The latest news, sport, business and weather from the BBC's Breakfast team.
In Cumbria, a police officer is mowed down by joyriders travelling at over 50mph. But despite his serious injuries : including losing an arm : Inspector Jon Sherlock is determined to get back on the beat. Plus, PCs Laura Jew and Rich Chant are patrolling Birmingham city centre when an unprovoked attack sees Laura strangled and Rich's nose broken. With the offender's hands around her neck Laura fears for her life as she waits for backup to arrive. And paramedic Suki Kaur is left traumatised after a nasty racial attack from a patient.
Dion is in Romford, East London looking at a terrace house. He also visits a plot of land in Colne, Lancashire which throws up some issues. Martel is in Margate, Kent looking at a studio flat.
In this 15-part series BBC One follows the men and women working round the clock on Britain's longest and most iconic road as they strive to keep traffic moving and the public safe.
Caught Red Handed
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.
The latest national and international news from the BBC.
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Zara attempts to move on, Ayesha tries to jog her memory, and the police investigation takes a turn when Shak goes rogue. Ruhma gets a blast from the past when helping a mother in labour, but not all is as it seems.
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.
Antiques show in which a team of experts value collectables owned by members of the public.
The brainy quiz returns for a eighteenth 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.
Keanu fears for his life. Max sees a ghost from the past. Billy continues to meddle with Honey and Adam's relationship.
This week Gregg and Chris we are with the Carters in Belfast, an extraordinary family with a moving story, who need help with four permanently hungry children who are eating their Dad out of house and home. In Northern Ireland, Steve and his four children are stuck in a food rut, eating convenience food, avoiding vegetables and filling up on snacks. Tragically, Steve's wife Denise died shortly after the birth of their fourth child, leaving him to bring up his family on his own for the last nine years. With four children under five, Steve gave up his job as a bank manager and found himself the family cook. Now his eldest is 16, Steve feels it's time to change their ways and focus on healthy eating habits for himself and his kids. And as he now works part time, any savings would go towards a family holiday. Gregg and Chris secretly watch as Steve and his youngest, Leah, do the weekly shop. There are no vegetables, expensive protein drinks and a lot of sausage rolls. It is not a cheap or healthy shop, and it's clear that this family need help. The big brands have been switched, their usual food is out of bounds, the fruit bowl has been filled and their fridge has been stuffed with greens, as they embark on their week of food swaps. With eldest son Cameron trying to increase his intake of protein with ham sandwiches and expensive drinks, dietician Priya Tew looks at products with added protein, to find out if they're worth the extra money. With most people in the UK eating more protein than they need, she looks at how much we actually require. And with single use plastic hitting the headlines, Chris visits the UK's largest zero-waste shop. Gregg is keen to show them that they can increase their protein intake in healthier ways, whilst Chris proves to Steve he can include extra vegetables in the family's diet more easily than he thinks, with a quick, tasty and cheap ragu, that will work for lots of different meals. Can the Carters reverse some ingrained habits, ditch the expensive brands and increase their portions of fruit and vegetables?
Global weather forecast.
Fiona Bruce presents Question Time from Tottenham with a panel of politicians and other guests facing topical questions from the audience.
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