The latest news, sport, business and weather from the BBC's Breakfast team.
Angela Rippon, Gloria Hunniford and Julia Somerville help consumers battle Britain's rip-offs.
A lovely Victorian terraced house in Reddish in Stockport is bought by a duo who help footballers build up property portfolios and a large 3 bed corner terrace in Workington in Cumbria and a semi in Claygate in Surrey with huge potential to be a family home are also sold under the hammer. Martin, Dion and Martel talk to the new owners and hear their plans for their property projects.
When flooding hits a business, the owner goes to extraordinary lengths to try and rubber stamp her claim, and a dog owner displays very bad behaviour when it comes to their pet pooch's insurance policy. There's a backlash over a whiplash case when footage emerges of the claimant in very fine health indeed, and the final destination is prison for a fraudster attempting to cash on his holiday insurance with forged documents
Today, a thief follows an elderly man into his house and steals his wallet, but a pair of local garage mechanics save the day. And… a blind man can't see an intruder sneaking over his garden wall, but the CCTV cameras can...
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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Jimmi gets irritated at Al for going against him, while Ayesha goes on a medical drive. Valerie's latest VPAS visit takes an unexpected turn after she gives some advice.
Hosted by Rob Beckett, Head Hunters is the quiz show that puts a price on knowledge. A Talent Pool of 20 quizzers compete to become Head Hunters. Can they see off the competition and win the rolling jackpot alone? Or will they need to recruit some help? Today's Head Hunters are Facilities Manager, Victoria; Actor and Business Events Manager, Callum; and Customer Advisor, Dubem. They must assess today's category board and decide if they need to build a team to plug the gaps in their knowledge. To win the jackpot in the final round, they must answer a question correctly from each of the 9 categories in 90 seconds. Will they feel the need to build a team or, are they confident they can go it alone in their quest to win the jackpot which starts today at £2850? With Dubem and Victoria both on their 7th appearance as a Head Hunter, they will be keen to lock in the best candidates and secure a place in the final round. But Callum will also want to secure a win so they can expect competition. Whoever makes it to the final round, will they beat the board and pocket the cash? Or will they be defeated and return to the Talent Pool to try again tomorrow?
Escape to the Perfect Town
Paul Martin takes two fresh recruits and sets them on the road to being successful antiques dealers. Pitted against each other, the wannabe dealers must use their own hard earned cash to buy and sell antiques to try and make the most profit. Along the way Paul teaches them the tricks of the trade and the dos and don'ts of how to be an antique dealer. The first port of call is at an antiques centre and later at an auction. The fun really starts when they have to sell their items to try and make the most profit! The big crunch comes in an antique emporium where the scene is set for Paul to cast judgement on their dealings and he reveals the winner. Today in Gloucester and Clevedon, artist John Webster takes on globe trotter retiree Caroline Crutchley.
At the recycling centre in Woking, upcycling aficionado EJ Osborne unearths three hidden gems that he believes have profit-making potential. EJ calls on lighting expert Guy Trench to find a new use for a collection of car exhaust parts while woodworker Ollie Allen has a workbench to get creative with. A metal table frame is given the upcycling treatment by EJ, but will the transformations ensure he can return a profit to the items' unsuspecting owners?
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.
Topical magazine programme featuring top stories from across the country.
Martin makes a dangerous move. Leo takes matters into his own hands. Lola's concerns grow for Jay.
DIY SOS : The Big Build
Detectives from the Murder Investigation Team deal with an attack in Greenwich, where 30 year-old Jozef Boci is violently beaten after a night out. Jozef whose partner is pregnant with her first child dies 6 days later from his injuries. Jozef's parents who brought him to Britain 20 years ago as a refugee from Kosovo are devastated by the loss of their son. DS Brendan Ward and his team are determined to track down those responsible. After forensic investigation of 100 hours of CCTV : six men are identified on camera as suspects. An expert lip reader is consulted to review some key footage of the suspects, in order to understand more about the motive for the attack, the lipreader gives a chilling account of something mouthed by one of the prime suspects : "doesn't even fucking belong in this country". The detectives are keen to get justice for what they believe is "an innocent man who went out for a drink on a Saturday night and didn't come home". In central London response officers PC Alex Orme and PC Lydia Vanbergen are on patrol in Westminster where a woman is arrested and taken to custody, but at the nearest police station in Charing Cross, all 62 cells are full, so the officers head several miles away to Islington where they have to wait a number of hours before they can check in their suspect. It's Saturday night and with patrol cars queuing to get into custody, Alex bemoans the impact of budget cuts, "What it really means for the public, is that it's less likely that if they need a police officer to come and help… they can call 999 but if there is no one to answer that call, then there is no one to answer it". When they finally check in their suspect, concerns for her mental health require she is kept on a 24-hour watch, with no spare custody officers, it falls to Alex to watch over her. In Croydon, south London detectives from CID are on the hunt for a serial burglar, who DI Dan O'Sullivan calls, "a crime wave in himself". The serial burglar has recently been caught on CCTV at a number of attempted burglaries. One family were at home when the burglar attempts to break in and luckily for the detectives his face is caught on camera. The detectives discover the suspect is already wanted for other offences. Dan and his team prioritise trying to track him down via his getaway car and spend several days playing cat and mouse until they finally get a breakthrough.
Global weather forecast.
Topical debate programme featuring political and public figures answering questions from members of the public.
Par exemple: Jean Dujardin, Games Of Thrones, Plus Belle La Vie
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