Northern Ireland Schedule
The latest news, sport, business and weather from the BBC's Breakfast team.
4/30 A worker is badly injured in a gas blast, and a young motorist is thrown from her car.
Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit properties in Devon, Wales and Shropshire. (R)
14/20 Joe meets a family about to tackle the renovation of an empty property on the south coast.
12/75 Katie Freeland hopes to fund a family safari in Africa. (R)
20/32 The teams compete to find the best bargains at an antiques fair at Aintree Racecourse. (R)
National and international news stories from the BBC News team, followed by weather.
Local news worth watching from across Northern Ireland.
103/221 Kevin risks losing his reputation as the 'cool' one in the family when his niece turns up.
1/10 Rodney's marriage is in trouble, while Del enters the world of satellite communications. (R)
1/13 A prank-loving emperor hosts a dinner party on Roman Come Dine with Me. (R)
14/26 John East suggests Lockie create a Board Riders Association to take his mind off girls. (R)
40/52 Leon finds himself stuck back-to-back with his arch-enemy the hyena. (R)
9/10 In the last of the semi-finals, three more crews must dance twice for the judges. (R)
1/5 The kids are put to the test in one of Indonesia's biggest toy factories. (R)
Topical news magazine for children.
27/70 Quiz in which contestants try to score as few points as possible.
With guests Lenny Henry and Robert Peston. Jenni Murray returns to her home town, Barnsley
Kat goes to desperate lengths to keep a roof over her family's heads.
7/30 Madi gets herself into trouble when she makes a pass at step-mum Sian's new love interest.
1/8 Sam Hunter returns to London to discover which of her colleagues set her up.
Latest national and international news, with reports from BBC correspondents worldwide.
Mark Carruthers review the week's political events from Stormont and Westminster.
Panellists in Manchester include Douglas Alexander MP, Susan Kramer and Willie Walsh.
With Charles Falconer, Tim Montgomerie, Nick Watt and violinist Nicola Benedetti.
Panorama investigates a world of cash on the doorstep and high interest rates.
15/38 A centre opens to help make the legal system more accessible for deaf people. (R)
1/3 A terminally ill mother of two chooses to plan and arrange her own funeral. (R)
19/20 How confusion over road signs has earned one council hundreds of thousands of pounds. (R)
19/30 The three remaining celebrities face their first restaurant service. (R)
20/30 The three remaining celebrities must cook a faultless two-course meal. (R)
BBC One joins the BBC's rolling news channel for a night of news.
Friday 5 October 2012