The latest news, sport, business and weather from the BBC's Breakfast team.
9/25 The team investigate the case of Evelyn Burgum and the mystery surrounding her life.
66/100 Martin and Lucy visit properties in Devizes, south London and Colne. (R)
14/15 Dom investigates customers' rights when it comes to dealing with double glazing salesmen.
61/74 Lorne Spicer and Jonty Hearnden help two sisters to move their 85-year-old father. (R)
27/32 Tim Wonnacott visits St Michael's Mount and discovers a clock with an important role. (R)
National and international news stories from the BBC News team, followed by weather.
Local news worth watching from across Northern Ireland.
17/221 Freya has a terrible birthday as she gets embroiled in her friend's strained relationship.
59/75 Alistair Appleton is helping a couple buy their first home together in Worcestershire.
9/10 Stef attends a deer cull to see where wild venison comes from. (R)
7/26 Lockie, Vicki and Egg are determined to ignore the fact that the kiss ever happened. (R)
Diddy Dick and Dom live in a pink cupboard. (R)
4/52 The teams take it in turns to copy pictures, actions and displays of musical genius. (R)
3/13 Magda returns, and plans to emotionally manipulate Vlad into giving her the Regency. (R)
A colony of pigeons settles on the branch above the Owl, and he must avoid the pigeon poo. (R)
Topical news magazine for children.
43/60 Quiz in which contestants try to score as few points as possible. (R)
Matt Baker and Alex Jones are joined by EastEnders actor Shane Richie.
Bianca struggles to hold things together when she is fined by the electricity board.
7/8 The team look at how easy it is to become a victim of bank fraud.
9/10 The gun used to murder a talented young boxer 15 years ago surfaces in an armed robbery. (R)
Latest national and international news, with reports from BBC correspondents worldwide.
David Dimbleby is in Romford, where he chairs a debate on the big stories of the week.
Noel Thompson puts the spotlight on the week's hot topics at home and abroad. (R)
A political review of the week presented by Andrew Neil, with Michael Portillo and guests.
Detailed weather forecast.
How the Falklands War became a model for subsequent conflicts in the late 20th century. (R)
17/28 Items in Scotland include a bowl believed to have belonged to Bonnie Prince Charlie. (R)
10/10 John Sergeant visits the town of Chesterfield, where he ascends the famous twisted spire. (R)
Ellie Harrison is in Hampshire, where she delves back into the programme's archives. (R)
BBC One joins the BBC's rolling news channel for a night of news.
Friday 27 April 2012