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Today: Tuesday 1st May

Are Britain's borders fit for purpose? Who is ahead in the local elections? Should ISP's block Pirate Bay? And John Peel's widow explains why she's putting his mammoth record collection online.

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0615
Business news with Simon Jack, on Europe's largest hedge fund facing its critics.

0709
Steve Hewlett, of Radio 4's the Media Show, on the future of James Murdoch at News International

0712
Conservative MP Nigel Mills gives his view on the row over Heathrow airport's waiting times.

0716
Business news with Simon Jack

0718
Marine Le Pen of France's far right Front National party is to announce her voting intentions for the second round of the presidential elections. Chris Morris reports on the impact this will have on Sarkozy and Hollande's campaign.

0722
Can you compete under pressure? Andy Lane, professor of sports psychology at the University of Wolverhampton, on the online BBC test that aims to be the biggest ever study of the psychology of pressure.

0731

Who is responsible for content on the internet? Claire Perry MP, chair of the Internet Porn Inquiry and Nicholas Lansman of the Internet Service Providers (ISP) Association, debate the ISP ban on file sharing website Pirate Bay.

0740
The paper review

0742

Peter Bergen, national security correspondent of CNN, speaks to Jim Naughtie about his book, Manhunt, about the search for Osama Bin Laden.

0747
Thought for the Day with the Reverend Joel Edwards - International Director of Micah Challenge

0750
The BBC's Brian Taylor and Betsan Powys, and Prof John Curtice of Strathclyde University run round the course of the local elections held this Thursday.

0810

Willie Walsh, head of international airlines group, and Immigration Minister Damian Green debate the controversy over the queues at Heathrow airport border control.

0820

Part of John Peel's extensive record collection is being put online. Rebecca Jones reports.

0826
Sports news with Garry Richardson

0832

Dr James Flanagan, the Breast Cancer Campaign scientific fellow at Imperial College, London, and Prof Nessa Carey, author of The Epigenetics Revolution, discuss the new research that has uncovered evidence that molecular changes in a gene can be associated with breast cancer risk.

0839
Do aid agencies really have a policy never to pay ransoms? The BBC's Mike Thomson has been investigating.

0842
Business news with Simon Jack

0846

Potentially deadly caterpillars covered in thousands of poisonous hairs are invading Britain, according to the Daily Mail. Tony Kirkham, head of the arboretum at Kew Gardens, explains the risk.

0850
How well will Labour perform in the local elections? Mike Sergeant reports from Harlow in Essex, a Labour stronghold until 2008.


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