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Today: Friday 29th June

Northern Ireland's Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness speaks to John Humphrys about his meeting with the Queen. Barclays chief executive Bob Diamond has issued a defiant response to the growing calls for his resignation over the interest rate scandal. Also on the programme, how millions of pounds are being spent in the NHS to silence whistleblowers.

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0615

Business news with Simon Jack, with the latest on new measures emerging from the Brussels summit on the future of the eurozone.

0709
Heavy rain and flash flooding in north and central England has caused chaos. The BBC's Peter Harris and Richard Lister report.

0713

The Financial Services Authority has said many banks have been deliberately mis-selling loan repayment arrangements, so they end up costing a fortune and even driving some people out of business. Martin Wheatley of the FSA has more details.

0717
Business news with Simon Jack.

0720
This evening the US Secretary of State Hilary Clinton will have talks in St Petersburg with Russia's Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov. From Moscow, the BBC's Steve Rosenberg reports on Russia's view of the conflict in Syria.

0724
Sport news with Rob Bonnet.

0731

This programme has details of payments totalling £500,000 made to a senior NHS hospital manager attached to a confidentiality agreement so strict he cannot even talk about its existence. Andrew Hosken reports.

0740
The paper review.

0743
A report has been produced for the government by the Royal Society of Engineers and the Royal Academy of Engineers that says there are risks if fracking is not done properly. Professor Robert Mair, chairman of the committee which produced the report, explains the findings.

0748
Thought for the day with Catherine Pepinster, editor of the Tablet.

0752
Peter Hahn, of the Cass Business School, gives his analysis of the latest eurozone deal.

0754

Can anything change the culture of risk on banks' trading floors? Peter McNamara, former head of personal banking at Lloyds, and the economist and FT columnist John Kay, debate the issue.

0810
Former IRA commander and current Deputy First Minister for Northern Ireland Martin McGuinness discusses his meeting with the Queen and the future of Northern Irish politics.

0821

The Women's Library in East London has the oldest and most extensive collection of writing by women and about women in Europe and is facing an uncertain future. As the Today programme's Nicola Stanbridge reports, it needs a new home and if it cannot find one it will be split up.

0826
Sport news with Rob Bonnet.

0832
EU leaders look set to agree on a growth package for the struggling eurozone, but Italy and Spain want quick action to lower their borrowing costs. Europe editor Gavin Hewitt and Business editor Robert Peston report.

0838
Business news with Simon Jack.

0842
A preview of Gillian Clarke's new poem in honour of the inaugural Dinefwr Literature Festival in Carmarthenshire, which takes place this weekend.

0849
A former adviser to the prime minister, Lord Wei, is suggesting that people take part in a programme of National Retirement Service as a way of both coping with a big change in life, and helping society and the economy. Ben Wright reports.

0853

How much is enough wealth? The economist and historian Lord Skidelsky and his son Edward, a philosopher at Exeter University, who have explored that question in a book, debate the issue of wealth and morality.


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