The latest news, sport, business and weather from the BBC's Breakfast team.
The latest national and international stories as they break.
The barristers look back at the investigation of their oldest case yet, the 1839 murder by drowning of a female passenger aboard a commercial narrow boat in Staffordshire.
A charming cottage in rural Romsley near Worcester, a flat in a block in London's East Finchley and a traditional mid-terrace in the Ebbw Vale in the Welsh Valleys are all sold at auction. Martin, Dion and Martel meet the new owners and hear their plans to make some money on their investments.
In this series, Dom Littlewood spends 24 hours on the inside of the most dangerous and demanding institutions in the USA. Today Dom takes on his toughest challenge yet, working as a paramedic in Austin, Texas. His mentor is Clinical Specialist Cassi Lydon, a veteran paramedic with 14 years' service under her belt. Despite Dom's aversion to blood, guts and gore, they face non-stop life and death emergencies over a 24-hour shift, pushing him to the limit both mentally and physically. Can he hack it at the coalface of America's emergency medical care?
Today's reds and blues are bargain hunting in Grantham with the help of experts Nick Hall and Gary Pe. Presenter Charlie Ross finds out about four eras of English furniture with auctioneer and expert Colin Young.
The latest national and international news from the BBC.
Sully's tutoring of Laila causes tension, and a dinner party turns political.
Jeremy Vine hosts a special celebrity edition of the show where every day, a new team of challengers take on arguably the greatest quiz team in Britain - the Eggheads. Can a team of presenters featuring Anna Williamson, Gavin Ramjaun, Martel Maxwell from Homes Under the Hammer, Rav Wilding and explorer Paul Rose triumph over the general knowledge goliaths and win the cash prize for their charity?
Alistair Appleton is helping a couple with a £400,000 budget escape to the Shropshire countryside in a bid to improve their young daughter's quality of life and reconnect with family roots. While in the county, Alistair becomes an apprentice under the watchful eye of a master craftsman who handmakes horse harnesses and collars and then puts them to the test on a horse, ploughing a field the Victorian way.
This time, Charlie Dimmock and the Rich brothers, David and Harry, look back at some of their favourite inspirational Garden Rescues, the ones that draw inspiration from special memories. This includes a garden transformation with memories of a honeymoon in the South of France, a New York skyline inspired garden designed by Arit, a Moroccan paradise, and a space inspired by the Lost Gardens of Heligan. There is also plenty of fresh gardening advice from Charlie and the boys, including how to combat air pollution with climbing plants and the best way to plant a window box.
The sunny Izzie Balmer tours Northamptonshire and Bedfordshire with her self-confessed curmudgeonly counterpart James Braxton. However, Izzie's cakes soon have him eating out of her hand. Izzie goes on a strictly declassified mission to Bletchley Park, where code-breakers cracked messages from Hitler, while James dons a bandana and takes on the cream of English badminton. Mr Braxton takes a measured approach with some wooden rulers and applies his weight test to a Chinese table, and Miss Balmer is dazzled by an expensive ring made of lava from Mount Vesuvius and some glassware made of depleted uranium. Sparks may fly!
Quiz 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 can think of. Presented by Alexander Armstrong and Richard Osman.
The latest national and international news stories from the BBC News team, followed by weather.
If it's got Britain talking then it will get talked about on The One Show. Live every evening Mon-Fri, Alex Jones and Chris Ramsey bring you the stories that matter from across the country.
Life for the Carters continues to explode following the revelation that Shirley is Mick's mother - can they ever recover? Elsewhere, Nick looks set to leave the Square, but will he go as planned? This episode was originally broadcast on 26th December 2014.
A: Finding Ric unconscious in theatre, Guy capitalises on the unexpected opportunity. Unsettled by his appearance, will Louis and Donna rumble him before it's too late? B: Encouraged by Fletch, Sacha tries to make things right with Essie, but she's got a much bigger plan in mind... C: Nicky is left hurt by Cameron's hot and cold affections. Will her head be turned when she receives a surprising offer?
L'enquête sur le blanchiment d'argent est transférée à la brigade financière. Gates continue cependant d'être harcelé par des maîtres chanteurs. Kate, elle, travaille à trouver des liens entre Gates et le meurtre de Jackie en discutant avec Morton. Hastings et Arnott poursuivent leurs interrogatoires et comprennent qu'ils ont été manipulés quand on les a poussé à enquêter sur les meurtres des trafiquants de drogue...
The latest national and international news, with reports from BBC correspondents worldwide.
We're four months into lockdown, and Michelle's L.A home is starting to drive her a little bit crazy! With most of her working life on location, Michelle is not a natural homebody. However, she is determined to nurture her inner Martha Stewart and come out of lockdown with a skill, and in this case it means fulfilling a lifetime ambition of learning how to fold a fitted sheet and clearing out her scary, cluttered kitchen pantry. She enlists the help of the Style Sisters, Gemma and Charlotte, all the way from Essex, to help her dehoard and reorganise. She catches up with iconic host, and drag race fan, Lorraine Kelly, and the star of The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, Tituss Burgess. Drag queen Brooke Lynn Hytes rings in to chat about her stint as a judge on Canada's Drag Race.
Can fashion lover Hayley Pearce make do with just fourteen items of clothing?
Jack Whitehall takes a light-hearted and nostalgia-filled look back at Britain's sports history, telling the nation's story through our most iconic moments and characters. In "Best of Enemies", Jack takes a celebratory tour through the long-standing and essential rivalries that underpin British sport. Touching on the centuries of history that spice up Home Nations rugby and football, Jack uses the Ashes series' most brilliant and brutal moments, the unforgettable England 5-1 Germany and Johnny Wilkinson's incredible World Cup winning performance to show that even though we say we "hate" our rivals, they're an intrinsic part of what makes our sport so brilliant.
Doctors and twins Chris and Xand van Tulleken's experiences through the Covid 19 pandemic have far more personal consequences than either could have imagined
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