The latest news, sport, business and weather from the BBC's Breakfast team.
1/21 The detectives have to break some tragic news. A pensioner goes on the trip of a lifetime.
Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander view properties in Margate and Bournemouth.
4/15 Matt hears how a retired postman had his savings taken away by boiler-room conmen.
64/75 Amanda Dickson wants to organise a treat for her husband's fiftieth birthday.
31/32 Tim Wonnacott and experts David Barby and Thomas Plant visit Peterborough.
National and international news stories from the BBC News team, followed by weather.
The latest news, sport and weather for Yorkshire.
153/221 A recently divorced woman invites Chris along to her daughter's Nativity performance.
29/79 Jonnie Irwin tackles another house hunting mission armed with a budget of £320,000.
9/10 The students fight to hang on to their parts in the end-of-year show.
2/20 Anna from Buncrana asks if you can cure a jellyfish sting by peeing on it.
28/53 Dennis and his friends want to go to the Ratbucket gig, but they don't have tickets.
25/26 Voltar signs LOSE up with Metrotown's premier supergym, the Sweatorium.
9/26 Snowed in by an avalanche, the Mystery Inc gang take refuge in a strange old house.
Topical news magazine for children.
9/10 It is day nine at Pet School - and school's almost out!
4/10 Jennie Bond, JK and Joel and Mary Berry guest in a special edition of the quiz.
Matt and Alex are joined by national treasure John Craven.
Bianca's dedication to her job is tested by the appearance of an old enemy.
The latest national and international news stories from the BBC, followed by Weather.
7/8 The candidates sell products at WOMAD, a festival of world music attended by thousands.
Panorama Special revealing the impact of the current housing crisis engulfing Britain.
Latest national and international news, with reports from BBC correspondents worldwide.
The panel in Bristol includes Philip Hammond, Stella Creasy and Will Self.
Owen Jones talks benefits, strivers and skivers, while Mehdi Hasan rounds up the week.
Detailed weather forecast.
Panorama reports on why victims of the drone war are seeking justice in British courts.
Countryfile is deep in Gloucestershire exploring some woodland treasures.
5/5 The story of Swift, a five-week-old meerkat pup born in the Kalahari Desert.
4/25 Fiona Bruce and the team return to the quadrangle of St Andrews University in Scotland.
10/10 Paul Martin meets a team of master cutlers in a Sheffield scissor factory.
BBC One joins the BBC's rolling news channel for a night of news.
Friday 14 December 2012