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Justin Webb speaks to UKIP leader Nigel Farage, who will tell a rally in Glasgow today that an independent Scotland would not be able to keep the pound and would be forced to join the euro. Mr Farage will warn that a "yes" vote next week would be a misnomer because Scotland would still be ruled by Brussels.
Al Pacino tells the BBC's Rebecca Jones about his love of the theatre and Oscar Wilde's play Salome, which he has staged and filmed for a documentary. This is an extended edition of the interview broadcast on Today earlier this morning.
John Humphrys gives personal reflections on the NHS, focusing on its approach to dementia.
Tanya Beckett hears about expectations from the World Economic Forum as it continues in China.
Some parents, concerned about their children's welfare when they go to university for the first time this weekend, have been signing their sons and daughters up for cookery classes.

Kumud Gandhi, who runs cookery classes for freshers, and Times columnist Alice Thompson discuss the value of such courses.
James Naughtie's personal reflections on the NHS, north and south of the border.
John Swinney calls for 'reasoned discussion' over Scottish currency.
Some big financial institutions are considering moving some of their business from Scotland to London in the event of that Scotland chooses independence, but will other companies follow?
Parliamentary correspondent Sean Curran on momentous events in 18th century Westminster.
Mishal Husain's personal reflections on the NHS, focusing on its approach to cancer.
The former Prime Minister, Sir John Major, has said it would be "disastrous for the whole of the UK" if Scotland voted to leave.
Sir John told the Today programme's John Humphrys that he was "desperately concerned at what is happening".
Justin Rowlatt reports from one of Britain's key power stations, Sizewell.
Dame Sally Davies outlines her suggestions for approaches to mental health treatment.
Today, the three main Westminster parties are expected to back a timetable unveiled by Gordon Brown yesterday for the transfer of powers from Westminster to Holyrood in the event of a ‘NO’ vote.
Angus Robertson MP for Moray and leader of the Scottish National Party in Westminster discusses what effect ...
Keith Richards has written a book for children about grandfathers, featuring art by his daughter Theodora.
The book is a true story about him and his relationship with his own grandfather, Gus.
Royal Bank of Scotland continues to appear to scale back its operations by beginning to sell off its US subsidiary, the retail bank Citizens Bank. Justin Rowlatt speaks to Richard Hunter, Head of Equities at Hargreaves Lansdown.
A meteorite that landed near the Nicaraguan capital Managua on Sunday could have come from the 2014 RC asteroid which was passing the earth at the time, experts have said.

Speaking on Today, astronomer Dr Heather Couper explained that although more investigation is needed it does appear the meteorite ...
Scottish Finance Secretary John Swinney has said there is an "atmosphere of absolute panic in the no campaign" after George Osborne promised a timetable for further devolution if voters in Scotland reject independence.
Alistair Darling has said he was still confident the Better Together campaign would win next week's referendum on Scottish independence.
Justin Rowlatt speaks to Tom Stevenson, Investment director at the asset management company Fidelity Worldwide Investment, on the fall of the pound following a poll suggesting that the yes campaign has taken a narrow lead in the Scottish referendum campagin.
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