The latest news, sport, business and weather from the BBC's Breakfast team.
Gary Lineker presents highlights from the Premier League, with matches including West Ham v Manchester United, Arsenal v Blackburn, Everton v Aston Villa and Newcastle v Wolves. Show more
Andrew Marr interviews Foreign Secretary William Hague, Shadow Home Secretary Yvette Cooper and comedian Eddie Izzard. With music from Julian Lloyd Webber.
Nicky Campbell presents a special edition of the programme, recorded at Samworth Enterprise Academy in Leicester, debating just one topic - is it time to sever church from state? Show more
Series celebrating the British countryside. Liz Bonnin goes on a journey through the Lake District, starting on Coniston Water and ending up in Kendal. Show more
Jon Sopel reports on policies and government decisions affecting people around the UK (see regional variations for details).
An old face returns to help Kat; Dot has a terrifying accident, forcing Carol to take charge; and Roxy is determined to help Ronnie, but can she employ a reluctant Jack's help?
Tim Wonnacott presents as two teams and their expert helpers spot some excellent bargains at a large antiques centre in Glasgow, and sell them on at Anita Manning's auction. Show more
Property series. Alistair Appleton is house hunting in Shropshire with a family looking for an equestrian property. They have a budget of £750,000. Show more
Aled Jones introduces the six choirs competing for the top prize as Russell Watson, Suzi Digby and David Grant judge the semi-finalists in Sheffield. Show more
The latest national and international news stories from the BBC News team.
Guy and his best mate Mave decide to give their narrowboat a makeover. They learn about the most influential British interior designer of all, William Morris. Show more
Matt Baker and Julia Bradbury head to Yorkshire's farming heartland - the Wolds. Julia goes behind the scenes at this year's Kiplingcotes Derby, and Matt journeys out to the coast. Show more
Fiona Bruce and the team pay a return visit to the British Museum in London, where finds include dozens of items dug up on the banks of the River Thames. Show more
Crime drama. When a missing medical student's DNA matches with that of an unidentified corpse found tortured and drowned years before, Boyd suspects a cover-up. Show more
The latest national and international news, with reports from BBC correspondents worldwide.
Alan Yentob follows Tolstoy through the tortured second half of his life as he transformed from aristocrat to anarchist and turned his back on his wife. Show more
Patrick Moore joins a party in London, where astronomers cut through the light pollution to see the stars. Plus, a celebration of Sir Patrick's 88th birthday. Show more
Detailed weather forecast.
John Torode and Gregg Wallace search for the country's best amateur cook. In this audition show, hopefuls plucked from their home kitchens arrive in London from across Britain. Show more
Medical drama series. With Hanssen insistent he can save his life, and Jess applying emotional pressure, will Ric finally accept he has to go under the knife? Show more
Iain Stewart tells the story of James Hutton, the founding father of geology. This Scottish thinker overturned ancient beliefs about how and when the world was formed. Show more
BBC One joins the BBC's rolling news channel for a night of news, with bulletins on the hour and the headlines every 15 minutes.