Deadliest Day – a new investigative series from Beyond Today
Claire Read introduces her special podcast series about the impact of one day of the British army’s war in Afghanistan on the troops who were there and the families they left behind.
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"We have lift off"
50 years ago today was the launch that took Neil Armstrong, Michael Collins and Buzz Aldrin into space.
Lift off was controlled from the Kennedy Space Centre in Florida. Amongst the hundreds of NASA staff in the control room was one woman, JoAnn Morgan. She shared her memories of the launch.
(Image: Firing Room at the Kennedy Space Centre, Credit: NASA)
Tuesday's business with Dharshini David
There's been a lot of noise about improving gender diversity at the top of business over the last few years - has anything changed?
(Image: business people attending meeting in a conference room. Credit: Getty Images)
Ashley Giles on cricket victory
The World Cup final is being described as one as the most amazing games of cricket ever played. England beat New Zealand in a game that was tied twice. Ashley Giles, managing director of men’s cricket for the England and Wales Cricket Board and England spin bowler in the 2005 Ashes series spoke to Today.
(Image: ICC World Cup 2019, Credit: Getty Images)
Monday's business with Dharshini David
China's economy grows at slowest pace since 1990s. And could there be an earnings recession ahead for the US?
(Image: shopper in supermarket in China. Credit: European Photopress Agency)