The latest news, sport, business and weather from the BBC's Breakfast team.
4/25 The heir hunters are trying to find relatives of Margaret Snare, who died aged 85 in 2010.
64/100 Martin and Lucy visit a garage plot in Derby, a home in Kent and a semi in Lancashire. (R)
9/15 Dom is called in by a man who is disputing his phone bill.
19/74 Diane Mills wants to make some home improvements, but will she part with her memorabilia? (R)
25/32 The antiques contest comes from Peterborough, with experts Nick Hall and David Harper. (R)
National and international news stories from the BBC News team, followed by weather.
Local news worth watching from across Northern Ireland.
12/221 Daniel struggles to meet Zara's expectations when caring for Joe.
54/75 Jules Hudson helps a first-time buyer who has spent more than 40 years in the same home.
4/10 Stefan fills a football with milk and kicks it into butter. (R)
2/26 Lockie struggles to solve the equation of what it means to be in a couple. (R)
Diddy Dick and Dom live in a pink cupboard. (R)
12/13 Ed and Johny go head-to-head in Tetbury's Woolsack Race. (R)
2/13 Erin has her newly-bitten brother in the boot of her car and plans to slay the Draculas. (R)
Pulling on what he thinks is a protruding worm, the Owl starts up a propeller blade. (R)
Topical news magazine for children.
37/60 Quiz in which contestants try to score as few points as possible. (R)
Stories of objects linked to the Titanic. The letter from the Relief Fund, Ronan Corrigan.
Matt and Alex are joined by artist Tracey Emin.
Roxy is left panicking when Alfie goes missing following one of Derek's jobs.
6/8 How flying with a budget airline can end up costing you more than a major carrier.
8/10 The team reinvestigate the 1983 abduction of 18-year-old debutante Barbara Linden-Warner. (R)
Latest national and international news, with reports from BBC correspondents worldwide.
David Dimbleby chairs a debate from Leeds.
Noel Thompson puts the spotlight on the week's hot topics at home and abroad. (R)
Andrew Neil with Michael Portillo, Constance Briscoe, Charles Kennedy and Harry Shearer.
John Sweeney talks exclusively to Ivan Glasenberg, boss of commodity giant Glencore. (R)
2/38 See Hear looks at the current status of sign language in the UK and across Europe. (R)
16/28 Items examined include a quilt believed to have been made from royal ball gowns. (R)
How the thousands of satellites orbiting the Earth have transformed the modern world. (R)
BBC One joins the BBC's rolling news channel for a night of news.
Friday 20 April 2012