Insight, analysis and expert debate as key policy makers are challenged on the latest news stories.
Monday's running order
With Justin Webb and Evan Davis.
BBC trials Instagram news service for 15-second bulletins
Prince secret gigs attract 'devoted fans'
Bronze medallist Jenny Jones 'just proud to be at Winter Games'
Provisional running order
Subject to change.
Business with Simon Jack.
- Investigations have been launched after a report that thousands of confidential files containing Barclays Bank customers’ details had been stolen and sold. Chris Wheeler, banking analyst at Mediobanca, analyses.
- James Clunie from Jupiter Asset Management has said that the threat of Scottish independence is already having an effect on investments. Mr Cluney explains.
The profit margins made by the "Big Six" energy companies when supplying gas are much higher than previously thought, the energy secretary has said. The BBC’s John Moylan gives us the details.
The Home Office has suspended English language tests run by a major firm after BBC Panorama uncovered systematic fraud in the student visa system. The BBC’s Richard Watson explains.
The paper review.
Private companies are finding that many of the biggest NHS contracts, up for review this year, are being rolled over rather than tendered. The BBC’s Sanchia Berg takes a look.
Louise Ramsay from the Scottish Wild Beaver Group discusses what lessons can be learned from the beaver’s ability to build flood defences.
New research suggests that the introduction of a minimum price for alcohol would lead to a reduction in problem drinking. Dr John Holmes, from the Sheffield Alcohol Research Group, examines.
While much of the funding for the 2014 Winter Olympics has come from the Russian taxpayer, two multi-billionaires have also been heavy investors. The BBC’s Daniel Sandford speaks to one of them, Oleg Deripaska.
The profit margins made by the "Big Six" energy companies when supplying gas are much higher than previously thought, the energy secretary Ed Davey has said. He speaks to presenter Evan Davis.
The Home Office has suspended English language tests run by a major firm after BBC Panorama uncovered systematic fraud in the student visa system. The BBC’s Richard Watson discovers more.
A major new study on the gender and ethnicity of the top leaders in each of the FTSE 100 companies has revealed the lack of diversity at the top of our biggest businesses. Trevor Phillips, former chair of the Equality and Human Rights Commission, analyses.
A bid to save a young giraffe from destruction at Copenhagen Zoo has failed, and the giraffe was put down on Sunday morning. Stine Jensen, board member of Denmark's Organisation Against the Suffering of Animals, discusses.
Environment Agency chairman Lord Smith says his organisation has become a "political football" for a media story on flooding. Adrian Hardman, leader of Worcestershire County Council, examines.
The paper review.
Prince is still playing relatively small venues in the UK, including to 2,000 fans on Sunday at the Shepherd's Bush Empire. BBC Radio 1Xtra presenter Trevor Nelson and music journalist Simon Price discuss his return.
Thought for the Day with religious commentator Clifford Longley.
The Home Office has suspended English language tests run by a major firm after BBC Panorama uncovered systematic fraud in the student visa system. Home Secretary Theresa May speaks to Justin Webb.
Environment Agency chairman Lord Smith says his organisation has become a "political football" for a media story on flooding. He speaks to presenter Evan Davis.
The BBC is trialling a new Instagram news service, called Instafax, to deliver 15-second news bulletins. John Crace, creator for the Guardian's Digested Read, and Helen Lewis, deputy editor of the New Statesman, discuss.
Vice President of the European Commission Viviane Reding discusses the UK's relationship with the EU and the debate surrounding freedom of movement.
The number of people diagnosed with diabetes in the UK has increased to more than 3.2 million, according to figures released by Diabetes UK. Raga D’Silva, who was diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes 18 months ago, and Baroness Barbara Young, chief executive of Diabetes UK, analyse.
Business news with Simon Jack. The energy sector, along with the retail sector, have been named as the most complained about sector in the UK. Lewis Shand Smith, chief ombudsman at the Ombudsman Service, explains.