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Sarah Montague visits the museum of 19th century architect Sir John Soane, who turned his house into a permanent collection, to discuss the challenges faced by curators.
As many as 1.9 million working families could benefit from a tax-free childcare allowance worth up to £2,000 per child from 2015-6, ministers are to announce. Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg speaks to John Humphrys.
The bookseller Waterstones has decided to stop having separate sections for boys and girls in its stores. The journalist Bel Mooney told BBC Radio 4's Today programme that she "detests" the idea of making children's books gender specific. First broadcast on BBC Radio 4's Today programme on Tuesday 18 March.
Doctors say a double standard in organ donation in the UK is leading to the deaths of newborn babies in desperate need of a transplant. The BBC's James Gallagher discovers more.
Conservative party rules should be changed to allow Boris Johnson to stand in the party's next leadership contest, the London mayor's father has said. Speaking to Radio 4's Today programme, Stanley Johnson said it was necessary for the party to find an "appropriate system", given that the current model only allows MPs to stand for Tory leadership.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a decree recognising Crimea as a sovereign state, paving the way for it to be absorbed into Russia. Sir Malcolm Rifkind speaks to Sarah Montague.
Today visits 100 constituencies before the General Election polling day on May 7.
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