The latest news, sport, business and weather from the BBC's Breakfast team.
We go on the hunt with Britain's top investigators as they track down the fraudsters who are ripping off our NHS and stealing millions from the public purse. The Fraud investigators hunt a reckless hoaxer faking accidents for fun, a high living couple claiming benefits and dodging hundreds of thousands in tax, and a random road-side stop and search unearths the UK's biggest ever Blue Badge Fraud.
Three couples deliver stunning makeovers for their development projects in Dalton-Le-Dale in County Durham, Irlam in Manchester and Plumstead in London. One is a forever home and the other two are for either resale or rental, the end results are fantastic but will the developers have spent too much if they were looking for a profit?
Documentary series which aims to help whole families migrate to the other side of the world and accommodate to the new living conditions there.
Our Defenders catch a fly-tipper red handed as he illegally dumps tonnes of stinking waste in the grounds of an Oldham primary school for children with severe learning needs. The school was left with a £22,000 clean-up bill. Area Environment Manager Mark Easedale said: "This had a huge impact on the welfare of the children, on their well-being and on their education." They also track down a man who sold dozens of defective brake parts to unsuspecting motorbike riders, putting their lives in danger. The parts had been recalled by Suzuki and should have been destroyed. In another case, the National Trading Standards e-crime team seizes a one-million-pound property from a couple who were part of a gang responsible for a copycat website scam that conned the public out of a staggering £37 million.
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.
Ruhma deals with a new mother who's convinced her baby has been swapped. Al's views on protecting children online do not go down well with Zara
When there's a fatal accident in a carpet warehouse, the youngest daughter of a carpet king hires Frank and Lu to investigate her own sisters.
Series which helps their viewers move from the city to the countryside by finding perfect houses and rural spots to choose from.
A heart-warming series that celebrates inspirational farming families and the rural events where they showcase their hard work, as they try to win the top prizes.
Natasha Raskin Sharp and Raj Bisram go rallying on the B roads of Norfolk this time. Raj stops off to go wild in wellies at one of Britain's first nature reserves while Natasha makes for the sea and the imprint of a deep sea fisherman turned artist. They're animal crackers on this leg, as Raj nets a fine butterfly and Natasha falls for a kitten in a basket and an owl. She also takes a punt on a pair of polo horses. Being an auctioneer, Natasha is drawn to an inexpensive and unusual gavel while Raj gets in touch with his inner child and parts with some of his pocket money for a vintage train set. Next stop? Leicester for a very important 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.
If it's got Britain talking then it will get talked about on The One Show. Live this evening, we bring you the stories that matter from across the country.
Bobby is stunned after hearing Ian's confession. Linda is forced to face her problems. Bernadette is on a mission to find out what happened to Keanu.
It's the quarter final of Best Home Cook and the remaining 6 home cooks are still reeling from the fact that last week no one was sent home. Now they're in for another surprise as for one week only, Michelin starred chef, Tom Kerridge has joined the judging line up in Angela Hartnett's place. He joins Mary Berry, the queen of home cooking and produce expert, Chris Bavin, as they continue to test the remaining 6 talented home cooks on their finest dishes. As usual the cooks have to perform to their very best ability in the first two challenges set by Mary and Chris if they are to avoid the much feared Eliminator, this week set by Tom, and risk being sent home. Claudia Winkleman hosts with her wonderful blend of irreverence and fun. Tonight Mary's given the quarter finalists 2 hours and 15 minutes to cook their Ultimate Family pie, and it must be fully encased in pastry they have made from scratch. A perfect fully encased pastry pie is a tricky challenge, and the cooks are feeling additional pressure as Tom is renowned for being a pie expert. Oli is super excited about this challenge, he's known as a pie master amongst his friends, will his suet crust pie win him his first judge's favourite? Eager to win a place in the semi-final the cooks are all doing everything they can to impress : Sarah and Georgia both add additional flavours to their pasty, Suzie pushes herself as always and cooks two different types of pastry, and Robin has come up with a "bomb proof" pastry that has the judges scratching their heads. With 6 completely different pies to taste and each of the judges picking their own personal favourite, which of the cooks will come out on top? Back at the house there are slaps on the back for some and commiseration hugs for others. But next morning, everyone is feeling nervous and with two cooks leaving the competition at the end of the day their nerves are not unwarranted. The first hurdle to jump is Chris's Rustle Up challenge which is designed to test the cooks' knowledge, palates and creativity. This week he's chosen a root vegetable that's more usually served as a side dish but now the cooks must make it the star of the show. Robin and Katie, determined not to be in the Eliminator for two weeks in a row, gamble on dishes with technically tricky elements, will their punt pay off? Both Suzie and Sarah come up with similar recipes stoking the competitive fires even more. At the end of the challenge Mary, Tom and Chris give their verdict on the six dishes, will this round have changed the fortunes of the cooks? The judges must then decide, taking both the Ultimate and the Rustle Up into account, who is safe and who needs to prove themselves by cooking again in the Eliminator. This week the Eliminator is set by Tom and he announces that it's a recipe close to his heart that he expects to be executed perfectly. No pressure then. Added to the fact that the result of this Eliminator will see two people miss out on a place in the semi-final, this turns out to be the tensest Eliminator so far. At the end of this round, the judges must agree which is their least favourite version of the dish, and with that decision made all the cooks return to the kitchen. Everyone learns at the same time which cooks are leaving the competition. At the end of this week, 4 cooks become semi-finalists.
Featuring more captivating mysteries and fiendishly clever murders on the exotic and picturesque Caribbean island of Saint Marie, Series 9 returns with brand new Detective Inspector Neville Parker (Ralf Little) replacing DI Neville Parker (Ardal O'Hanlan). 5/8
Fiona Bruce presents Question Time from Harpenden with a panel of politicians and other guests facing topical questions from the audience.
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