It has been revealed that the government will commit to cap the amount older people should pay for social care in England. What is an appropriate response to a terror threat? The false alert on a bus on the M6 begins the debate. Also on today's programme, with Andy Murray in the men's final, can he win?
0709 It has been revealed that the government will commit to cap the amount older people should pay for social care in England in reforms to be unveiled next week. While no final agreement has been made on how to fund it, there are calls for a cross-party consensus from all sides to decide on an affordable and sustainable system. The BBC's Alan Soady outlines the initial plan.
0711 Libyans go to the polls today. For many of the citizens of Libya, it will be the first time they have ever voted. Rana Jawad is the BBC correspondent in Tripoli.
0713 Calculating risks and estimating probabilities are extremely important and something that we are no good at, says Dr Dylan Evans in his new book, Risk Intelligence, How to Live with Uncertainty.
0718 The Labour MP, John McDonnell, has failed in his attempt to give Parliament a greater say in the appointment of the next governor of the Bank of England. His private member's bill was "talked out". The BBC's correspondent Mark D'Arcy reports.
He made up a story for her, a story that has since become one of the most famous children's stories ever. The Lewis Carroll Society and the Story Museum will be recreating the famous boat trip today. Chairman of the Lewis Carroll Society, Mark Richards and children's author, Cressida Cowell recount the famous tale.
0739 As the Syrian conflict rages on, there have been frequent warnings that it may spill over the borders into neighbouring countries. None is more likely to explode than Lebanon, where attitudes to the Syrian regime are the defining issue in the country's politics. The BBC's correspondent Jim Muir reports from Tripoli.
0744 The paper review.
0746 For years the word Timbuctoo came to symbolise some far-away magical place of which little was known. It is only recently that the town itself has been in the news because an Islamist group has been destroying its ancient shrines. But twenty years ago the novelist Tahir Shah heard about an American, Robert Adams the first white man to see the city which prompted him to write a novel called Timbuctoo. Mr Shah explains.
0750 Thought for the Day with ordained Buddhist, Vishvapani.
0844 Andy Murray has made it to the men's finals at Wimbledon. Chief sports writer of the Times, Simon Barnes and sports psychologist, Roberto Forzoni discuss his chances.
0850 The deputy speaker of the House of Commons said the bad-tempered debate over Barclays Bank this week was the worst he had ever seen. But does it matter if there are loud exchanges in the chamber? Rachel Sylvester of The Times and The Independent's Steve Richards debate.
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