The latest news, sport, business and weather from the BBC's Breakfast team.
2/25 The search for Howard Soberg's relatives reveals his past as a submariner in the Cold War. (R)
13/80 Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit properties in Yorkshire, Weymouth and Derbyshire. (R)
12/20 Sophie Raworth helps consumers fight for their rights on the high street and beyond.
41/76 Beryl Bush hopes to raise money for an important donation to a local Scout group in Kent. (R)
31/32 The Bargain Hunt teams fight for victory at the antique shops of Lewes in East Sussex.
National and international news stories from the BBC News team, followed by weather.
Local news worth watching from across Northern Ireland.
141/221 Howard finds there is more than just love in the air at Fordbank Retirement Home.
17/75 Aled Jones heads to Dorset to help a couple move back to where they first fell in love.
21/26 Steve Backshall delves into the weird and wonderful world of parasites. (R)
26/26 As they prepare for the move to Sydney, the Leonards say goodbye to Angelus. (R)
5/7 My Life meets a father and son who are about to undergo a kidney transplant. (R)
3/13 The Speaker of the House of Commons and his team prepare for Prime Minister's Questions. (R)
9/10 Eden from Kilmeaden asks 'where exactly is the internet? Is it up in the sky?'. (R)
Topical news magazine for children.
64/70 Quiz in which contestants try to score as few points as possible.
Sir Bruce Forsyth talks about singing, dancing and Strictly.
Derek forces Tanya into an impossible situation, and Bianca returns from prison.
7/52 Jac is keen to impress the new CEO but goes against orders.
2/6 Celia and Alan decide to buy an extravagant sports car instead of an engagement ring.
Latest national and international news, with reports from BBC correspondents worldwide.
Simon Boazman asks whether Sweden's ban on buying sex would work in Northern Ireland.
Alan Yentob talks to musicians, composers and a psychologist about the power of music.
14/17 Claudia and Danny review Great Expectations, Sightseers, and Trouble with the Curve.
BBC One joins the BBC's rolling news channel for a night of news.
1/3 Neil Oliver explores the mysterious world of the Vikings' prehistoric ancestors. (R)
Revealing how thousands of Britons in 2012 are being forced to turn to charity for food. (R)
1/10 Michel Roux Jr promotes strawberries and James Martin campaigns for a watercress revival. (R)
Wednesday 28 November 2012