Best of TodayAuthor: BBC Radio 4
19 Oct 2018

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

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    Sir Michael Caine's new book

    Film icon Sir Michael Caine has written a new book - 'Blowing the Bloody Doors Off' - with advice for young actors. In a wide ranging conversation Justin Webb asks him about Brexit, Trump, Harvey Weinstein and of course, his new book. (Image: Sir Michael Caine, credit: Getty Images)

  • Posted on 18 Oct 2018

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    Brexit transition period

    Conservative MPs have criticised plans to extend the UK's post Brexit transition period. Tory MP Nick Boles says Theresa May is "losing the confidence of colleagues". Cabinet Minister David Lidington defends the plans saying it "isn’t a detailed proposal, this is an idea”. (Image:Theresa May, credit: AFP)

  • Posted on 18 Oct 2018

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    Thursday's business with Dominic O'Connell

    With more delays to the Brexit deal, what are City firms doing to prepare? (Image: general view of the financial district in London. Credit: Reuters)

  • Posted on 18 Oct 2018

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    Roger Daltrey and The Who

    Legendary frontman of The Who, Roger Daltrey, on fights, drugs, Brexit and the band's final tour. He speaks to BBC Radio 4's Front Row host, John Wilson, ahead of the release of his autobiography, Thanks a Lot Mr Kibblewhite: My Story. (Image: John Wilson and Roger Daltrey, credit: BBC)

  • Posted on 17 Oct 2018

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    Yemen and Saudi Arabia

    As international pressure grows on Saudi Arabia to explain the fate of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, will it affect the global view on Saudi Arabia's deadly intervention in Yemen? Sanj Srikanthan, executive director of the International Rescue Committee says the crisis should be "front and centre in the news". (Image: a man standing among graves of people killed in the war in Yemen, credit: Mohammed Hamoud/Getty Images)

  • Posted on 17 Oct 2018

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