Presented by Chris Hollins and Louise Minchin.
Highlights of Breakfast available at www.bbc.co.uk/breakfast
The case of a man who kept his birth origins secret from members of his family. o
A modern Welsh property, a semi-detached house in Sidcup, Kent and a small one-bedroom flat in Harrogate. Followed by News; Weather
Searching for properties in rural Warwickshire for a couple tired of commuting.
Searching for antiques in Rennes, capital of Brittany. Followed by News; Weather
A woman wants to raise money for an adventure to the Antarctic.
Big Momma. A deadly spider is on the loose in the surgery.
Writer Jude Tindall
Dr Georgina Woodson:
Murder at BBO Bob's. Steve looks into a case of alleged
2/13; series two. Uncle Max's love-sick dog ends up on stage at the opera.
4/13. Billy the imaginary friend heads to the park.
With Anne Robinson.
With Adrian Chiles and Christine Bleakley.
An insight into the work of Britain's helicopter police. Series producer Lance Williams Followed by News Update
Dawn's in the money - and determined to make the most of it. Ronnie's down - but is she out?
More cast on Thursday
Omnibus on Sunday Repeated at 10pm on BBC3
9/12. The stakes are raised today as the four semi-finalists must create an impressive two-course meal for three of the country's most respected restaurant critics - Charles Campion , Kate Spicer and Jay Rayner. See Wednesday's choice.
COMEDY OF THE WEEK
2/8. Host Angus Deayton officiates as more fibs and flannel fly. Regular team captains Lee Mack and David Mitchell are joined by guests Rich Hall , Trisha Goddard , Ben Shephard and Frankie Boyle. Who will fearlessly grasp the bull by the horns? Director Barbara Wiltshire; Series producer Derek McLean
Repeated next Monday on BBC2
More of the renowned duo's favourite moments, including gags, sketches and musical interludes. Producer Sam Donnelly ; Executive producer Beatrice Ballard
With Fiona Bruce. Regional News
Then Weather with Peter Gibbs.
1/8. Mapping the stories behind some of comedy's most enduring shows, beginning with Till Death Us Do Part. Bursting onto screens on 6 June 1966, it became one of the most controversial sitcoms of all time. At the heart of the show was writer Johnny Speight's masterpiece - the foul-mouthed bigot Alf Garnett, marvellously portrayed by Warren Mitchell. The actor talks about the show here, along with Antony Booth and Una Stubbs.
The Inside Story: page
High-flying martial arts crime drama starring
Jackie Chan. A Hong Kong cop visiting New York becomes involved in a battle against a gang that's conducting a campaign of terror in the Bronx.
Cantonese dubbed into English. Review page 44. Director Stanley Tong (1996, 15) Followed by Weatherview
Signed. Repeats are not indicated.
Top Gear 1/6. An alternative to the police car.
1.50 Paradise or Bust 5/5. Preparations are under way to celebrate the first year of the community.
2.50 The Supersizers Go ... Regency 6/6. Living on an early 19th-century diet.