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

Brexit's effect on food Sept. 12, 2018
Environment Secretary Michael Gove talks agriculture, Boris and Conservative leadership
Award-winning soprano Renee Fleming will sing Danny Boy at Senator John McCain's funeral
Families of Sandy Hook victims are suing conspiracy theorist Alex Jones for defamation
Energy drinks ban? Aug. 30, 2018
The government has proposed a ban on energy drink sales to under-18s in England
Who will replace Bank of England Governor Mark Carney? Or could he stay on?
New research suggests bumblebees develop a preference for neonicotinoid insecticides.
BBC security correspondent Frank Gardner discusses how realistic the BBC's new drama is.
What is the truth about African tariffs and what does Nigeria want from Britain?
Car maker Aston Martin announces its intention to float in the London Stock Exchange.
At the end of Edinburgh Festival Fringe, we explore what is acceptable in comedy
The Northern Ireland Council for Voluntary Action has called for Stormont to be restored
Iain Duncan Smith's think tank has released a report into tackling London's gangs
As Theresa May starts a trade trip to Africa, has the UK fallen behind in business there?
First, Elon Musk was going to take Tesla private, now he isn't. What happened in-between?
David Lidington says the warning that a no-deal Brexit would be damaging is "not new"
The UK would revert to WTO rules if a Brexit deal is not reached
Legendary theatre and film director Peter Brook on his new play The Prisoner
At America's Jackson Hole, bankers ask: have huge global companies slowed economies down?
Full podcast of six items that explore British identity from the V&A; Museum
The new boss of the bank Goldman Sachs, David Solomon, is also a DJ. What can we expect?