A man is being questioned on suspicion of murdering two unarmed police officers in Greater Manchester. The official definition of domestic violence is being widened in England and Wales to include psychological and emotional abuse. Also on the programme, why in Spain, it is still only possible to get the Franco-approved version of 007.
0615 Business news with Simon Jack: The price of oil has been behaving erratically lately, making producers and customers nervous.
0709 Greater Manchester Police are continuing to investigate the deaths of two unarmed constables in a gun and grenade attack yesterday who were killed when they responded to a false report of a burglary in Mottram. Danny Shaw reports.
0713 A committee of MPs has warned that the government's flagship scheme to help young people into work or training runs a risk of missing its targets. Michael Buchanan reports.
0716 Business news with Simon Jack.
0719 Work begins today on what will be the world's largest museum of contemporary design, and more than 300,000 people are expected to attend events at the 10th London Design Festival this week. Arts correspondent David Sillito has been finding out how Britain has become one of the foremost design shops for the world's corporations.
0747 Thought for the day with Reverend Dr Giles Fraser, priest-in-charge of St Mary's, Newington
0750 The National Institute for Clinical Excellence (NICE) is issuing guidance to GPs in England and Wales on the use of painkillers, which includes a warning that in some cases of severe headaches they may be the problem. Victoria Saxton who suffered from persistent migraine, gives her thoughts on the new guidance, and Professor Martin Underwood, a GP in Warwick who chaired the NICE group on the question, explains the potential problems posed by painkillers.
0838 A new book is out today by the veteran US investigative journalist Bob Woodward, covering the tortured negotiations between the White House and Democrats and Republicans in Congress to try to reach a "grand bargain" on the federal budget as the U.S. faced default last summer. He explains to Jim Naughtie what those crucial days last autumn said about Barack Obama as a political deal-maker.
Sam Leith, a writer on online trends, explains how their use came about.
0850 David Elstein, former head of programming at BSkyB, and Dawn Airey, former chairman and chief executive of Channel 5, discuss the challenges facing George Entwistle, the new director general of the BBC.
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