Drug company GlaxoSmithKline pleaded guilty to violations involving 10 drugs and paid a record fine of $3bn in the US. The brightest children are being let down by England's school system, a study for education charity the Sutton Trust says. And also on today's programme, the milk farmers dispute that is threatening to spill over into the Olympics.
0615 Business news with Simon Jack, looking ahead to the latest job figures in the US released later today.
0709 England is neglecting its brightest children, leaving them lagging far behind youngsters overseas, new research from the Sutton Trust suggests. Sir Peter Lampl, chairman of the Sutton Trust, explains the findings of the report.
0713 Drug company GlaxoSmithKline have had to pay a fine of $3bn (£1.9bn) in the United States because of the way they endorsed two anti-depressants. Sir Iain Chalmers, coordinator of the James Lind Initiative, shares his thoughts on the issue.
0716 Business news with Simon Jack.
The Church of England's ruling Synod begins a meeting in York today that could see it take the historic decision to create women bishops, breaking a tradition the Church traces back to the time of Jesus.
The BBC's Robert Pigott reports.
0742 The British Library is publishing four original recordings of Tom Stoppard's radio plays to mark the playwright's 75th birthday. The actor John Hurt, who played Albert in the 1967 BBC Radio production of Albert's Bridge, speaks to Justin Webb about the play and the playwright.
0747 Thought for the Day with Lord Harries of Pentregarth, Gresham Professor of Divinity.
0832 The Times has reported comments by the Education Secretary, Michael Gove, that some school governors are "local worthies" seeking a badge of status and the chance to waffle about faddy issues. Trevor Averre-Beeson, director of Lilac Sky Schools, and Emma Knights, chief executive of the National Governors Association, give their reaction.
0852 Reverend Rose Hudson-Wilkin, chaplain to the Speaker in the Commons, and Susie Leafe, a lay member of the General Synod, debate the Church of England's final vote - expected on Monday - on the creation of women bishops.
0856 Three leading UK charities have warned that the number of children living in vulnerable families will rise to more than a million over the next three years. Jonathan Portes, from the National Institute of Economic and Social Research, shares his thoughts.
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