The latest news, sport, business and weather from the BBC's Breakfast team.
Just how watertight is your consumer protection when your travel company lets you down?
A lovely Victorian terraced house in Reddish in Stockport is bought by a duo who help footballers build up property portfolios and a large three-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.
Eric Graham wanted his young daughters to have the same kind of outdoor lifestyle he had growing up in Ghana, and longed for the sunshine-filled life he was used to. Wife Rachel thought he was living in a dream world and that leaving their comfortable home in the UK behind was a ridiculous idea. Could a week exploring the Australian way of life convince her it was a possibility? And three years on, have Eric's dreams become a reality?
A van's satnav puts a pair of prolific animal thieves behind bars.
Natasha Raskin Sharp and the team are in an antiques centre in Elsecar, South Yorkshire. Experts Tim Weeks and Colin Young help to guide the way as the teams have £300 to spend on three items they hope will make them a profit at auction. Plus Natasha tries her hand at sword dancing.
The latest national and international news from the BBC.
Tensions rise to deadly levels when a performance troupe of anarchists arrive in Kembleford.
Dave Myers and Simon King are back with a new series that sees them cooking some of their favourite comfort food. From feasts for friends and family to meals inspired by pub grub, the Hairy Bikers are creating the ultimate feel good dishes. And they're not the only ones sharing their recipes - top chefs let us in on the secrets of what they eat when they're at home; food producers share their stories of great ingredients; some of the county's homeliest tearooms open their doors and families reveal the tales behind iconic family-favourite dishes and the meals they love best.
Margherita Taylor is in North Yorkshire helping a lady who has £500,000 to find a country property back in her home county. During her time there, Margherita hits the production line at an organic farm which specialises in seasonal fruit-and-veg boxes.
The farmers head to Ludlow farmers' market to sell their produce.
Nigel Havers welcomes four more sellers to the Bidding Room, where they try to sell items to five professional dealers who are on the lookout for interesting pieces, with help from expert Simon Bower. Today's items are an Asian drum, some artwork, an Argentinian belt, a curious set of silver and a push-along dog.
The 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 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.
A party political broadcast by the Conservative Party.
Alex Jones brings you the stories that matter from across the country.
Alfie, aged 11, tries to sell his vintage scooter to the dealers.
The team restores a bike with a patriotic past and a threadbare teddy on wheels.
Synopsis During months of having to stay at home, millions of us have swapped the gym for our living room. The numbers doing home workouts has doubled in a year. But exactly what kind of exercise should we be doing, how much of it, and how often? Journalist and blogger Mehreen Baig used to hit the gym four times per week, but now her fitness regime has gone entirely DIY. She wants to use the latest science to make sure she is getting maximum return for her effort. Mehreen reveals why getting stronger could help you live longer. She uncovers exciting new research testing the theory that just one minute of strength training per week on each main muscle group might reduce your risk of diabetes and heart disease. She puts dumb-bells to the test against resistance bands and discovers why bands can give your muscles a better workout.
The latest national and international news, with reports from BBC correspondents worldwide.
Excel Esports owner Kieran is looking for a fresh start after last season ended badly.
Sue Barker hosts the entertaining sports quiz. Matt Dawson and Phil Tufnell are joined by Premier League midfielder Steve Sidwell, Winter Olympic snowboarder Aimee Fuller, indoor world champion sprinter Richard Kilty and netball star Pamela Cookey.
BBC One joins the BBC's rolling news channel for a night of news.
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