A big investment at the Vauxhall car plant at Ellesmere Port in Cheshire will save more than two thousand jobs and create hundreds more. Former chancellor Lord Lamont gives his view on the dangers of a breakup of the eurozone. And Simon Cowell speaks to Jim Naughtie in an exclusive broadcast interview.
0615 Business news with Simon Jack, on Facebook's announcement of its public share price.
0709 The European Central Bank has stopped lending to some Greek banks on favourable terms in the light of the political crisis in Athens. The BBC's Athens correspondent Mark Lowen has been finding out what the Greeks are doing to safeguard their savings.
0715 The BBC's Science Editor David Shukman ventures out to the stormy waters off the Orkney Islands where a new system for harnessing tidal power is being tested.
Felix Kuehn, who co-collated the anthology, and Colonel Richard Kemp, former commander of British forces in Afghanistan, discuss the ethics of such a publication.
0826 Sport news with Garry Richardson.
0830 General Motors has signalled that the Ellesmere Port factory in North-West England will be saved, along with 21,000 jobs. Former Chief Operating Officer Sir Nick Scheele talks about the reasons behind the success of the plant.
0836 All eyes are on Greece, but what are the circumstances that created the euro crisis? Business editor Robert Peston discusses the causes.
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