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

James Naughtie reports from Paris 50 years on Les Evenements of 1968.
John Simpson reflects on efforts to stop the trade in ivory.
Lady Bonham-Carter describes her friend, the real Jeremy Thorpe behind those headlines
Nick Robinson finds out what Berliners think about Brexit.
Colvin's sister Cat and lawyer Scott Gilmore discuss the case against the regime.
Tony Blair discusses the Good Friday Agreement and alleged chemical attacks in Syria
A new report suggests keeping older people in work is a good idea
The former first secretary of state says he doesn't think his behaviour was inappropriate
Best-selling author Nassim Taleb on what is wrong with society today
Return to form at HSBC. And Venezuela’s foray into cryptocurrencies
Will a new review of student finance be enough to help students?
A licence to help a six-year-old boy with epilepsy has been denied
How do employers treat their staff when they become pregnant?
The opera legend is back in London conducting Tosca
Businesses propose plan to solve UK trade deadlock with EU after Brexit
Homeless in Westminster Feb. 15, 2018
A man sleeping rough at Westminster in London has been found dead
Former shadow chancellor Ed Balls says most SMEs want in on customs union
Does GKN's plan to avoid a hostile takeover by Melrose look workable?
Zuma deadline looms Feb. 14, 2018
Jacob Zuma is facing calls to step down as President of South Africa
Does the Fawlty Towers star think things have changed over the years?