000 on eBay eight years ago, has been found to be part of a pair. Fake or Fortune? presenter Fiona Bruce discusses.
Thought for the Day with Canon Dr Alan Billings.
UN chief Ban Ki-moon has invited Iran to take part in preliminary Syrian peace talks this week in Switzerland - an offer Tehran has accepted. The BBC’s Bridget Kendall reports, plus the former state department spokesman PJ Crowley analyses the situation.
Lib Dem peer Lord Rennard is bringing his party into disrepute by refusing to apologise over claims of sexual harassment. Party leader Nick Clegg speaks to presenter Justin Webb, before Nick Robinson updates us on the latest.
The Rosetta Space probe has reached its destination and is to come out of hibernation. Today’s Tom Feilden discovers more.
The Labour leader Ed Miliband says he wants to promote competition and support consumers. Independent columnist Steve Richards and economist Professor John Kay debate.
The rapper Professor Green has recorded a programme for BBC Radio 1 about suicide and young people. Stephen Manderson, aka Professor Green, joins Today’s Evan Davis.
Business news with Simon Jack. The British Retail Consortium has published its latest retail crime survey. Julie Davies, who manages a crime reduction partnership, discusses.
The new sponsor for the Tate Modern's turbine hall is set to be announced. Will Gompertz brings us the result.
The papers are referring to the British monarchy as a “job share” between the Queen and Prince Charles. Royal historian Dr Kate Williams and Dr Vernon Bogdanor, professor of government at King’s College, debate.