The European Central Bank is meeting today to decide how to curb Spain and Italy's borrowing costs. There has been a surge in the numbers of anti-depressants being prescribed in the UK, according to the NHS. And also on today's programme, who are the people the London Mayor calls the Olympo-Gloomsters?
0719 Many Londoners have heeded the advice to avoid travelling to central London and stayed away, research group Experian says. Nicola Stanbridge speaks to Dutch supporters camped in East London about whether visitors seem to be more interested in sporting rather than tourist attractions.
0743 Praise has poured in for cyclist Bradley Wiggins and rowers Helen Glover and Heather Stanning after they scooped Britain's first gold medals of 2012. Sport editor David Bond looks back at yesterday's five medals for Team GB.
0747 Thought for the day with the Reverend Lucy Winkett, Rector of St James Piccadilly.
Everyone should be charged a small fee to get a plastic bag with their shopping, according to a group of environmental pressure groups. Samantha Harding, of the Campaign for the Protection of Rural England and Judith Holder, author of Grumpy Old Women,
discuss how high the fee could become.
The European Central Bank is meeting to decide how to cut Spain and Italy's borrowing costs. Robert Peston has more details and Christian Schultz, senior economist at Berenberg Bank, and Paul Mortimer-Lee, of BNP Paribas,
debate what needs to be done.
0820 Russian President Vladimir Putin is to make his first trip to Britain for seven years when he arrives on an unofficial visit. Diplomatic correspondent Bridget Kendall gives her analysis ahead of the visit and Sergei Markov, adviser to President Putin, explains what is likely to be discussed when Mr Putin meets David Cameron.
0826 Sport news with Rob Bonnet, live from the Olympic park.
Big changes are being planned in the way less financially able people get council tax benefits, with critics saying some of the most vulnerable people will be worse off because of them. Labour peer Baroness Hollis and local government minister Bob Neill
debate the changes.
0840 The BBC's Lyse Doucet reports on a refugee camp on the Jordanian border to Syria as intense fighting continues in the city of Aleppo.
0845 Business news with Dominic Laurie.
0848 The British Film Institute takes a poll of movie critics around the world to come up with a list of the "greatest films ever". Since the 1960s, the top title has always been the 1941 classic Citizen Kane. Arts reporter Vincent Dowd reports on what has caused it to lose its crown.
0855 A report titled How New York Won The Olympics claims that it is the enormous preparations that go into preparing an Olympic bid that count rather than hosting the Games themselves. The author Mitchell Moss explains his findings.