The Business Secretary Vince Cable will announce refinements to his proposals to tackle excessive executive pay. The Wikileaks founder, Julian Assange, has spent the night at Ecuador's embassy in London, where he's applied for political asylum. And also on today's programme, the stories of eight people who lost their jobs at a shop in Birmingham in January.
0721 Julian Assange has spent the night at the Ecuadorian embassy in London after claiming asylum because he doesn't want to be sent to Sweden where he faces sexual assault charges. Helena Kennedy, a barrister and expert in Human Rights law who has given advice in the past to Assange's team, gives her thoughts on the situation.
0746 Thought for the day with Lord Singh, director of the Network of Sikh organisations.
0749 As rumours swept Cairo last night that the former Egyptian president, Hosni Mubarak, may have died, Middle East correspondent Kevin Connolly went to the hospital where he was being treated to speak to both his opponents and supporters as they gathered outside.
0818 Three significant cases to do with Article 8 of the Human Rights Act are coming up at the Supreme Court today, which is likely to say that there are circumstances when the rights of children are more important than the allegations. Julian Knowles, QC at Matrix Chambers and an extradition expert, gives his thoughts on whether Article 8 is being used by too many people to avoid deportation.
0833 Nick Clegg, the Deputy Prime Minister, spoke to Justin Webb just before he headed off to Rio for the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development which begins today.
0840 Business news with Simon Jack.
0843 For the first time ever, there could be a British winner at the Tour de France which begins in two weeks' time. Bradley Wiggins, a track cyclist turned road cyclist, spoke to the BBC's Tim Franks.