The latest news, sport, business and weather from the BBC's Breakfast team.
Gary Lineker presents highlights of matches including Manchester United v Norwich. (R)
Guests include William Hague, Richard Gere and Nigel Farage. With Sophie Raworth.
Should protesters be sued? Should you be willing to die for your faith?
Andrew Neil and Tim Iredale with the latest political news, interviews and debate.
Matt Baker and Julia Bradbury are in Bristol, a city with the countryside on its doorstep. (R)
2/32 The teams head to the Royal Cornwall Showground, and Tim visits St Michael's Mount. (R)
6/8 Dr Turner manages to get Poplar included in the mass X-ray screening programme for TB. (R)
A compilation of the best moments from the first two series of the comedy animal show.
Nicki Chapman tries to help a couple find a house in rural Dorset. (R)
To celebrate 25 years of Comic Relief, Tim Vine launches a hymn-singing challenge.
3/3 As the chicks become increasingly independent, their parents continue to protect them. (R)
2/8 Steve Backshall is dropped onto the nest of a wild saltwater crocodile.
The latest national and international news stories from the BBC.
The latest news, sport and weather for Yorkshire.
Countryfile heads to the wild, rugged and dramatic landscape of Northumberland.
7/8 Cynthia tends to a diabetic bully who consistently belittles his wife.
1/5 When 14-year-old Hattie disappears, the residents of a small town start asking questions.
Latest national and international news, with reports from BBC correspondents worldwide.
Highlights of Sunday's only Premier League fixture, as Tottenham entertain Arsenal.
8/8 Craig Revel Horwood, Sheila Hancock and Jon Richardson send their pet hates to Room 101. (R)
Chris Lintott and Lucie Green are at the Kielder observatory to see how everyone got on.
6/13 The teams are tasked to run a pedicab ride in New York City.
7/13 The teams' latest task is to prepare a backer's audition for a Broadway musical.
Detailed weather forecast.
BBC One joins the BBC's rolling news channel for a night of news.
Monday 4 March 2013