Stock markets in Asia have reacted positively to a deal to pump up to a 100 billion euros into Spain's troubled banks. There's to be a big expansion of a scheme to help turn around the lives of some of the most troubled families in England. And also on Today's programme, why priests are rebelling against the Vatican.
0615 Business news with Simon Jack, on Spain declaring victory last night after securing a bailout for its banks.
0709 The news that eurozone leaders have agreed to lend Spain up to 100 million euros to save their banks from going under has cheered up financial markets around the world. Simon Jack and Europe editor Gavin Hewitt have the latest details and analysis.
0713 A £450m payment-by-results scheme is being introduced by the Department for Communities and Local Government to help councils deal with problem families. Lisa Harker, head of strategy at the NSPCC and an advisor to the last government on child poverty issues, gives her view on the new scheme.
0716 Business news with Simon Jack.
0720 Villagers from Pennal in Wales who had evacuated their homes on Saturday night because of the risk of flooding from a reservoir have been told it is safe to return home. Wales correspondent Hywel Griffith reports.
0744 Reports are emerging from Syria that this weekend has seen some of the fiercest clashes yet between opposition fighters and government forces. Dr Bassma Kodmani, of the Syrian National Council, gives her reaction.
0832 There have been more reports of violence in Syria over the weekend. The BBC's Paul Danahar reports from Damascus and Lord Williams, a former UN under-secretary general with responsibility for the Middle East, gives his thoughts on the latest news.
0838 Business news with Simon Jack.
0842 As the final week of campaigning begins for the re-run of the Greek elections, there is a chance that a radical left wing party which wants to tear up the austerity programme agreed with the EU and the IMF could snatch an unlikely victory. Europe Correspondent Chris Morris reports from the northern town of Kavala.
0855 Most adults in England and Wales want religious education to be compulsory in schools, according to a survey by YouGov. John Keast, chair of the Religious Education Council of England and Wales, and Father Tim Gardner, religious education adviser, debate.
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