The latest news, sport, business and weather from the BBC's Breakfast team.
4/10 The neighbourhood team give marching orders to a man flouting Hull's no drinking zone.
5/80 Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit properties in Cheshire and Kent. (R)
4/20 Sophie Raworth helps consumers fight for their rights on the high street and beyond.
41/74 Angela Rippon and Jonty Hearnden help an art-lover to finance a new bathroom. (R)
18/32 The Bargain Hunt teams head to the Wetherby Racecourse antiques fair. (R)
National and international news stories from the BBC News team, followed by weather.
The latest news and weather from around Scotland.
133/221 Karen makes her feelings clear to Rob following his kiss with Driver.
Jonnie Irwin helps a young family with ambitions of grand country living in Essex. (R)
13/26 Steve searches a swamp at night for a rare and beautiful crocodile with a nasty bite. (R)
18/26 As if the failed kiss attempt was not embarrassing enough, Mel stays for the weekend. (R)
16/26 Izzy tries to convince her friend that they are on the weirdest double date ever. (R)
46/52 The hyena has discovered a magic spring that gives incredible strength. (R)
9/15 Four cooks take on John's poached pear, and make favourites including chocolate lasagne.
17/21 Shirley launches her victory shot - landing the farmer's missing welly on Bitzer's head. (R)
Topical news magazine for children.
57/70 Quiz in which contestants try to score as few points as possible.
The latest news and weather from around Scotland presented by Sally Magnusson.
Matt Baker and Alex Jones present a special show from Reading to support Team Rickshaw.
Tanya delves into the reason for Cora's behaviour and is stunned by what she discovers.
3/8 Lord Sugar sets the teams a challenge designed to hone their negotiating skills.
7/8 Jack Turner demands he be awarded the dam, as he possesses incriminating evidence.
Latest national and international news, with reports from BBC correspondents worldwide.
The latest weather forecast.
Guests in Corby include Chris Grayling, Harriet Harman, Nigel Farage and Tessa Munt.
A political review of the week with Andrew Neil, Michael Portillo, Alan Johnson and guests
Tanya learns the cause of Cora's recent behaviour. Has Billy jeopardised Lola's case? (R)
Detailed weather forecast.
Investigating the government's decision to postpone its controversial badger cull. (R)
Countryfile visits the Royal Forest of Dean, one of our most ancient woodlands. (R)
3/3 A house which survived an attack by Oliver Cromwell is threatened by structural problems. (R)
BBC One joins the BBC's rolling news channel for a night of news.
Friday 16 November 2012