The Treasury and Bank of England have announced a major new plan to help high street banks lend more to businesses and consumers. London Mayor Boris Johnson explains what is being done to tackle gang violence and crime in the capital. And also on Today's programme, how judges are to be trained to become more streetwise.
Last month, a nine-year-old schoolgirl started a blog about her school dinners. Now the school has told her she can no longer take photos of the dinners, making it hard for her to continue the blog.
Her father David Payne explains what happened.
0742 More than a hundred presidents and prime ministers are set to gather in the Brazilian city of Rio next week for a summit which aims to find ways of achieving economic growth without damaging the environment. The BBC's David Shukman reports from Romney Marsh in Kent, where a contest between human and nature is under way.
0746 Thought for the day with the Bishop Tom Butler.
0842 After all the investment by the FA to try to get the England football team to play the beautiful game beautifully, has the team finally got a manager who knows how to play to get results? Former England goalkeeper David James gives his thoughts.
0845 The BBC's Chris Morris reports from Athens, on the rise of the extreme right in Greece, ahead of the general election recall in two days time.
0850 Andrew Rawnsley of the Observer and Anne McElvoy of the Economist debate David Cameron's performance at the Leveson inquiry into press standards.
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