The new French President and the German Chancellor have agreed to find a joint approach to resolve the eurozone crisis - Justin Webb reports from Brussels. One of the key figures in the Bosnian war, Ratko Mladic, is going on trial in The Hague. And also on today's programme, is it right that "insulting" someone is against the law?
0615 Business news with Simon Jack, on the news that yields on UK bonds hit record lows this week
0709 Former Greek foreign minister Dimitrios Droutsas gives his view on what needs to happen for Greece to stay in the Euro.
0714 After Rebekah Brooks and her husband were charged yesterday, she broke the news to the press and the couple came out and spoke to the media. Criminal barrister Claire Dowse gives her analysis of the case.
The BBC's Allan Little, who covered the Bosnia war for the BBC, reflects on the beginning of the trial.
0722 Business news with Simon Jack.
0725 The number of people over 65 receiving care that is paid for by their local council in England has dropped by 11% over the past two years. Richard Humphries, an expert in social care and local government at the Kings Fund, gives his view on the issue.
Riba's chief executive Harry Rich and Lesley Spellman, whose company the Clutter Fairy advises people on how to use their storage space to the best effect, discuss how to improve the situation.
0825 Sport news with Garry Richardson.
0830 Figures from the Labour party show a significant reduction in the number of older people in England having care fully funded by their local council. Liz Kendall MP, shadow care minister, gives her view on the issue.
0836 Conservative MPs are electing the executive of the 1922 committee of backbenchers. Ben Wright reports on growing tensions between older members and those in the most recent intake.
0840 Business news with Simon Jack.
0843 If Greece is thrown out of the euro, what are the historical precedents it can look to to help it handle the crisis? Dr Eurydice Georganteli is a lecturer at the institute of archaeology at the University of Birmingham.
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