A security firm has apologised for leaving unpaid workers stranded in London during the Jubilee celebrations. Spain has admitted it may need help to shore up its troubled banking sector. And also on today's programme, does exercise really help depression?
0615 Business news with Simon Jack, on warnings from Spain that the markets are shutting them out.
0709 The European Commission is announcing plans which offer an alternative way of saving banks that run into trouble, which would put the onus on shareholders and bondholders instead of taxpayers. The BBC's Gavin Hewitt has more details.
0719 The government is attempting to become more transparent by publishing a large amount of data. Emma Mulqueeny, who works with young people on using data to tell them things about the world, explains how to be data savvy.
0744 Thought for the Day with Mona Siddiqui, Professor of Islamic Studies, New College, University of Edinburgh.
0747 The New York Times is reporting that a US plan to attack the Iranian uranium processing infrastructure was given the codename in Washington of Operation Olympic Games. Michael Clarke, director of the Royal United Services Institute, gives his thoughts on why such an odd name was chosen.
0818 The distinguished scientist Jocelyn Bell-Burnell, visiting professor of Astrophysics at Oxford University, who is giving a lecture at the Hay festival tonight on how poets down the years have responded to astronomical events such as the Venus transit, speaks to Jim Naughtie.
0822 A man in his 50s has died as the number of confirmed and suspected cases of Legionnaires' disease in an Edinburgh outbreak continues to rise. Chair of incident management team Dr Duncan McCormick explains whether the outbreak has been contained.
0838 Ian Anderson, front man and flute player in Jethro Tull, and John Giddings, European tour promoter for Live Nation, discuss whether big stadium gigs are worth the ticket price.
0848 A suicide bomber has killed at least 21 people in an attack on a hotel near the Afghan city of Kandahar, local police have told the BBC.
0843 Business news with Simon Jack.
0846 The leaders of China and Russia have begun three days of meetings in Beijing to discuss the conflict in Syria as well as issues ranging from Iran's nuclear programme and the pullout of western forces from Afghanistan. China Correspondent Damian Grammaticus reports on the increasing cooperation between the two.
0854 The song Rule Britannia is often heard at events where the Queen is present, but it seems the original spirit of the song might have been at odds with how it is used today. Oxford historian Oliver Cox explains the origins of the piece.
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