Are Google's privacy changes fair? One in six councils in England are defying central government and raising council tax this year, according to a new survey. Are groups of activists becoming more effective than trade unions in forcing changes to government policy? Also on the programme, the enduring appeal of afternoon tea.
0615 Business news with Simon Jack, on a meeting by the International Swaps and Derivatives Association (ISDA) to decide whether a "credit event" has occurred in Greece which would lead to billions of euros worth of payouts on credit default swaps.
0653 A new group is being launched to highlight syphilis as a major cause of mortality in under 5's in developing nations and to promote a cheap testing and treatment system to try to prevent almost a million deaths every year. Professor Rosanna Peeling, of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, outlines the research.
0709 According to a survey by the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy (CIPFA), 15% of councils in England and Wales are defying the government's call for a freeze in council tax. CIPFA's Ian Carruthers explains their findings.
0713 David Rathband, the police officer who was shot and blinded by the former bouncer Raoul Moat, was found dead at his home last night. The BBC's Richard Thomas has the details.
0717 The business news with Simon Jack.
0721 A British company, Intelligent Energy, has built the first hydrogen fuel cell powered scooter. The company's chief executive Henri Winand explains how it works.
US photographer Eve Arnold was probably best known for her pictures of Hollywood stars like Marilyn Monroe, though she was equally acclaimed for her pioneering photojournalism documenting the lives of people around the world. Arts correspondent
Rebecca Jones reports
on a new exhibition of her work opening at the Art Sensus gallery in London.
0826 Sports news with Jonathan Legard.
0832 Britain has summoned Argentina's envoy to explain a minister's proposed boycott of British goods and a decision to stop two cruise ships from docking in the country, as tensions rise over the disputed Falkland Islands. Former senior American diplomat and co-chair of the American Task Force Argentina, Nancy Soderberg, explains why she is arguing that Britain and other nations should stand up to Argentina financially.
0837 The world's largest advertising group, WPP,
has announced an increase in profits of 20% to £1bn, and has confirmed that the company's headquarters may move to London. CEO of WPP Sir Martin Sorrell explains the results.
Support for independence in Wales is at 7%, rising to 12% if Scotland were to become independent, according to a BBC/ICM poll. Hywel Williams, Welsh historian and commentator, and Eurfyl ap Gwilym, economics advisor to Plaid Cymru,
discuss why support for independence is low in Wales.
0855 One of the greatest British architects of the 19th century and the man behind Big Ben, Augustus Pugin, would have been 200 today. Catriona Blaker, founding member of the Pugin society, and Rosemary Hill, author of God's Architect: Pugin and the Building of Romantic Britain, discuss his legacy.