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Best of Today

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  • CEO of Legal and General, Nigel Wilson
    Sir Nigel Wilson is the chief executive of Legal and General. He oversees £1.3 trillion worth of investments it manages, the biggest asset manager in the UK. Sir Nigel has been speaking to Today’s business presenter Sean Farrington about the cost of living crisis and inequality across the UK. (Image, pounds & pence, PA/ Dominic Lipinski)
  • Last original Archers cast member retires
    June Spencer, the last original cast member of The Archers, has retired from the BBC Radio 4 drama aged 103. The actress has played matriarch Peggy Woolley (formerly Archer) since 1951. Her last appearance was aired during the omnibus edition on Sunday, when she discussed getting a stained glass window commissioned of her two great-grandchildren. In 2019 Today’s Martha Kearney spoke to June Spencer as she celebrated her 100th birthday. They talked about the highlights of her long career – and life. (Image, June Spencer and Martha Kearney, Credit, BBC)
  • Andrew Bailey speaks with Today
    Governor of the Bank of England, Andrew Bailey, spoke to Today's Justin Webb about the economic downturn, rising interest rates, and the political and social consequences of it all (Image Credit:Yui Mok/Pool via REUTERS)
  • Energy price cap ‘clearly not fit for purpose for the market today', says Ofgem boss
    The price cap on household energy bills in England, Scotland and Wales is to be adjusted every three months from October. The industry regulator, Ofgem, confirmed the change which means that prices will rise every quarter, rather than every six months, if wholesale costs increase. Today's Martha Kearney speaks to Jonathan Brearley, Chief Executive of Ofgem, with analysis from Today's business presenter Sean Farrington. (Image credit: EPA/ANDY RAIN)
  • How botany solved a murder
    Plants are not the first pieces of evidence one thinks of when thinking about forensic science. But one botanist used pollen and nettles to help place a murderer at the scene of a crime. Today's Martha Kearney speaks to forensic botanist Patricia Wiltshire about her contribution to solving the murders of 10-year-old Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman 20 years ago. (Image Credit: PA Photo)

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