The Bank of England is expected to react to the severity of the double-dip recession by lowering its growth forecast. Missiles have been fired by Egyptian forces in Sinai against suspected Islamic militants. And how old does a book have to be to be classed as a classic?
0747 Thought for the day with The Reverend Dr Michael Banner, Dean and Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge.
0750 Cyclist Sir Chris Hoy says Britain's success at the 2012 Olympic Games is "incredible". Craig Burn, chief executive of Scottish cycling, and cycling commentator Simon Brotherton discuss what the impact of the seven track cycling gold medals in London could be.
0818 What are the options for a retiring athlete? Emma Mitchell, performance lifestyle adviser for the English Institute of Sport, and the former triple jumper Ashia Hansen, discuss life after sport.
0824 The price of shares in British bank Standard Chartered has fallen sharply after financial regulators in New York accused it of hiding more than $250bn in illegal transactions with Iran. Economist Mehrdad Emadi gives his thoughts on whether the bank can move on from the issue.
0828 Sport news with Rob Bonnet.
0835 Amnesty International has published evidence of the weight of the Syrian government attack on Aleppo, using satellite imagery. Dr Scott Edwards, who oversees the satellite technology programme at Amnesty, describes their findings.
0839 Business news with Simon Jack.
0842 Cycling has been a big success for Team GB on the road and on the track. Ayesha McLelland, a young BMX rider, and Julian Allen, a racer for more than 20 years, discuss Team GB's hopes of another cycling medal as the BMX events start at the Olympics.
0850 Athletes hailing from Yorkshire have won 10 medals so far in the Olympic Games. Nick Westby, a Yorkshire Post sports reporter covering the Olympics, gives his thoughts on why the region produces so many Olympic medal winners.
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