West Midlands Schedule
The latest news, sport, business and weather from the BBC's Breakfast team.
2/5 Gethin Jones sees the progress British troops have made in Afghanistan.
Martin and Lucy visit properties in Cheshire, London and Derby.
3/20 Incredible police work puts a criminal family behind bars after a series of burglaries.
56/75 Aled Jones and Jonty Hearnden visit siblings John and Kate Stelling at home in Croydon.
16/32 The teams, led by experts Catherine Southon and Anita Manning, scour the fair at Ardingly.
National and international news stories from the BBC News team, followed by weather.
The latest news, sport and weather for the Midlands.
126/221 A DJ goes for a check-up during a 72-hour broadcast, and Jas learns a few home truths.
2/5 Nick and Mrs Smike, on the run from the police, meet a mother-daughter duo with problems.
7/10 Two teams design and then sell animal paw print T-shirts and mugs at Chester Zoo.
11/26 Egg finds himself caught in a bizarre love triangle.
10/26 Kieran pranks his best friend Braden into believing in a hypnotising video game.
40/52 Leon finds himself stuck back-to-back with his arch-enemy the hyena.
2/15 Can the contestants make John's pain perdu dessert?
4/21 A vigorous table tennis match sends Shaun around the world.
Ahead of the US elections, Ricky visits the nation's capital, Washington DC.
50/70 Quiz in which contestants try to score as few points as possible.
Matt Baker and Alex Jones are joined by Kylie Minogue.
Lola and Billy anxiously wait for word on Phil's plan to foster Lexi.
The latest national and international news stories from the BBC, followed by Weather.
4/52 Hanssen's leadership continues to be questioned. Will the doubters win?
7/8 Denise rises to her biggest challenge yet, and Katherine sets out to prove her worth.
Latest national and international news, with reports from BBC correspondents worldwide.
Crime writer Ian Rankin invites imagine... to follow him as he writes his next novel.
David Dimbleby is in Washington DC as the race for the White House reaches its conclusion.
Wednesday 7 November 2012