Portuguese Bank In Crisis
As shares in one of Portugal's leading financial groups plummet twenty per cent, we hear a fairly upbeat message from former Employment Minister, Professor Pedro Martins.
Ben Lando - just back from Erbil in Kurdish administered Iraq - tells us how terror group ISIS is making $1-million per day smuggling stolen oil.
In New Delhi, Jyoti Malhotra, discusses India's budget; at Cornell University, Professor Bob Frank, talks economic inequality and The Nepotist - a band featuring his two sons, Hayden and Chris.
All that, plus the alternative World Cup that's overshadowing the football in France.