If, as expected by many, Boris Johnson becomes Prime Minister this week, Chancellor Philip Hammond will leave office. What will his legacy be? (Photo: Getty Images)
Apollo 11: 'The eagle has landed'
Steve Bales was mission guidance officer during the Apollo 11 lunar landing. At just 26, he had the authority and responsibility for calling aborts. Steve’s decision to continue the landing when faced with a computer navigation error prevented the touchdown being called off with just minutes to go.
(Image: Credit: Guidance officer Steve Bales at his Mission Control position Credit NASA)
Friday's business with Theo Leggett
As many companies in the tech sector are struggling, you might expect Microsoft's star to wane. But with its cloud offering Azure it's doing well. How well? (Photo: Getty Images)
Mental health in primary schools
An investigation by BBC news indicates a trend towards serious mental health issues at a young age. It also found that primary school pupils are being repeatedly rejected for mental health support. We speak to head teacher Dani Worthington and Dr Bernadka Dunicka, chair of the child and adolescent faculty at the Royal College of Psychiatrists.
Also, could creating artificial snowfalls in Antarctica save major cities like New York from being lost to rising oceans? Anders Levermann, professor of Dynamics of the Climate System, explains.
(image: Primary school child, credit: PA)
Thursday's business with Dharshini David
President Trump has claimed that the state of the US economy is the envy of the world. Does the evidence stack up?
(Image: US President Donald Trump at a "Make America Great Again" rally in Greenville, North Carolina, on July 17, 2019. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)