Daily current affairs with the biggest national and international news and regular weather reports. Plus the latest developments in sports, politics, business and entertainment. Breakfast also welcomes guests into the studio for a chat.
Every Sunday the hosts of the morning show discuss key topics of conversation of the previous week. It is the best start of the day including lively chat about social, ethical and religious issues, and highlights of extraordinary stories of ordinary people.
Learn the tricks of the trade when you go to the auctions with Homes Under the Hammer. Join presenters Martin Roberts, Dion Dublin and Martel Maxwell as they follow the renovation stories of properties across Britain as they get transformed from empty shells and outdated buildings to desirable spaces and contemporary homes. Watch as ordinary people breathe new life into the otherwise unloved houses, and find out how well they managed to stay within budget. Will they sell and make a profit, or have they invested too much money in a project that wont sell?
Consumer affairs series looking at scams, frauds and deceit that have affected British holidaymakers. Angela Rippon, Gloria Hunniford and Julia Somerville hear real-life stories of holiday nightmares. They also share helpful advice on how you can avoid getting ripped off when booking to go away and tell you what your consumer rights are if you are caught out by scammers or dodgy deals.
Crime documentary looking at the police's investigation of real-life cases. This series focuses on the police's piecing together of clues and evidence to solve the case. We are given first-hand accounts of how events unfolded with an insightful look behind-the-scenes of police work with a mixture of interviews, reconstructions and evidence from the case.
Two teams of amateur antique collectors meet at an antiques fair to compete to make the largest profit from a three hundred pound budget. Once the contestants have done the shopping for their own items, the experts then take any leftover money and go shopping for more antiques which is 'bonus buys'. The teams then have to decide whether or not to take these items to auction.
All the latest news from the BBC, which is a service provider funded by a licencing fee paid by British households. It is regulated by Ofcom, and aims to educate and inform, but also entertain, it's audience. The content produced by the BBC is intended to be impartial, and it was established in 1922, with headquarters in Westminster, London.
British medical soap drama. In the fictional West Midlands town of Letherbridge, you see into the lives of a group of NHS staff doctor's surgery and a university campus surgery, along with the group's family and friends. Starting in 2000, Doctors have provided 20 years of drama, bravery, tragedy, scandals and turmoil within the surgery. As the doctors and nurses of the practice meet their patients both at the surgeries and on house calls, and dealing with their medical complaints, they have to deal with their own issues; some too much to handle.
Entertaining and educational British quiz show, hosted by Rick Edwards, where 24 regular contestants compete throughout the series to answer tricky questions. But some of the optional answers are designed to be ''impossible'', or at the very least inconsistent with the information given. The participants must avoid selecting these booby trap answer and the best one wins the £10,000 jackpot.
Push factors from the noisy, bustling cities of Britain, combined with the alluring peace of the countryside, has the population dreaming of homes in more scenic surroundings. Escape to the Country sees buyers from different areas on the UK considering their options to settle down in the English countryside. Presenters show off a range of prospective homes, before they must make their final decision towards the end of the show. Each episode taking place in a different region of the UK, we see a wide variety of beautiful homes across the country.
Charlie Dimmock and brothers Harry and David Rich are challenged with producing garden designs for homeowners across the UK, with the owners choosing the design they want to bring to life.
Interesting docu-reality show, hosted by English actor and presenter Nigel Havers, in which a panel of dealers provide expert advice and buy off various antique and collectable items brought in by members of the public. Nigel welcomes people who have intriguing, often peculiar and extraordinary items they want to sell- anything from toys and furniture to musical instruments, and introduces them to an expert who provides them with some information about the object. Sellers then go to the ''Bidding room'' where they meet five dealers who have to bid against each other if they want to take home these incredible items.
Contestants must come up with answers that no-one else could think of in order to win the big cash prize. The questions have been put to a random sample of a hundred people beforehand, and the score out of 100 represents how many got the question right. Contestants not only have answer the questions correctly, but also guess which answers were most obscure to score the least points possible.
Topical magazine. Star guests appear live in the studio whilst roving reporters provide special reports on everything from quirky topics to serious subjects. The One Show provides fun, information, laughs and the occasional musical number.
EastEnders is a British soap opera set in Albert Square in the East End of London in the fictional Borough of Walford. Here respectable townhouses are next to offices and apartments. We follow everyday stories of local residents and their families. The locals live their ordinary lives- go to night clubs, markets, pubs and cafes. They fall in love and fight, get sick, get divorced. Kids can break a window, neighbors can pick a fight. There is nothing extraordinary but life in the East End is full of various moments of fun.
Reality show in which budding entrepreneurs and inventors stand before five successful business people. They pitch their professional ideas hoping one of the dragons will invest in their company, idea or product.
Popular BBC TV programmes with signing in British Sign Language.
Public figures debate politics and topical issues. Filmed in front of a live studio audience around the UK, notable guests are faced with questions from members of the public and invited to give their opinions.
Join BBC reporters Laura Kuenssberg, Katya Adler, Adam Fleming and Chris Mason as they discuss the week's news stories and events that matter to the people of the United Kingdom. As journalists, it is their important duty to ensure that there is coverage of all the information that is possible so that members of the public are well informed of what's happening in the world, especially with Brexit.