The latest news, sport, business and weather from the BBC's Breakfast team.
In this series, Dom Littlewood spends 24 hours on the inside of the most dangerous and demanding institutions in the USA. Today Dom's patrolling the seas and skies, working as a coastguard in Corpus Christi, Texas. After tortuous survival training, Dom's cleared for take-off and joins an airborne security patrol under helicopter pilot, Lieutenant Harry Lehman. For the second half of his shift, Dom ditches the aviator suit and joins Petty Officer Trey Hicks at Boat Station Port Aransas. On constant standby to give lifesaving assistance, they drill emergency evacuations with a hovering chopper, before patrolling the water into the night on the lookout for illegal fishing and smuggling of people or drugs. How will Dom handle a day in the life of America's 5th military service?
Property in Gorleston in Norfolk, Dover in Kent and Wolverhampton in the West Midlands are sold at auction. All of the developers have bought to make money from their property inverstmants but not all their ideas go according to plan.
Claimed and Shamed
Ill Gotten Gains
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.
Zara saves the day when Martha has an allergic reaction but Karen is shocked when she discovers how it happened. Later Zara has a reaction of her own when she sees who Emma is flirting with. Rob deals with an elderly man who is behaving like a lovestruck teenager but his wife isn't happy about it at all!
Hosted by Rob Beckett, Head Hunters is a 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 three Head Hunters are Actor and Waitress, Gabriel; Customer Consultant, Leam; and Shipping Company Manager, Scott. Anything can happen today as Scott is the only Head Hunter who has experience of being in the hot seat. Newcomers Gabriel and Leam will find out what they need to do to take on the board, recruit Candidates and try and win the game. 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? If they want to get some extra help, they will have to tempt today's three qualifying Candidates to join their teams by offering them a slice of the jackpot should they win the show. Will they beat the board and pocket the cash? Or will they be defeated and return to the Talent Pool to try again tomorrow?
Series which helps their viewers move from the city to the countryside by finding perfect houses and rural spots to choose from.
Upcycling entrepreneurs Sarah Moore and Jay Blades are on a mission. They'll save three things from being dumped, transform them and return the profits to the original owners.
Go on a road trip across the UK with antiques experts Mark Stacey and Paul Laidlaw as they search for hidden treasues to sell them at an auction.
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.
The battle between Mel and Sharon comes to a head. Karen puts her foot in it with Chantelle.
It's Easter and the biggest sales opportunity for supermarkets after Christmas. We meet Sandy and her Supply Chain team who have the difficult job of deciding exactly what to stock in each store and in what quantity. They base their decisions on a multitude of factors including past consumer behaviour, current trends and up to the minute weather forecasts. With the British weather as unpredictable as ever, the supermarket needs to decide whether customers will be opting for the traditional roast this year or heading outside for a barbecue. A last-minute change in the forecast sends the team into a flurry of action to try and secure the extra stock needed before other retailers get there first. Every year UK supermarkets generate 59 billion pieces of single use plastic. While Greenpeace stage a demonstration at Sainsbury's head office, the supermarket's lab that deals with complaints is receiving more and more plastic through the post from unhappy customers. This episode follows the innovation team as they attempt to find a recyclable replacement for the plastic bag used to carry loose fruit and vegetables. As it is launched across the country, are customers ready for such a change in shopping habits? At the clothing headquarters in Ansty Park near Coventry, it might only be April, but plans are already underway for this year's festive wear. With the high street more competitive than ever, designs are being drawn up to cater for a new customer, the family dog. But with canines coming in all different shapes and sizes, it's not as simple as one size fits all. The series is narrated by Joanna Scanlan.
In 2018, violent crime among young people was on the rise and the Met believe gangs are fuelling this violence. DCI Jim McKee and his team from the Met's Trident unit are targeting one of London's most dangerous gangs, based in Newham, East London. Their investigation uncovers that recent attacks in the borough have been carried out by teenagers groomed by gang leaders. This is the first-time detectives have seen the deliberate recruitment of school children to commit serious acts of violent acts. They fear more teenagers across the borough are at risk of being pulled into the gangs. Jim's team believe a gang member and drill artist is behind the grooming of the teenagers and when a young boy is kidnapped and tortured, Trident get a vital lead on their main suspect. Two men attack Desmond O'Beirne in Trafalgar Square. One of the men delivers a fatal punch and Desmond dies 6 months later from his injuries. The attack is captured on CCTV but with 15 million tourists visiting Trafalgar Square every year it's like looking for a needle in a haystack for the Detectives. Desmond's sister is determined to get justice for her brother and does an appeal at New Scotland Yard asking for witnesses to come forward. The appeal goes viral and within days they have two names for the suspects. But, when detectives find out the man who threw the fatal punch fled the country just a few days after the appeal, an international manhunt begins. In Ealing, response officers PC Naomi Pearce and PC Mahad Abdalla are patrolling the streets when they are called to a road traffic incident. Somalian officer Mahad is approached by someone in his community who becomes aggressive. Mahad explains that they think, "I am working for the white man. I am enemy number one … no matter how many officers are with me they will go for me cos I am what they hate". It's not uncommon for Mahad, who has only been in the force 2 years, to face hostility from some people in his community, but he doesn't want it to stop him doing the job he loves.
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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