Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan-Smith on measuring child poverty. Home Secretary Theresa May on the revised plan for online intelligence gathering. Also on today's programme, how gangs use their brands and their music to make money and intimidate their enemies.
0715 The system of electronic tagging of offenders in England and Wales is not working according to the probation inspectorate. Liz Calderbank, chief inspector of probation, explains what the problems are.
0718 Business news with Simon Jack.
0721 The strategy published by the government last year on mental health will be the focus of five hours of debate in the Commons today. The BBC's Philippa Thomas has been looking at some of the ways mental health care is changing within the NHS.
Tory MP Nicky Morgan and Chief Constable of Leicestershire Simon Coles, debate the issue.
0847 The character of scientist Michael Faraday, who discovered electromagnetism, is revealed in more than 5000 letters published in six volumes for the first time. Professor Frank James, the editor of the complete correspondence of the Victorian scientist, explains what they reveal.
0850 Business news with Simon Jack.
0853 The British ambassador to Libya was attacked on Monday -- his convoy targeted with a rocket propelled grenade which severely injured two bodyguards. The ambassador, Dominic Asquith, himself uninjured, describes the incident.
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