Best of Today

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

Roger Federer retires Sept. 23, 2022
The 20-time Grand Slam winner plays his last match on Friday
After a 17 year run, the final series of the comedy panel show begins on Friday
Edna O’Brien’s new play about James Joyce’s ‘Ulysses’ opens in Dublin
Chinese artist Ai Weiwei on the China-Russia axis
Russia’s Putin orders partial mobilisation for Ukraine war
Mishal Husain and a panel of experts consider what lies ahead for King Charles III.
World leaders are meeting at the UN General Assembly to promise more aid to Ukraine
The Queue Sept. 19, 2022
Screenwriter and novelist Frank Cottrell-Boyce reflects on the legacy of the queue.
Today hears three people’s emotional experiences of the queue for the Queen
The Queen and Aberfan Sept. 16, 2022
Justin Webb explores the Queen’s relationship with Aberfan after the 1966 tragedy.
Michael O’Leary, CEO of Ryanair Group, talks to Today business presenter Sean Farrington
Dame Sharon White, Chairman of the John Lewis Partnership speaks to Sean Farrington.
We hear from the Mariupol patrol police chief who's defending the city
Millions of women across the US could soon lose their legal right to abortion
The Aim Higher Gala will also celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Apollo 16
Referrals for suspected cancer have increased according to NHS England.
Dr Rachel Warrington says she can regularly treat 30 or 40 patients a day.
Andrei Kirilenko says his mother couldn’t be buried due to the danger from shelling.
The test team have won once in their last 17 games.
Red Cross Director of Operations Dominik Stillhart speaks to Today’s Mishal Husain