The latest news, sport, business and weather from the BBC's Breakfast team.
Including Man City v QPR, West Ham v Fulham, Swansea v Sunderland and Tottenham v Norwich. (R)
Andrew's guests include George Osborne, Sir Michael Wilshaw and Chuka Umunna.
10/19 Samira Ahmed hosts debates on squatting, foreign aid and older women on television.
Ellie Harrison investigates the four lighthouses on the coast at Dungeness. (R)
National and international news from the BBC.
Jake Humphrey introduces live coverage of the Belgian Grand Prix at Spa-Francorchamps.
1/36 A special edition of sports quiz featuring a panel of Olympic gold medallists. (R)
3/3 Documentary taking a look at whales and dolphins, nature's supreme vocalists. (R)
Aled Jones introduces hymns from the Old Royal Naval College Chapel in Greenwich.
3/5 While Prem awaits the vaccination unit, Todd is certain that only he can save the village. (R)
The latest national and international news stories from the BBC.
The latest news, sport, weather and features from the South of England.
3/3 Paul Martin travels to the Norman fortress of Berkeley Castle in Gloucestershire.
Matt Baker learns what is being done to halt the decline in the hedgehog population.
A beautiful young girl is found dead in a car owned by prominent local aristocrats.
Latest national and international news, with reports from BBC correspondents worldwide.
Highlights of Liverpool v Arsenal, Man Utd v Southampton and Newcastle v Aston Villa.
3/6 Liam's plans to make some extra money by giving personal training lessons quickly go awry. (R)
Sir Patrick Moore discusses what the NASA rover Curiosity will be doing on Mars.
Detailed weather forecast.
2/3 In the heart of the Amazon, Dr George McGavin and the team discover some new species.
46/52 Serena and Ric clash over a transplant case. Jonny tries to fix up a date for Mo. (R)
1/4 An ordinary day for beat cop Sav turns into a nightmare. (R)
1/2 The story of the 2011 riots in the words of the rioters themselves. (R)
BBC One joins the BBC's rolling news channel for a night of news.
Monday 3 September 2012