Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith explains how the prime minister wants the welfare system to change. Egypt's new Islamist president has sought to reassure Christians and women that they have nothing to fear from his government. And also on Today's programme, was there really a plot to try to blackmail Ted Heath into working for the Czech secret service?
0615 Business news with Simon Jack, on RBS banking group's announcement that it will extend opening hours for another day in a bid to get on top of a computer glitch.
0741 England lost to Italy on penalties after extra time last night in the quarter final of the Euro 2012 football championship. Henry Winter of the Daily Telegraph and Alyson Rudd of The Times discuss England and the history of failed penalty shoot-outs.
0746 Thought for the day with John Bell of the Iona Community.
0750 A year and a half after a revolution ousted Hosni Mubarak as Egypt's leader, the country's first democratically-elected president has been announced - Mohammed Mursi of the Muslim Brotherhood. Kevin Connolly reports from Tahrir Square and Mona Makram-Ebeid, former Egyptian MP, shares her thoughts on the what the outcome of the election means for the future of the country.
In the mid-1970s, a book came out which said a failed attempt had been made in the early 1960s to blackmail Edward Heath, then a Conservative Cabinet minister, into working for the Czech Secret Service.
The BBC's Gordon Corera has been investigating.
0842 Heptathlete and gold medal hopeful Jessica Ennis speaks to Evan Davis about her preparations ahead of the Olympics.
0846 There were huge crowds in Tahrir Square in Cairo again last night celebrating the election of the Muslim Brotherhood's Mohammed Mursi as president. Middle East editor Jeremy Bowen shares his thoughts on what this means for Egypt's future.
0849 Business news with Simon Jack.
0852 What should individuals expect from the state, and vice versa? Graeme Cooke, associate director at the think tank IPPR and Sheila Lawlor, director of Politeia, debate the welfare state.
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