The latest news, sport, business and weather from the BBC's Breakfast team.
Merseyside police officers are shocked to discover a firearm and a bomb in a car - and when the driver admits he's filled the bomb with shrapnel, the Ministry of Defence are called in. In Kent, shocking footage shows a criminal driver swerve to drive directly at a police officer as he lays a stinger in the road. Hitting the officer at high speed, the callous driver speeds off without stopping. And in Dorset, a patient lashes out at a paramedic on the way to hospital.
A three-bed semi in Doncaster, a plot of land in Kent's Herne Bay and a small flat in London's Edmonton are all sold under the hammer. Martin, Martel and Lucy talk to the new owners and hear their ambitious plans for the auction buys. But will any of them keep to their budget and schedule and turn a profit?
In this episode, we see how two brothers in Wales ran their own drug organisation until they were exposed by police. We watch as their prize possessions, two motocross bikes, are sold at auction to the highest bidder.
The Fraud Squad investigates a nurse ripping off the NHS for £1000's, and a lying and cheating boss of recycling company who helped himself to £2 million of government cash.
Presenter Anita Manning is at Newark Antiques Fair in Nottinghamshire, where she is joined by experts Paul Laidlaw and Caroline Hawley. They help the reds and blues spend £300 on three items with the aim of making a profit at auction in Derbyshire. Anita also learns about retro technology which could be the antiques of the future.
The latest national and international news from the BBC.
A couple of weeks have passed since Dr Prem Sharma and his wife Kamini arrived in Trefelin, and colliery manager Richard Sharpe is still desperate to find a mysterious diary left behind by Prem's predecessor, Dr Elwyn. But Sharpe's plan to pay local street urchin Dan Griffiths to steal the diary from the surgery backfires when Kamini catches Dan red-handed. While Kamini confronts Sharpe, Prem has an emergency of his own to deal with when he's asked to make a very unusual house call.
The bikers continue their culinary journey through time as they celebrate British food. The duo explore how our love affair with beer and cider has evolved over centuries - at one time it was safer to drink beer than water. Plus, they visit a cider festival, where they press their own.
Today, Ginny Buckley presents an arresting range of houses to a couple who have a substantial budget of £700,000 and are hoping to relocate their family to the wonderful Norfolk countryside. For over half a century Norfolk has also been home to Lotus cars, so whilst in the county Ginny finds out more about the company heritage before catching a glimpse of the future when their latest hypercar is unveiled.
The Kordel family in St. Albans want their garden to be both practical and a plastic-free place of fun, filled with wooden play structures, lawn and spaces to grow fruit and veg.
In the Repair Shop today, the team takes on an 18th century French clock, a radiogram and a Victorian botanical microscope.
The brainy quiz returns for a twenty third 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.
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.
Wedding bells for Stuart and Rainie Max is determined to get what he wants Emotions run high for Mitch and Karen
The sheriffs chase a debt of more than hundred thousand pounds owed by a classic car dealer. Luke and Carl visit a bar which hasn't paid for repairs to its air conditioning.
In a house in Manchester divided into four flats, we are introduced to four interweaving stories about love, parenthood, loss and self-discovery. Gail bumps into an old friend who makes a startling observation about Gail's marriage. Belle's ordered life is thrown into disarray by the hospitalisation of sister Ruth, and the subsequent arrival of wayward niece Maya. David goes on holiday without his wife Kelly and has his head turned unexpectedly by Saira. And heavily pregnant Hannah, recently coupled up with Liam, is surprised by her connection with Andy, the father of her unborn child, who has been away travelling for the duration of the pregnancy. These disruptive arrivals turn each person's life upside down, and set off a chain of events which we will follow across the series.
The latest national and international news, with reports from BBC correspondents worldwide.
Saf and Robbie hope that dating someone new will help to put the past behind them.
Sim and Aston test whether their long distance relationship is strong enough to progress.
Michael returns to the stage to do what he does best, making everyday life hilarious.
A day of protests in the city causes disruption for the team in control.
BBC One joins the BBC's rolling news channel for a night of news.
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