An NHS watchdog has found hospitals are resuscitating elderly patients against their explicit wishes. An emergency meeting of the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva will discuss last week's massacre of civilians, including children, in Syria. And also on today's programme, remembering the man behind the bike of the 1970's, the Raleigh Chopper.
The iconic Raleigh Chopper bike, first put into production in 1970, is being fondly remembered after the death at the age of 85 of its designer Alan Oakley, whose funeral takes place today.
The Today programme's Tom Bateman reports.
0822 US photographer Annie Leibovitz has a new exhibition focusing on significant places of cultural history including Virginia Woolf's writing table and the gathering place of the Bloomsbury group at Charleston. Nicola Stanbridge went to meet her.
0844 They've been rehearsing this morning for the parade that will bring the Diamond Jubilee celebrations to an end on Tuesday. Captain Rory Spiller, adjutant of the Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment and one of those taking part, explains what we can expect from the parade.
0851 A week has passed since the massacre of civilians, including many children, in Syria. Rime Allaf, Syria expert and associate fellow at the Middle East and North Africa programme at Chatham House, gives his analysis of what lies ahead for the country.
How does the government pick itself up after a bruising week? Matthew d'Ancona, columnist for the London Evening Standard and the Sunday Telegraph, and Michael White, assistant editor of The Guardian, debate the question.
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