Ministers are bracing themselves for a potentially damaging Commons defeat over plans for House of Lords reform. According to the charity the Joseph Rowntree Foundation, a family with two children needs to earn £37,000 a year to be "socially acceptable". And also on today's programme, the newly released film archive charting the changing role of the British pub.
0615 Business news with Simon Jack: European finance ministers have been meeting through the night to hammer out a deal to stabilise Spain's banking sector.
0709 Researchers at Imperial College have discovered that stroke patients who are admitted to hospital at the weekend are less likely to get the urgent treatment they need and have worse outcomes. William Palmer, who was the lead researcher, explains the findings.
0820 The British Film Institute has released a series of films which document in rare detail just how times have changed when it comes to the British pub, and the people who drink in them. The Today programme's Tom Bateman has been finding out more.
As Christian Fraser reports, the big topic will be the future of the euro and how to deal with the euro crisis.
0837 Business news with Simon Jack.
0840 Donald Trump's new golf course on the Aberdeenshire coast opens today amid strong controversy with the Scottish Wildlife Trust calling for a boycott of the course because of environmental damage. David Milne, who has a home on the Menie Estate where the golf course is situated, explains why he is fighting a campaign against it.
0845 A rare copy of the medieval laws of Wales goes to auction today, the first on sale in nearly a century. Hywel Griffith has been taking a look at the book.
0848 The Bank's Deputy Governor Paul Tucker was questioned by MPs yesterday, and the tone of the questioning raised doubts about the way he dealt with the banks over the scandal of the Libor rate being rigged. Hugo Dixon, founder and editor of Reuters Breaking Views, gives his reaction and analysis to Mr Tucker's appearance in front of the Treasury Select Committee.
0852 Peter Riddell, director of the Institute for Government, gives his analysis ahead of the vote on the House of Lords reform and its impact on the coalition.
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