The Home Secretary has angered police officers by saying the new Chief Inspector of Constabulary should be the man who led a controversial review of their pay and conditions. Is the UK government right to boycott Euro 2012?The UN's international envoy, Kofi Annan, has blamed the failure of his peace plan mainly on the Syrian government. Also on Today's programme, singer-songwriter Neil Young on the dark and violent themes behind his latest album.
0717 George Osborne has announced that he wants to see a further £10bn shaved off the welfare bill, but what universal benefits for the elderly are off limits? The BBC's James Landale reports.
0720 Nine million Chinese high school students will be taking their university entrance exam today. As John Sudworth reports from Shanghai, their future college, career and life prospects depend on the result.
0724 Theresa May is to announce plans to make forced marriage a criminal offence in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. Home Office minister Lynne Featherstone explains the decision.
0748 Thought for the day with the Bishop Tom Butler.
0750 It has been reported in the New York Times that President Obama authorised the use of the Stuxnet virus against an Iranian nuclear facility. Journalist and author Misha Glenny and Peter Sommer, professor of cyber security at De Montfort University, discuss whether we should be worried about the escalation of cyber warfare.
0822 It is 50 years since the end of National Service. The Today programme's Nicola Stanbridge has been talking to ex-conscripts with differing experiences and conclusions about the value of their time in uniform.
0850 Scientists in Sheffield believe they may have found the cause for "colony collapse", which wipes out whole bee hives at a time. Dr Stephen Martin, from the department of animal and plant scientists, explains what has been discovered.