Ukraine says its forces have retaken an airfield in the east of the country from pro-Russian gunmen. We have the latest from the scene. We also consider Russia's strategy and hear from a former CIA analyst, Larry Johnson, about the appearance of the head of the Agency in Kiev.
After the Chief Constable of West Midlands Police criticises the government's decision to appoint a former counter-terrorism chief to investigate claims that hardline Islamists plotted a takeover of schools in Birmingham, we hear from the former security minister, Baroness Neville-Jones.
Also, Iran complains to the United Nations after Washington refuses a visa for its new UN ambassador; the corruption scandal afflicting Ireland's police force; and landlocked Czechs' relationship with the sea.
Presented by Ritula Shah.