The latest news, sport, business and weather from the BBC's Breakfast team.
The team investigates the cases of Kenneth Wren and Jan Olszewski. (R)
72/85 Featuring a home in Teignmouth, a plot of land in Gillingham and a house in Manchester. (R)
14/40 Clive Holland meets a young family in Rotherham who got stung by bad building work. (R)
14/20 The family who cheated the system to build a property empire worth 1.5 million pounds. (R)
7/32 Tim Wonnacott throws the doors open to bargain hunters at Newark in Nottinghamshire. (R)
National and international news stories from the BBC News team, followed by weather.
Local news worth watching from across Northern Ireland.
70/231 When Cameron is taken ill, a desperate Trevor turns to Mrs Tembe for help.
5/6 Rodney and Uncle Albert have to do some clever plotting to get Del to the local surgery. (R)
19/52 Sam and Mark host as another two families battle it out in a range of hilarious games. (R)
12/13 When the monsters are left home alone, they receive a surprise visit from burglars. (R)
Jake and Laila choose their family holiday and set some rules for their parents. (R)
2/8 The cadets and their mentor, Rav Wilding, head to Kent to train with the Met's Dog Unit. (R)
5/40 Steve Backshall goes nose-to-nose with a monitor lizard. (R)
Topical news magazine for children.
42/60 Quiz in which contestants try to score as few points as possible.
Matt Baker and Alex Jones are joined by comedian Justin Lee Collins.
Tanya's efforts with Greg make her feel increasingly trapped within her marriage.
42/52 Chrissie gets increasingly frustrated with Dan organising her life.
4/6 The team enlist help from the local community to help a despairing family in Cirencester.
Latest national and international news, with reports from BBC correspondents worldwide.
Roger Cook discovers how a paedophile used charities to fund his school.
3/3 Alan Yentob examines the world of the concert pianist. (R)
Detailed weather forecast.
4/6 Neil Oliver visits the Isle of Lewis to seek out the last witness of the Iolaire disaster. (R)
13/16 Featuring the woman who booked a ski chalet that did not exist and a fake literary agent. (R)
3/20 The fraud investigation team are shocked by a scam that totalled nearly 200,000 pounds. (R)
10/12 Father Roddy and Father John Paul go to great lengths for Father Calum's birthday. (R)
3/30 The competition is too close to call between Charles Hanson and Jonathan Pratt. (R)
BBC One joins the BBC's rolling news channel for a night of news.
Wednesday 3 August 2011