The latest news, sport, business and weather from the BBC's Breakfast team.
3/25 The death of Constance Harrington from Worthing sheds light on a notorious scandal. (R)
14/80 Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit properties in Exeter, London and Derby. (R)
13/20 Sophie Raworth helps consumers fight for their rights on the high street and beyond.
42/76 Jo and Julian Potter want to take six-year-old son Louie on a trip to Lapland. (R)
8/32 Tim Wonnacott heads off to an antique fair at Derby University in search of bargains. (R)
National and international news stories from the BBC News team, followed by weather.
The latest news, sport and weather for the East of England.
142/221 Jas helps a friend face a hereditary illness, and a gym makes Kevin question his identity.
18/75 Jonnie Irwin is in Herefordshire helping two sisters find an ideal country home.
22/26 Steve Backshall takes a look at some of the skills and senses that many animals have. (R)
3/26 Zach convinces his friend Fletcher that he's a co-creator of a new machine. (R)
13/13 When Josh messes up, it looks like Nathan's career as a teacher is over. (R)
5/13 Premiership Champions Manchester City train and prepare a hopeful goalkeeper. (R)
4/10 Jean from Skibbereen asks 'does the colour red really make a bull angry?'. (R)
Topical news magazine for children.
65/70 Quiz in which contestants try to score as few points as possible.
Latest news for Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Hertfordshire, Milton Keynes and Northants.
Matt Baker and Alex Jones are joined on the sofa by Lord Seb Coe and Michael Ball.
The latest national and international news stories from the BBC, followed by Weather.
2/3 Looking at how we can travel around the planet further and faster than ever before.
Night vision cameras discover the strange world of our problem sleepers.
Latest national and international news, with reports from BBC correspondents worldwide.
Jenni Falconer presents the Wednesday night National Lottery draws.
Gary Lineker presents highlights from a busy midweek of Premier League action.
Two men hunt a pair of lions that are obstructing the progress of a railway line.
Detailed weather forecast.
23/38 Featuring hotel accessibility for deaf guests and Deafinitely Theatre's Tanika's Journey. (R)
2/3 How the Victorians made the stiff upper lip a genuinely national characteristic. (R)
2/10 Clarissa Dickson Wright champions rabbits and Gregg Wallace campaigns for raspberries. (R)
BBC One joins the BBC's rolling news channel for a night of news.
Thursday 29 November 2012