The latest news, sport, business and weather from the BBC's Breakfast team.
13/25 The hunt is on for heirs to the estate of Garry Szymanski, who died in Birmingham in 2010.
10/80 Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit properties in Lancashire, Kent and London.
3/20 Incredible police work puts a criminal family behind bars after a series of burglaries.
61/75 Gemma Stedman wants to raise money so she can transfer her some old home movies to DVD.
10/32 Two men reveal their knowledge of kitchen utensils to a bemused Philip Serrell in Exeter. (R)
National and international news stories from the BBC News team, followed by weather.
The latest news, sport and weather for the East Midlands.
21/221 Babysitting a neighbour, Imogen is alarmed when his seemingly pregnant girlfriend arrives.
63/75 Jules Hudson helps a couple search for a country home on the Pembrokeshire coast.
3/26 Steve heads for the seas off the coast of Plymouth in search of monsters from the deep. (R)
11/26 Egg finds himself caught in a bizarre love triangle. (R)
Diddy Dick and Dom live in a pink cupboard. Nobody knows they live there. (R)
8/52 The teams take it in turns to copy pictures, actions and displays of musical genius. (R)
2/13 Rattus plays a new warm-up game, which involves tasting some pretty revolting stuff. (R)
Topical news magazine for children.
37/70 Quiz in which contestants try to score as few points as possible.
Matt and Alex are joined by Rolf Harris. Meanwhile, Anita Rani investigates car clocking.
Weather presenter Anna Church learns how the region is coping with drought conditions.
1/6 An abandoned car is found smashed into a telegraph pole on the outskirts of Watford.
7/14 The teams must make a profit on wholesale goods, with Essex as their selling ground.
Latest national and international news, with reports from BBC correspondents worldwide.
The National Lottery Wednesday Night Draws presented by Jenni Falconer.
Oscar-winning musical about an aspiring singer who is sent to prison for murder.
Detailed weather forecast.
4/38 Meeting the children involved with an art project run by the Life and Deaf Association. (R)
7/8 The team look at how easy it is to become a victim of bank fraud. (R)
The senior UK investigator in the Madeleine McCann case speaks to Panorama. (R)
18/28 Finds include a 10th-century chest, the most valuable piece of furniture seen in a decade. (R)
3/25 Michael Portillo takes a rail tour of Victorian freak show hot spots. (R)
BBC One joins the BBC's rolling news channel for a night of news.
Thursday 3 May 2012