The chancellor George Osborne speaks to Evan Davis on the eurozone crisis and its impact on the UK as David Cameron heads to Berlin for a meeting with Angela Merkel. Opponents of the Syrian president say his militia have carried out a massacre of more than eighty civilians. And also on Today's programme, science fiction writer Brian Aldiss pays tribute to author Ray Bradbury.
0713 The president of the National Farmers Union, Peter Kendall, has ignited a row by suggesting we could produce a lot more food by creating some much larger, more efficient farms called super-farms. He debates his idea with Ben Stafford from the Campaign to Protect Rural England.
0718 Business news with Simon Jack.
0721 It will take a few days before the full extent of the outbreak of Legionnaires' disease is known as the disease can take days to incubate in someone who is infected. Hugh Pennington, emeritus professor of bacteriology at the University of Aberdeen, gives his view on the situation.
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