Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt will face questions at the Leveson Inquiry today about his handling of News Corporation's bid for BSkyB. David Cameron's former head of communications, Andy Coulson, has been charged with perjury. And also on Today's programme, a rare interview with the abstract painter Sir Howard Hodgkin.
0709 Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt gets to put his version of events surrounding News Corporation and BSkyB today at the Leveson Inquiry. Steve Hewlett of the Media Show on Radio 4 gives his analysis of what Jeremy Hunt is likely to say.
0720 The number of patients spending more than four hours in Accident and Emergency in England has reached its highest level for eight years according to health think tank the King's Fund. John Appleby, the Fund's Chief economist, has more details on the issue.
0724 A thousand years after it became a place of worship, a church in a tiny North Yorkshire village faces no longer being open to congregations because the droppings from bats are causing a health hazard. The BBC's Nick Ravenscroft reports from Ellerburn.
0830 The Office of Fair Trading is to refer the whole of the motor insurance market to the Competition Commission because it says it is "dysfunctional" and that is costing drivers an extra £225m a year.
0850 A recent poll by BBC local radio suggested that three quarters of people wanted the monarch to keep the title "Defender of the Faith". As religious affairs correspondent Robert Pigott reports, the Queen has always believed that to be crowned as the monarch is also to take up a spiritual mission.
Declan Ganley, businessman and founder of the Libertas party, and Paschal Donohoe, member of the Dail for the Fine Gael party of the prime minister, debate what Irish voters will decide when they go to the polls today in a referendum on the European fiscal treaty.