Graham is joined by Oscar nominee Benedict Cumberbatch, playing Dr Strange in Avengers: Infinity War, Matt LeBlanc, playing himself in the final series of Episodes, actress Maxine Peake, playing a 70s club comedian in Funny Cow and Mary Berry and Claudia Winkleman talking about new BBC1 show Britain's Best Cook. Plus music from Calvin Harris featuring Dua Lipa, performing new single One Kiss.
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BBC One joins the BBC's rolling news channel for a night of news, with bulletins on the hour and the headlines every 15 minutes.
The latest news, sport, business and weather from the BBC's Breakfast team.
Angela Rippon, Gloria Hunniford and Julia Somerville present a series of investigations and topical reports into food and drink. In this episode, they investigate problems viewers have encountered at restaurants and ask why so many of the big-name chains are suddenly in crisis. Also, as a frustrated vegetarian reveals that a number of menu items listed as vegetarian are actually no such thing, the team explores how widespread such mislabelling really is, identifying the ingredients getting everyone confused and challenging a restaurant owner to put things right. Plus the restaurant gift cards causing red faces all round when it was time to pay the bill.
A three-bed town house in Staleybridge in Cheshire, a maisonette in Barnet in Hertfordshire and an end terrace in West Bromwich in the West Midlands complete with a potential building plot are all sold under the hammer. Martin Roberts, Dion Dublin and Martel Maxwell talk to the new owners to hear their plans, which will take between a few weeks and several years to come together.
Series following the work of probate researchers. Michael Buerk follows the team as they take on the case of John Powney, whose passion for music and vast record collection could lead to unexpected riches for his heirs. Meanwhile a mistake on a birth certificate sends the Heir Hunters on the wrong path in the search for beneficiaries to Alan John Lewis's estate, but their hard work pays off when they ultimately find over 70 heirs.
Consumer programme. Matt Allwright joins the ranks of Britain's housing officers to search out bad landlords, tackle problem properties, deal with the consequences of nightmare neighbours and come to the rescue of tenants in need. Matt helps a housing officer assist a tenant whose hoarding habit is threatening to spiral out of control, causing problems for both himself and his neighbours. An escalating neighbour dispute in Suffolk drags housing officer Andrew Weavers to an estate in Stowmarket.
Series 43 Episode 14: Brackley
Christina Trevanion is at the helm as the hunt for bargains heads to the Brackley Antique Cellar. Two best friends compete against a father and son to buy three items in the hopes of making the largest profit at auction in Newbury. Providing a helping hand to the red and blue teams are Charlie Ross and Catherine Southon. Meanwhile, Christina looks at some Wedgwood.
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Series 19 Episode 203: A Friend in Need
Ayesha gets entangled in a damaged relationship between two neighbours. Mrs Tembe sets a task to the staff, and Karen tries to get through to James.
Comedy drama. George has a new noisy neighbour, and it is the occupant of the house up the road that he wanted to buy, and the seat of his childhood memories. When it turns out she is keen to sell, George is faced with an opportunity and a dilemma. Meanwhile, Woody takes a shine to the new neighbour, and Shay cannot seem to shake off her new boyfriend from Sydney.
Series 18 Episode 47: Argyll and Bute
Jonnie Irwin is property hunting in Argyll and Bute with a couple from Ayr who want to invest their £350,000 budget in a property with priceless countryside views. While in the region, Jonnie heads to the shores of Loch Fyne and visits Inveraray Castle, one of Scotland's finest stately homes and ancestral seat of the Dukes of Argyll for the past 300 years.
An antiques expert, a market trader and an upcycler battle it out to make the most money for BBC Children in Need. In this episode, art valuer Kate Bliss, mouthy trader Danny Sebastian and aeronautical engineer/upcycler Stu Abbott head to Ludlow to rummage through its antique shops, scrap yards and flea markets in the hope of finding items that they can each turn into a healthy profit. When the day is done and they've got their items, they have just three weeks to turn them into cash. Who can grab the most cash for their dressmakers dummies, Danny or Kate? Has Stu bitten off more than he can chew with his ambitious designs? It's a race to sell, sell, sell before the time is up and their profits are revealed.
Series 14 Episode 43: Compilation
Antiques series. A collection of interesting and previously unseen finds from the show's travels round the country, visiting Muncaster Castle in Cumbria, the Bowes Museum in County Durham, the Grand Pier in Weston-super-Mare in Somerset and Norwich Cathedral in Norfolk. Experts include Paul Laidlaw, Caroline Hawley, Kate Bateman, Thomas Plant, Catherine Southon and Adam Partridge, with items ranging from an antique tipstaff to a piece of Bernard Leach pottery. Paul also takes a tour around Llanerchaeron in west Wales and finds out about the interests of the family who used to live there.
Quiz in which contestants try to score as few points as possible by plumbing the depths of their general knowledge to come up with the answers no-one else can think of. Presented by Alexander Armstrong and Richard Osman.
Matt Baker and Alex Jones are joined by Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall to discuss how to tackle Britain's obesity crisis.
Everyone is less than pleased to see Max - but why has he returned? Arshad's suspicions are confirmed. Tiffany tries to make things up to Whitney.
Series 20 Episode 17: The Way We Were
Dominic's romantic bliss is shattered when he is confronted by a ghost from the past. A dangerous old flame crashes back into Frieda's life. Will she break the rules to help him? And Sacha wants to be the perfect boss when Hanssen returns to work under his leadership.
Abi Morgan's new drama series is a multi-layered exploration of modern marriage and divorce seen from the perspective of a family of divorce lawyers. Hannah Stern finds business is personal when she leaves the family firm for a rival and ends up facing her sister Nina and mother Ruth on the opposing side of high-profile divorce cases involving a multi-millionaire sportswear mogul and a well-known stand-up comedian. If that weren't enough, her father Oscar returns after walking out on the family 30 years earlier, while at her new firm she finds herself back in the orbit of an old flame.
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Journalist Ellie Flynn investigates the 'rent for sex' trend, where landlords across the UK offer free rooms in exchange for 'sexual favours'. Having seen the staggering amount of these adverts that appear unchecked online, Ellie heads out to discover for herself just how genuine these ads are. Armed with undercover cameras, she meets landlords who post the ads to find out what they really expect in exchange for rent. She also speaks to young women who have taken up thes 'arrangements' and asks them how much consent they felt able to give when the alternative was a life on the streets.
Investigative journalist Ellie Flynn exposes a struck-off doctor who is providing Botox for young people nationwide. Researchers suggest that as many as 100,000 Botox injections are carried out each year in the UK, and campaigners report an astonishing trebling in botched treatments since 2016. Ellie's investigation takes her all over the UK to visit beauticians who - she discovers - are happy to give her Botox without her having a valid prescription. She has to tread a very fine line to avoid her cover being blown. Some of these beauticians may be connected, and Ellie has to artfully excuse herself during every appointment to avoid the possibility of being injected unlawfully with Botox.
Stand-up comedy from the Hammersmith Apollo. Funny man Jason Manford introduces two of comedy's biggest stars - Chris Ramsey and Doc Brown.