Housing minister Grant Shapps discusses the new figures on affordable homes being built which, according to him show a "rapid and dramatic" increase in number. The unity of the coalition government will be tested today in a vote on whether the Culture Secretary, Jeremy Hunt, should be investigated over allegations that he breached the ministerial code. And also on today's programme, how a single mother took on a gang in South London - and won.
0615 Business news with Simon Jack, on the advertising giant WPP that is holding its AGM today.
0709 The information watchdog is re-opening its investigation into Google's admission that it gathered tons of data from private laptops without the users' knowledge. Peter Barron, Google's director of external affairs, gives his explanation on the issue.
0722 It will be confirmed by two water companies in the south of England today that they will lift their hosepipe ban. Richard Aylard, Thames Water's director of sustainability, explains whether this means the end of the drought.
0725 Leaders of what were once the two main parties in Greece have warned that a vote for the radical left in Sunday's general election could spell disaster for the country and mean leaving the eurozone. Chris Morris reports from Athens where the traditional parties are on the defensive.
0744 "Contemporary History" has become increasingly popular, with some school history lessons including events from the last decade. The Historian Peter Hennessy gives his view on whether it is possible to write a truly objective history of our own times.
0747 Thought for the day with the Right Reverend Graham James, Bishop of Norwich.
0750 The outgoing chief executive of the Financial Services Authority Hector Sants speaks to the BBC's business editor Robert Peston.
0840 The British Ambassador to Libya, Dominic Asquith, was attacked on Monday when his convoy was targeted with an RPG round which severely injured two bodyguards. Justin Webb speaks to him about the attack and about the wider picture of post-Gaddafi Libya.
0845 Business news with Simon Jack.
0848 The BBC's Caroline Wyatt reports on the anniversary today of 30 years since the UK retook the Falkland Islands. Max Hastings, who was the first Briton into Port Stanley after the liberation, remembers the historic day.
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