Best of Today: Episodes

Estelle Lovatt and David Bailey discuss Finland's decision to produce the "world's first" homoerotic stamps
The BBC's Lyse Doucet and Chris Guinness, spokesperson for the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees, discuss the inability to send food parcels to Syria.
Father Marcus Stock and Jean Riordan discuss the Roman Catholic Church's decision to turn down a request for the results of a sexual ethics survey to be made public.
Business news with Andy Verity, looking at the Co-operative Group's expected losses.
The BBC’s James Morgan asks whether beards are becoming less attractive due to the sheer number of them.
Sophie Matisse, Henri Matisse's great-granddaughter, discusses the artist's famous "cut-outs"
Tesco boss Philip Clarke defends the supermarket's fall in profits, down 6% to £3.3bn.
Business news with Andy Verity, looking at Tesco's full-year results.
The Army is failing to combat disturbing and violent sexism, Radio 4's Today programme has heard.

The MoD says it has a "zero tolerance" approach towards bullying.

Sima Kotecha reports, before Justin Webb speaks to Labour Defence Select Committee member Madeleine Moon.

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Nigel Farage reacts to a complaint about how he has used his "general expenditure allowance" from the EU.
UK foreign secretary William Hague discusses the crisis in Ukraine and the EU's response.
Speaking to the Today programme's Karthi Gnanasegaram is former Arsenal and West Ham player Nigel Winterburn, who discusses tonight's fixture against his former clubs.
Speaking to the Today programme's Rob Bonnet is former England goalkeeper Peter Shilton, who discusses Liverpool's title race, the World Cup and the lack of competition for the England goalkeeping position.
Health secretary Jeremy Hunt discusses changes to the NHS, including the use of technology to create a "more efficient" system.
Former British Ambassador Sir Tony Brenton says Russia "does not want disorder".
MP Nigel Evans, who was cleared of rape and sexual assault, reflects on the media scrutiny placed on him during the trial.
Business news with Andy Verity.

John Lough, associate fellow in the Russia and Eurasia Programme, looks at the potential for further economic sanctions to be placed on Russia.
Hull City - as they're still known - are playing Sheffield United on Sunday in the FA Cup semi-finals.

Sheffield United have turned things around after a rather gloomy report on the city's football clubs last December. Rob Bonnet spoke to Chief executive Mal Branningan and asked him if a good cup run ...
It is FA Cup semi-final weekend with Premier League's Hull City v League One's Sheffield United on Sunday. Saturday is the Championship's Wigan against Arsenal.

Amongst the Wigan fans travelling to Wembley today will be Brenda Spencer, for 25 years a club employee, rising to become chief executive ...
Actor Stephen Mangan pays tribute to Adrian Mole author Sue Townsend, who has died aged 68.
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