The Church of England says plans to allow gay couples in England and Wales to marry will weaken the institution of marriage and undermine the church's role. EU ministers meet on Tuesday to discuss fishing policy. And also on Today's programme, Martin Amis on his latest book, and what he thinks of Roy Hodgson and Katie Price.
0713 More than 4000 members of the armed services are to be told they are being made redundant. Professor Michael Clarke of the Royal United Services Institute, the defence think tank, gives his reaction.
0716 Business news with Simon Jack.
0719 Posters declaring Britain is "great" - a place of "great design" - have begun to appear in the run up to the Olympic Games. But with the eyes of the world turning on Britain, what are we really proud of when it comes to modern life and what would we rather the world didn't look at too closely? Arts Correspondent David Sillito reports.
0831 In Moscow, tensions have been rising ahead of an anti-government rally due later today, and police yesterday searched the homes of several opposition activists seizing phones, computers, cash and even passports. The BBC's Steve Rosenberg reports from Moscow and Sergei Markov, a former advisor to Vladimir Putin, gives his view.
0839 The British Social Attitudes 2011 survey, published by the King's Fund, has found that public satisfaction with the NHS has suffered the biggest fall in one year since the survey began in 1983. John Appleby, chief economist at the King's Fund, and Dr Paul Hodgkin, chief executive of Patient Opinion, debate what this fall in public satisfaction can be attributed to.
0844 Business news with Simon Jack.
0847 Is the story of the rise of the Indian economic elephant over? Andrew North reports from Mumbai.
0851 In order to be happier we're often told to "think positively", but does that really work? Author and Guardian columnist Oliver Burkeman, and psychologist Ros Taylor, debate the question.