The latest news, sport, business and weather from the BBC's Breakfast team.
Every year we hand over more than £10 billion pounds to support tens of thousands of hard working charities. But charity fraud is on the rise. In this series, reporter Kevin Duala sets out to expose the scams and cons that mean your valuable donations end up in the fraudsters' pockets. As well as investigating those who prey on the charity sector, this series celebrates the fantastic work of the UK's charity heroes left to pick up the pieces. And Kevin provides tips and advice so we can make sure our gifts are spent exactly the way we intend. With more than £2 billion a year stolen from charity, reporter Kevin Duala sets out to expose the charity scammers taking advantage of your generosity. In today's programme, the once popular charity fundraiser who faked cancer to trick his own family out of thousands, and the so called "ghost learners" used to scam an educational charity out of nearly half a million pounds.
Martin Roberts, Lucy Alexander, Dion Dublin and Martel Maxwell follow the stories of three sets of renovators who have purchased property at auction.
Emergency teams battle to quell a devastating van fire which refuses to die down. An overturned lorry forces the closure of the road to Edinburgh and police cry foul after a giant football veers on to the Great North Road.
Britain is in the midst of a housing crisis. As fewer of us are able to buy our homes, more and more are turning to the ever expanding rental market. Consumer champion Matt Allwright is back on the job, joining the ranks of Britain's housing enforcers. These are the men and women on the front line in the battle between landlords and tenants. Matt Allwright will be working shoulder to shoulder with colleagues old and new. His task will take him around Britain searching out bad landlords, tackling problem properties, dealing with the consequences of nightmare neighbours and coming to the rescue of tenants in need. Matt discovers what could easily be Britain's filthiest home and we follow the Housing Enforcers as they conduct late night raids to derelict homes, tackle vermin infestations and shut down beds-in-sheds. We uncover some of the UKs most shocking living conditions.
Long-running British reality programme in which two teams of amateur antiques collectors are give one hour to spend £300 at a trade fair and then sell their bargains at an auction : with a profit.
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Temptation is put in Daniel's way. Sid confronts his parents. Emma's new HomeBnB Guest gives more than she was bargaining on.
Game show in which 24 players compete across the series, scoring points by answering questions correctly. However, they must avoid the impossible answers, otherwise they will be eliminated from the show until the next day. In each episode there are three rounds, and the three highest scorers from each round play against each other in the final.
Series which helps their viewers move from the city to the countryside by finding perfect houses and rural spots to choose from.
In this episode, Charlie Dimmock and the Rich brothers, Harry and David, are in Rotherham, to create a colourful, social space for Sue and Robert Jenkins. With the kids gone, this couple want a grown-up garden at last! But Sue sufferers from Crohn's Disease, so the garden needs to be somewhere that she can relax and recuperate when fatigued. The trouble is, at the moment it is just a boring, sloping lawn with few redeeming qualities and nothing to attract you outside. Also, they really want an additional area in the sun at the bottom of the garden, as the current patio area near the house is always in the shade. Finally, the couple are not expert gardeners, but love pottering around in the summer and spring, so a garden design with summer flowers may be the answer, especially if it, also, includes Sue's much loved lavender and lemon balm. So, Sue and Robert have a lot on their wish list, but luckily they have a budget to match : with £6,500 set aside for their dream garden. Can Charlie, Harry and David come up with a pair of designs that cater for all of Sue and Robert's garden wishes? As ever, the designers have to pitch against each other for the right to make over the garden. The brothers want to create a garden full of simple planting set against a contemporary wooden deck edged with weathered steel. Charlie, on the other hand, wants to create a dramatic garden, complete with abundant plants, large entertainment space and subtle water feature, that runs from the original upper patio to a lower new patio. So, whose design will Sue and Robert pick and, with the clock running, can the team create the couple's wish for a new, adult garden come true?
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The quiz returns for a twenty-first series in which contestants try to score as few points as possible by plumbing the depths of their general knowledge to come up with the answers no-one else could think of. Presented by Alexander Armstrong and co-host Richard Osman.
If it's got Britain talking then it will get talked about on The One Show. Live every evening Mon-Fri, Matt Baker and Angela Scanlon bring you the stories that matter from across the country.
Matt Allwright, Steph McGovern and Nikki Fox expose more big names letting viewers down, revealing which of the major banks is most likely to pin the blame on you if you're taken in by a fraud : even if it's left you thousands of pounds out of pocket. Can it be trusted to keep your money safe from scammers? Plus, customers of collapsed energy companies left high, dry and out of pocket despite promises they'd be kept safe. And in Rogue Traders, a wedding planner who couples say has made their big day memorable for all the wrong reasons.
Panorama reveals the failings of our social care system, as our population gets older and more of us need help with day to day living. In the first of a two part series, the BBC's Social Affairs Correspondent Alison Holt has filmed in Somerset for a year, focusing on four families, all exhausted by the demands of caring 24 hours a day for their loved ones, and desperately trying to get more help. She also follows the fortunes of the County Council who, like local authorities everywhere, are fighting to balance their books after years of budget cuts.
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BBC Three presents a new series in which five daughters send their mums undercover as 21-year olds to bridge the generation gap and bring them closer. So far, the daughters have immersed them in the world of social media and dating, and have packed them off to experience the highs and lows of work, Gen Z style. Now into the third phase of the experiment, the girls are pushing them way out of their comfort zone as they challenge the mums' ability to accept the differences in people that Generation Z celebrate. Liverpool's queer quarter becomes the mums' new stomping ground as they explore the Generation Z sexual revolution and genderquake. From bi to non-binary, the mums are playing catch-up and have their preconceptions about sexuality and gender challenged. Taylor and Millie, whose mums have until now struggled to fully understand or accept their bisexuality, send their mums on a journey of discovery : as they head undercover to a raucous Queer Bingo night, meet Charlie who is transitioning into man, and have a flirty night out shooting pool in a gay bar...but can the mums keep up the 21 Again charade and pass with flying rainbow colours? Daughter Devon : encouraged by the other girls in the house : makes a bold move. Having the condition PFFD, acceptance is something Devo n has struggled against in the past, but Devon's confidence is on the up and she's about to prove it with a surprise for mum Jo. With the girls on- board, Devon's ready to be out and proud of her disability and takes part in a photo shoot that is shown on a giant billboard in the city centre. And the mums are under pressure as they have to take to the mic in front of thousands of people, at the women's march in London : to prove to their daughters and the thousands of other "sisters" in the crowds, what they've learned so far about life as 21-year old women. If they are going to be out and proud…they might as well go large!
Par exemple: Jean Dujardin, Games Of Thrones, Plus Belle La Vie
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