The latest news, sport, business and weather from the BBC's Breakfast team.
Gary Lineker presents highlights from Fulham v Swansea and Wigan v West Brom. (R)
Ahead of the Budget, Andrew Marr talks to George Osborne and Ed Balls.
11/20 Debates on animal testing, the meaning of marriage, and having more than one god.
Joe Crowley goes on a journey along the western fringes of Scotland. (R)
Andrew Neil and Tara Mills with the latest political news, interviews and debate.
Tim Wonnacott and the team visit Alexandra Palace in London.
21/36 Phil 'The Power' Taylor, Mark Ramprakash, Sarah Storey and John Regis join the regulars. (R)
Jake Humphrey introduces highlights from the Australian Grand Prix.
Documentary looking back on David Walliams' eight day swim for Sport Relief 2012. (R)
BBC Security Correspondent Frank Gardner appeals on behalf of Back Up.
Aled Jones meets mothers including the foster mum who has cared for 93 children.
3/5 Esther faces up to her pregnancy and starts to explore her options. (R)
The latest national and international news stories from the BBC.
Local news worth watching from across Northern Ireland.
Matt Baker, Julia Bradbury and Ellie Harrison visit the New Forest.
20/28 Fiona Bruce and the experts pay a visit to the grounds of the Yorkshire Museum.
5/6 As the Annual Servants' Ball approaches, Mr Pritchard enjoys a romance with Miss Whisset.
Latest national and international news, with reports from BBC correspondents worldwide.
Andrew Neil and Tara Mills with the latest political news, interviews and debate. (R)
When merciless aliens attack the Earth, a dock worker fights to get his children to safety
BBC One joins the BBC's rolling news channel for a night of news.
10/17 Claudia and Danny review 21 Jump Street, We Bought a Zoo and Contraband. (R)
22/52 Working with Greg and Rafi drives Sahira to breaking point. (R)
3/4 Neil Oliver charts the life of John Muir, the father of the modern conservation movement. (R)
Monday 19 March 2012