The UN Security Council meets today to consider its next steps to address the crisis in Syria, after its envoy Kofi Annan said the country had reached a tipping point. The Nobel Prize winning economist Paul Krugman talks to Evan Davis about austerity and growth. And also on today's programme, how our views on royalty have evolved since the 1980s.
0717 The Advertising Standards Authority is 50 years old today and to celebrate it is putting out a list of the ten most complained about ads. Graham Hinton, chairman of the ad agency Splash Worldwide, gives his view on the power of offensive ads.
0751 A group of MPs is suggesting that there should be self-esteem lessons in school as they believe kids as young as five worry about their size and appearance. Lib Dem MP Jo Swinson and head teacher Sean O'Regan debate the issue.
0832 The universities claim that Britain stands to lose billions of pounds of exports as a result of the government's immigration crackdown. Nicola Dandridge, CEO of Universities UK, explains why they are urging the government to take students out of the immigration figures.
0845 After months of intense campaigning, the former governor of Massachusetts, Mitt Romney, has finally secured the Republican nomination for this November's presidential election. The BBC's Paul Adams has been finding out what Mormons themselves make of this moment.
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