The latest news, sport, business and weather from the BBC's Breakfast team.
Andrew Marr is joined by chancellor George Osborne and the band Keane.
16/20 Nicky Campbell presents from Bristol and asks: is religion good for children?
Ellie Harrison goes on a journey down the remote Northumberland coast. (R)
Andrew Neil and Marie Ashby with the latest political news, interviews and debate.
12/25 Lynne Cornish and her daughter Debbie call in the team to sell some antique jewellery. (R)
31/32 Tim Wonnacott takes a look at the meaning behind George Howard's artwork at Castle Howard. (R)
74/100 Martin and Lucy visit properties in London, Sunderland and Somerset. (R)
Gabby Logan introduces reports and interviews from the afternoon's Premier League matches.
Jules Hudson is in Powys with a couple from Basingstoke looking for a four-bedroom house. (R)
Jeremy Vine discovers which programmes have delighted and disgusted viewers.
Eamonn Holmes is in County Antrim to meet artists and musicians inspired by the scenery.
The latest national and international news stories from the BBC.
The latest news, sport and weather for the East Midlands.
Adam Henson and Ellie Harrison go to Derbyshire and Tom Heap looks at falling bee numbers.
Danny O'Donoghue and Jessie J must say goodbye to one artist from each of their teams.
1/8 Richard Hammond and Julia Bradbury host this live global wildlife event.
1/2 Harry and human rights lawyer Anna uncover a sinister underworld conspiracy in Budapest. (R)
Latest national and international news, with reports from BBC correspondents worldwide.
Highlights of the day's Premier League action, including Newcastle v Manchester City.
Sir Patrick finds out how viewers got on identifying 55 objects in the April sky.
Detailed weather forecast.
4/5 Jeremy travels to Jamaica, where sugar made plantation owners rich on the backs of slaves. (R)
29/52 Greg is forced to confront his past, and a complaint is made against Malick. (R)
22/30 Anita Manning and James Lewis start in Horncastle and end up in Diss, Norfolk. (R)
4/25 Michael Portillo uncovers the gruesome details of the first murder on a train. (R)
BBC One joins the BBC's rolling news channel for a night of news.
Monday 7 May 2012