The credit ratings of 16 Spanish banks have been downgraded because of concern about the country's recession. David Cameron is launching a new scheme that awards vouchers to parents. And also on today's programme, Sacha Baron Cohen on his new film The Dictator, in his first ever broadcast interview as himself in the UK.
0615 Business news with Simon Jack, on the rating agency Moody's downgrade of 16 Spanish banks.
0709 A report published by the National Audit Office into the creation and sale of Northern Rock reveals that the government is likely to lose £2bn overall by the time all the assets are wound down. The BBC's business editor Robert Peston has the details.
Justin Webb is in Madrid and has been speaking to the Spanish finance minister.
0736 The paper review.
0740 The ancient Greek sculpture, Discobolus, epitome of the Olympic spirit, is going back on show at the British Museum after four years on display at foreign museums. Dr Ian Jenkins, senior curator at the British Museum, explains the history of the sculpture.
0743 Sacha Baron Cohen speaks to arts editor Will Gompertz in his first ever broadcast interview as himself in Britain, to discuss his work and motivations, including the influence his Jewish faith has had on his career.
0748 Thought for the day with the Chief Rabbi Lord Sacks.
0752 The deal that saved the Ellesmere Port Vauxhall car plant has been accepted overwhelmingly by Unite members and both management and unions welcomed the deal. Cllr Alan McKie, staffing committee chair for Cheshire West and Chester council and Jack Dromey, shadow housing minister, give their view on whether there is a contrast in the way negotiations are happening in the private and the public sector.
Colin Parry is the father of Tim Parry, one of the boys who was killed in 1993.
0837 Business news with Simon Jack.
0841 A Royal Navy warship and a US Navy supply vessel are among the ships searching for a missing fishing boat and its three-man crew off Portland on the Dorset coast. Laurence Herman reports.
0843 In less than a week from now, Egyptians will go to the polls to choose the first freely elected civilian president in their history, but who will they choose? The BBC's Kevin Connolly reports.
0848 Shakespeare wrote 37 plays and they're all being performed at the Globe Theatre in London as part of the cultural Olympiad, in different languages. Pakistani actress Nadia Jamil, who is playing Katherine in an Urdu version of Taming of the Shrew, speaks to John Humphrys.
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