New Democracy have narrowly won the Greek general election, saying the country has chosen to stay on the European path. A parliamentary report is highly critical of the level of protection given to vulnerable children in care homes. And also this morning, the cows that listen to the Today programme.
0709 Europe editor Gavin Hewitt and French socialist MP Axelle Lemaire, give their reaction to the Greek and French election results.
0716 The government is to announce that it is spending a billion pounds on nuclear reactors to power a new generation of nuclear submarines. Armed Forces Minister Nick Harvey gives more details of the scheme.
0732 Once again the people of Greece have failed to give a single party the votes they need to form a government but there almost certainly will be a coalition and the government that results from it will support the terms of the bail-out deal imposed by the European Union. The BBC's Chris Morris reports from Athens.
0844 The crime-writer Julia Crouch, who has become the UK's first ever writer in residence on a train after she was commissioned to write a story on a train from London to Harrogate and back, and Andrew Martin who's author of the Jim Stringer novels, which feature a young railwayman turned policeman, discuss books and trains.
0850 If the US Supreme Court overturns Barack Obama's signature legislation on health care, and many think it will do exactly that in a ruling that has to come by the end of the month, some commentators believes it could cost him the presidential election. North America editor Mark Mardell reports.