The government's strategy for improving internet broadband has been criticised as "misguided" by a parliamentary report. A top Chinese swimmer is at the centre of a doping controversy at the Olympics after an American coach suggested her performance could not have been achieved without performance-enhancing drugs. And also on today's programme, what the world might look like once there are ten billion of us living on it.
0615 Business news with Lesley Curwen: the US Senate Commerce Committee is to vote today on a bill that would make it illegal for American airlines to comply with a European Union law on carbon emissions.
0709 According to a committee of the House of Lords, the strategy to roll out broadband in the UK is the wrong one. Lord Inglewood, who chairs the House of Lords Communications Committee, and Liv Garfield, chief executive of BT Open Reach, debate the issue.
0725 Sport news with Rob Bonnet, live from the Olympic stadium.
0733 The Syrian city of Aleppo is enduring a ferocious battle between rebel forces and the Syrian army. The BBC's Richard Galpin and Sausan Ghosheh, spokeswoman for the UN mission in Damascus, give their analysis of the situation.
0752 A top Chinese swimmer is at the centre of a doping controversy at the Olympics after an American coach suggested her performance could not have been achieved without performance-enhancing drugs. Sport editor David Bond and the BBC's Martin Patience in Beijing, give their analysis of the situation.
0845 Who was Sgt. Talaiasi Labalaba, an SAS trooper who played a crucial role in the 1972 Battle of Mirbat? Pete Winner, one of his colleagues, describes a real-life hero the public know little about but who has been held in high esteem ever since he died in battle aged 30.
0850 Peter Cochrane, former chief technical officer at BT, shares his thoughts on the government's broadband strategy.
0855 Plans for overhauling the family court system in England and Wales are published this morning. Christina Blacklaws, director at the Cooperative Legal Services, and Sally Gore, family law barrister, debate the proposals.
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