The government is to release a draft energy bill that should lead to more nuclear power stations being built in Britain. Women over the age of 40 and same sex couples could be offered IVF fertility treatment on the NHS in England and Wales. And also on Today's programme, mountaineer Kenton Cool on climbing Everest and the conditions which caused one of the worst days in the mountain's history.
0733 The upper age at which women should receive IVF on the NHS is being increased from 39 to 40-42. The chief executive of Nice, Sir Andrew Dillon, and Justine Bold, a woman who's spent more than £33,000 on fertility treatment at 43, debate the changes.
0740 The paper review.
0744 Scientists have come up with an unusual way of monitoring water pollution using a robotic fish. Science correspondent Rebecca Morelle reports from northern Spain.
0747 Thought for the Day with Canon Angela Tilby of Christchurch Cathedral, Oxford.
The bill is expected to outline long-term contracts to encourage investment in nuclear and renewable energy. Tim Yeo, chairman of the Energy and Climate Change Select Committee, and Energy Secretary Ed Davey talk about the proposed reforms.
0836 The schools watchdog Ofsted has produced a report saying that most children are not being taught maths as well as they should be. Jane Jones, the author of the report, comments on the findings.
0840 Business news with Simon Jack.
0843 After 17 years, telecommunications company Orange have announced they will no longer sponsor the Women's Prize for Fiction. Novelist and prize co-founder Kate Mosse gives her view on whether we still need the literary prize.
0847 Kevin Connolly reports from Egypt, where ahead of the presidential elections, voters are embracing discussions about once-taboo subjects like the power of the army and political satire.
0852 Dr Doug Parr, head of policy at Greenpeace, and Lucy Darch, energy director at uSwitch, debate the UK's energy policy.