Best of Today

Insight, analysis and expert debate as key policy makers are challenged on the latest news stories. From BBC Radio 4's Today programme

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Wednesday's business with Katie Prescott


The UK plunges into deepest recession after the worst quarterly fall in output on record


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Finding Freedom: Understanding Harry and Meghan


Biographers Carolyn Durand and Omid Scobie on going "behind the scenes" with the Sussexes


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Tuesday's business with Katie Prescott


More than 700 thousand people in the UK have lost their jobs since March this year


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Monday's business with Katie Prescott


Some self-employed people feel they've 'fallen through the cracks' of support. Why?


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‘When countries all reach the same level of transmission these travel difficulties will stop’


Epidemiologist Prof David Heymann on how to help international travel recover from Covid


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Friday's business with Rob Young


Today many BA staff find out if they will be made redundant. What options do they have?


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‘I don't think this does give more power to developers, it creates a much more certain system’


Robert Jenrick defends the proposed reforms of the planning system in England


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Thursday's business with Katie Prescott


What does the Bank of England’s quarterly report tell us about the UK economy's future?


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'It’s wonderful to be reunited with something that was lost so many years ago and which I had given up on ever getting back'


The full story of how Martha Kearney and a Twitter army solved a 30 year old mystery


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'We had this influx of tens of casualties to our emergency room. Most of them were glass wounds and they were in shock'


Dr Firass Abaid, CEO of the Rafik Hariri University Hospital, on the explosion in Beirut


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