Five years ago to the day, the credit crunch started as a result of banks beginning to worry about lending and the global financial system started to seize up. One of the most politically sensitive trials in China for years is under way, with the wife of a former Communist Party chief accused of murdering a British businessman. Also on today's programme, how tuition fees are affecting university application figures in England.
0713 The Egyptian president has sacked his intelligence chief and the governor of North Sinai after the killing of 20 people by militants at the weekend in the Sinai peninsula. Yossi Mekelberg, of independent analysts Chatham House, and Dr Alia Brahimi, research fellow at the LSE, debate the issue.
0719 Business news with Simon Jack.
0722 The chief executive of scandal-hit Standard Chartered has said it "fundamentally rejects" accusations that it laundered as much as $250bn (£161bn) for Iran. Jeff Horwitz, of the American Banker journal, shares his thoughts on the accusations from the New York State Department of Financial Services.
0725 The largest operation mounted to monitor pollution in London is under way, a city which is repeatedly in breach of international standards for air quality and scientists are keeping track of hundreds of pollutants during the Olympic Games. The BBC's David Shukman joined a team of scientists in the air.
0735 The trial of the wife of a former Communist Party chief accused of murdering British businessman Neil Heywood is getting underway. Correspondent Jonathan Sudworth reports from Hefei in China and author Jonathan Fenby gives his thoughts on one of the most politically sensitive trials in China for years.
0742 The paper review.
0745 When Iceland won handball silver at the last Olympic Games, the president called it "the greatest moment in Iceland's sporting history". Correspondent Tim Franks reports from the all-important quarter final handball match against Hungary in London.
0748 Thought for the day with the Reverend Lucy Winkett, Rector of St James Piccadilly.
Five years ago to the day, the credit crunch started as a result of banks beginning to worry about lending. Sir John Gieve, former deputy governor of the Bank of England, economist Frances Cairncross and Danny Gabay, who runs Fathom Financial Consulting,
look back at five years of global economic uncertainty.
0854 Members of the Treasury Select Committee have accused New York's Dept of Financial Services of pursuing an anti-City agenda. John Mann, a Labour MP on the Treasury Select Committee, and Landon Thomas, financial correspondent for the New York Times, discuss whether this is a case of the US trying to pick on high profile UK targets following accusations against the bank Standard Chartered.
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