The Today programme has a new editor who's changed all the timings. The Business News now gets 12 minutes, the Newspaper Review and Weather Forecast both get a quarter of an hour. Sport gets five minutes. How long will she give to Thought For The Day?You are out on a mission. You travel 5 km south, then 5 km west, then 5 km north and find yourself back where you started! On your mission you saw a bear. What colour was the bear?Tackle the brainteasers that have been frustrating and confounding the nation every morning, with 250 tricky puzzles from the Today programme.The Puzzle for Today segment challenges the morning audience with a tricky puzzle designed to leave you perplexed all day. These fiendish and cryptic brain-teasers are set by the greatest puzzle masters in the world - Mensa, GCHQ, the National Cyber Security Centre, Harvard, MIT, the University of Cambridge's NRICH project, the UK Mathematics Trust - and come in three categories: Numerical, Linguistic and Cryptic, ranging from tricky and frustrating to utterly fiendish.Clues and tips on the language of puzzles punctuate the book, as do puzzles for specific occasions including special Christmas day puzzles. This is the first official book from the Today programme, and includes a foreword from Sarah Sands, the current editor of the programme, on the joy of puzzles in the world of today, along with an introduction from the Science Editor for the BBC. Challenge your grey matter and hone your reasoning and logic skills with the brainteasers that get the nation's synapses working over their breakfast cereal - including over 100 brand new puzzles.Wake up your brain with the nation's most fiendish puzzles.