The latest news, sport, business and weather from the BBC's Breakfast team.
Series celebrating the British countryside. Ellie Harrison goes on a journey through Snowdonia from Blaenau Ffestiniog to Rhosgadfan. Show more
A look at the Sikh festival of Vaisakhi, and how Vaisakhi's themes of tolerance, equality, humility, dignity and an active concern for others impact the daily lives of Sikhs. Show more
Alistair Appleton visits East Sussex to help a young couple searching for a period home with great character, a big kitchen, a study and a large garden. Show more
Russell Watson, Suzi Digby and David Grant choose the best Junior and Senior School Choirs in this annual competition introduced by Aled Jones. Show more
The latest national and international news stories from the BBC News team.
Guy Martin examines inventions of the Industrial Revolution. Guy and Mave show off their renovated boat and all its historic inventions at an end of mission party. Show more
The team visit Hampshire, where Matt Baker fishes for trout on the River Itchen, Ellie Harrison searches for the local wildlife and Katie Knapman explores the history of sailing. Show more
Fiona Bruce and the team revisit the Museum of Steam at Swindon. The programme features three valuable locomotive signs and the most exciting doll ever seen on the show. Show more
Crime drama. Boyd is being moved out of the Cold Case Unit, but first takes on the mystery of 16 homeless boys from Waterloo Bridge who disappeared in the 1980s. Show more
The latest national and international news, with reports from BBC correspondents worldwide.
Detailed weather forecast.
Cookery competition. The contestants face the ultimate elimination challenge, as they are tasked with preparing one dish that will prove their culinary skill to the judges. Show more
Medical drama series. Sahira tries to keep her distance from a dying patient and his deaf son, while Malick has to control his anger when he treats a wife beater. Show more
Iain Stewart finds out how gung-ho geologist Edward Bailey discovered that Scotland was once home to super volcanoes. Plus the story of unsung hero Arthur Holmes. Show more
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