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.

Jimmy Page and art Oct. 22, 2018
Legendary Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page has loaned tapestries to Tate Britain
UK-Saudi relations Oct. 22, 2018
How should the UK respond to Saudi Arabia after the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi?
The prime minister is facing growing unrest in her party over Brexit
Why discussing business over a drink could get you a hefty fine or land you in prison
Botswana's elephants Oct. 12, 2018
President Mokgweetsi Masisi says it's "untrue" poachers are killing Botswana's elephants
A lighting designer says the lack of daylight is negatively impacting people's health
Wife of Matthew Hedges, a detained UK student in UAE, says he would be a "terrible" spy
Global stock markets have had a torrid week, should we be worried?
A former marine spent ten days in a disused bunker to see how light affects our body
The British Museum's new gallery will feature artifacts from the Islamic world
Miscarriages of justice Oct. 11, 2018
Legal system failures lead to wrong convictions says the head of the body responsible
Asian markets slump following US - is this the start of another big stock market rout?
Psychology of cricket Oct. 10, 2018
Former England cricket captain Mike Brearley on the psychology behind the game
Babies: 'born into care' Oct. 10, 2018
A report says the number of newborn babies being taken into care is increasing in England
Preventing suicide Oct. 10, 2018
The prime minister has appointed a suicide prevention minister in England
The IMF warns investors have become complacent about the risk of another financial crash
Cases of disappearances and violence against journalists are making headlines this week
Gwyneth Paltrow's Goop Oct. 9, 2018
Hollywood actress and entrepreneur Gwyneth Paltrow on her well-being business Goop
A Salisbury attack suspect has been named as a military doctor for Russian intelligence
Google+ has suffered a data breach affecting 500,000 customers. What will happen next?