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Today: Saturday 12th June

David Cameron will discuss the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico with President Obama today. And England's footballers are preparing to play their opening match in the World Cup against the USA.

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England will play the USA today in the first game of their World Cup campaign. BBC Sports Correspondent Andy Swiss previews the crucial match.

Prime Minister David Cameron will discuss the Gulf oil leak with President Obama today. Journalist Rob Cox examines whether there is a growing anti-British feeling in the States about BP.

The world's largest offshore wind farm has almost been completed off Thanet, in Kent. BBC Correspondent James Shaw is on board the construction vessel, Resolution, which is putting up the last few turbines.

The paper review.

The Queen's Birthday Honours has been announced. BBC Correspondent Andrew Fletcher takes a look at the award recipients.

The death toll from violent riots in Kyrgyzstan's second-largest of Osh has risen to at least 45. The BBC's Edward Stourton, who has visited the country this week, reflects on Kyrgyzstan's Soviet legacy.

Sports news with Rob Bonnet.

It is a year since President Ahmadinejad's bitterly disputed re-election which sparked the Iran's Green Revolution. Tehran Correspondent Jon Leyne and Iranian journalist Masih Alinejad discuss the current atmosphere in the country.

Author Indra Sinha reflects on the conviction of seven people following the 1984 Bhopal disaster, where a leak of poisonous gas from a pesticide factory killed and maimed thousands of people.

The paper review.

Thought for the day with Catherine Pepinster, Editor of the Tablet.

Yasmine Smart, grand-daughter of the late circus supremo Billy Smart, to perform on village greens in an old wagon. Correspondent Jon Kay has been to find out why.

Earlier this week the coalition government invited the public to suggest ideas for cutting government spending. Chief economist at Policy Exchange, Andrew Lilico, outlines his views on saving £100 billion.

David Cameron is "frustrated and concerned" about the environmental damage caused by the oil leak and will speak to President Obama today. Business editor Robert Peston outlines the extent of BP's responsibility and former rail regulator Tom Winsor discusses the parallels between BP's travails and those of Railtrack.

A new book has been published which details the golden history of Fender guitars. The former Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr has been showing reporter Nicola Stanbridge his collection of Fender guitars.

England play the USA today in the World Cup in South Africa. Fitzrovia Radio Hour, who perform sketches of the 1940s and 50s, give their take on how three lions can beat Uncle Sam.

Sports news with Rob Bonnet.

The Queen's Birthday Honours list has been published today. Physicist Professor Brian Cox and the poet Simon Armitage give their reaction to receiving an award.

The paper review.

Prime Minister David Cameron said this week that he would not be sending any more troops to Afghanistan. Rear Admiral Christopher Parry and Conservative MP Adam Holloway debate how long British troops should stay there.

A horticulturalist from Essex has managed to grow more than 2,000 healthy English elms from an original tree. Tree surgeon Paul King explains how he achieved this.

The BBC's North America editor Mark Mardell visits Louisiana in search of its celebrated and controversial governor, the late Huey Long.

England will be playing the USA in Rustenburg in their first match of the World Cup campaign. The Telegraph's football correspondent Henry Winter and sportswriter Alyson Rudd preview the big match.



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