Insight, analysis and expert debate as key policy makers are challenged on the latest news stories. From BBC Radio 4's Today programme
Friday's business with Rob Young
Post-roadmap, some Brits are booking their summer holidays - what is Booking.com seeing? Also, how is the pandemic affecting mining company Anglo-American? (Photo: Getty Images)
Could Salmond row provoke resignations?
Today programme's Nick Robinson speaks to Alex Neil, SNP MSP and ally to Alex Salmond, about the fallout between the former First Minister and Nicola Sturgeon.
(Image: Alex Salmond Credit: Press Association)
Paul McCartney's life in lyrics
Paul McCartney has always resisted the idea of an autobiography but is now going to publish the story of his life through his lyrics. It's based on conversations over five years with Paul Muldoon, the Pulitzer prize-winning Irish poet. In his first interview about the book with Martha Kearney, Muldoon gave some insights into the writing process.
(Image: Paul McCartney Credit: Reuters)
Summer schools: Catch-up plan
On Wednesday, ministers have pledged more money towards the catch-up funding for pupils in England, taking the total allocated since last year to £1.7bn.
Today programme's Mishal Husain spoke to Education Secretary Gavin Williamson, as well as Glynn Potts, head teacher at Oldham's Catholic High School and Lee Elliott Major, Professor of Social Mobility at Exeter University.
(Image: School Pupils in Doncaster Credit: Press Association)
The roadmap out of lockdown
There's a long and winding road before the destination of June 21st when the hope is that most restrictions in England will be lifted. Nick Robinson speaks to the Health Secretary Matt Hancock about the prime minister's plan and with Martha Kearney, puts listener questions to our chief political correspondent Adam Fleming. Our correspondent Jon Kay brings us reaction to the announcement in Devon.
(Image: Boris Johnson Credit: Reuters)
Lockdown learning: View from schools
With millions of students remote learning, we heard from two schools in Rotherham and East London to see how the pupils, teachers and parents are coping
(Image: Classroom desk; Credit: Reuters)