The latest news, sport, business and weather from the BBC's Breakfast team.
Kym Marsh and Gethin Jones present a lively mix of topical content and expert advice.
A two-bed semi in Bilston in the Midlands, a quirky end terrace with an annex in Scholar Green in Stoke-on-Trent and a flat in Croydon are sold under the hammer. Two are investments, but one is going to become home for a couple who want to use recycled materials wherever possible to transform their property.
At Victoria coach station in London, officers are on the lookout for coach drivers who are driving when they're too tired. We hear from the mum of 23-year-old Nathan Reeves, who was killed when the vehicle he was travelling in was hit by a coach whose driver is thought to have fallen asleep at the wheel. They also track down two fraudsters running a sim swap scam and stealing almost half a million pounds from victim's bank accounts, and we find out about the new thermal imaging technology being used in Oxford to spot garden sheds that are being rented out illegally as homes.
Stories of near misses when life hangs in the balance, presented by Nick Knowles. Today, an angler fishing off rocks is swept into a raging sea, and hikers see it happen, call for help and film the dramatic rescue. A mountain biker attempts a trick but doesn't make it. The accident is captured on camera.
Natasha Raskin Sharp is in charge of proceedings at the Royal Highland Centre in Edinburgh as the reds and blues have 60 minutes to buy three items with £300. Helping to make sure the teams make a profit, experts Roo Irvine and David Harper are ready to spend the leftover lolly on a bonus buy.
The latest national and international news from the BBC.
Can players avoid giving Impossible answers and stay in the running for a £10,000 jackpot?
Featuring a set of educational games, a vacuum cleaner tool and a jacket adaptor.
Jonnie Irwin welcomes a London city quitter couple to Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire, a town he felt was perfect enough to move to himself. His buyers have two young children, a £700,000 budget and are focused on finding a family home in a place with fast train links, a friendly feel and lots of fresh air. Jonnie dives into the local coffee and craft ale culture, then slows things right down near the Grand Union canal. To throw the best properties into the mix that their money can buy, Jonnie pushes them the extra mile so they can make a firm decision on their perfect town.
Reclamation master Jay Blades is at a recycling centre in Altrincham in search of three skip-bound items he can rework and repurpose. Jay enlists two magnificent makers in his plight to turn trash into cash: woodworking wonder Ollie Allen is on hand to give a coffee table a new look, and upcycler Jacqui Joseph attempts a creative makeover on a set of dining chairs. For his own project, Jay has a glass demijohn to work on, but will all three makeovers be a success?
Items for sale include a harmonica, a silver belt and an underwear ad.
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.
Alex Jones brings you the stories that matter from across the country.
Bobby's obsession continues to grow.
Sheriffs Rob and Gerald are called to remove a group of squatters from a family business.
The neighbours remain trapped in situations of their own making. Can they escape?
The latest national and international news, with reports from BBC correspondents worldwide.
Ciaran needs a property with room for his motorbike, and Dan is looking for a flatmate.
Kahina in Newcastle is dealing with black mould, and Dan is still hunting in Manchester.
Freddie, Chris and Paddy are in Wales, taking a glamorous road trip in the newest grand tourers from Bentley, Aston Martin and McLaren, before taking on their German rivals and Formula One legend Heinz-Harald Frentzen. Plus a tribute to the late, great Sir Stirling Moss.
Sue Barker hosts the entertaining sports quiz. Captains Matt Dawson and Phil Tufnell are joined by cycling great Chris Hoy, England defender Stuart Pearce, World Champion swimmer Keri-anne Payne and World Indoor 400m champion Perri Shakes-Drayton.
A 999 call concerning a patient seen walking into the Thames takes priority.
BBC One joins the BBC's rolling news channel for a night of news.