Series 1 Episode 2: Health
Series in which Gregg Wallace and journalist Babita Sharma get the inside track on the latest tactics in the supermarket wars to help people stay one step ahead. In this edition looking at health, Gregg discovers the exotic ingredient being used to produce a healthier burger and explores spiralised vegetables, now a major health trend. And Babita examines how the public is being manipulated by food health labels.
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The latest news, sport, business and weather from the BBC's Breakfast team.
Series helping police across the country tackle everyday crime. The programme takes to the streets with officers from Greater Manchester Police as they expose the driving offences which put cyclists' lives at risk. In the studio, Rav Wilding asks viewers for help in the CCTV appeal.
Martel Maxwell talks to a 20-year-old developer whose fourth property is in Madeley Heath in Staffordshire, while Dion Dublin meets two friends refurbishing a flat in Birkenhead. Martin Roberts talks to twin brothers who have ambitious plans for a listed, derelict fire station in Paisley.
Documentary series following the work of the West Midlands Ambulance Service's mobile teams. The MERIT mobile trauma team are called into action to deal with a man who has been stabbed and hit in the head with a sledgehammer. Rapid response paramedic Ste Hill attends Dave who's suffered an anxiety attack while driving with his two young sons and Cameron McVittie travels to a factory to deal with a man who's dislocated his arm after falling from a great height. Paramedic Kathryn Davies visits a talkative OAP who's had a funny turn which is later revealed to be something more sinister, and BASICS doctor Mike Greenway is called to help a diabetic man whose low blood sugar has caused a hypoglycemic incident during which he's fallen and suffered a serious facial injury. Paramedic Jon Cobb looks after Parkinson's sufferer Melva who has a bad infection in her lower back, and Ste hands out tea and sympathy when he gets a late night call to Doreen, a pensioner suffering a panic attack.
Dom Littlewood looks at remarkable filmed evidence showing how police, businesses and the public are using new technology to catch crooks. A car driver deliberately slams on his brakes so the van behind rams into him, and a criminologist is burgled by a thief, but he soon discovers he has chosen the wrong victim.
Series 41 Episode 21: Newark
Antiques challenge. Tim Wonnacott is in Newark-on-Trent with two sets of firefighters making up the teams in search of bargains, guided by experts Catherine Southon and Richard Madley. Can they stand the heat, or will their enthusiasm be extinguished at auction?
The latest national and international news stories from the BBC News team, followed by weather.
The latest news, sport and weather from London.
Series 19 Episode 52: Manoeuvres
Ayesha gets frustrated when she isn't allowed to leave work to see her mother, while Ruhma worries about Shak. Heston isn't allowed to see Ruhma before they get married, and Rob asks new recruit PC Watson to check up on a protest.
Game show in which 24 players compete to score points by answering questions correctly. However, they must avoid the impossible answers, otherwise they will be eliminated from the show until the next day. In each episode there are three rounds, and the three highest scorers from each round play against each other in the final. The winner of this battle faces a £10,000 question.
Series 16 (45 minute versions Episode 51: Cotswolds
Property series. Alistair Appleton is in the Cotswolds on an unusual house-hunting mission with a couple whose £900,000 budget needs to fund two separate homes under one roof. Whilst there, Alistair visits a lavender farm in full bloom, before learning the essential skills of perfumery and creating a scent using lavender oil.
Junk makeover show. Sarah Moore looks for three things to save from the clutches of the tip crusher in Walsall. With the help of artisan Norman Wilkinson and master craftsman Jay Blades, Sarah hopes to turn a profit on her objects to return to their unsuspecting owners. Jay lends his flair to revamp a discarded chair from dull to delectable, while Norman uses old floorboards to add some class to a chest of drawers, but will all their hard work pay off?
Episode 14: Gloucester
People donate items to be auctioned off for a community member. Neighbours help out a man with narcolepsy in Matson near Gloucester. Paul Martin and Tim Weeks collect the unwanted items to sell at the event.
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.
The programme comes live from inside Buckingham Palace, hearing from Prince Harry, Sir Mo Farah and Liam Payne at an event celebrating remarkable young people from across the Commonwealth. Presented by Matt Baker and Alex Jones.
Patrick reels from events. Johnny does his best to help Derek. Things take a turn for Mick.
Series following high court enforcement officers. Sheriffs Lawrence and Kev face a very tricky problem as they deal with the repossession of a garage business. A mechanic bought a second-hand car engine that wasn't what it seemed - and when sheriff Alan Pennington visits the scrapyard that sold it things take a turn for the worse. And sheriffs Tommy and Craig take a high-court writ to one of Britain's biggest and most famous companies - but how will they track down the right person who can make the payment that the company's former employee is owed?
Series 28 Episode 4: Bristol
The DIY SOS team and volunteers in Bristol help to transform the home of 24-year-old Ryan, who has spent the last five years in hospital 50 miles away from his family, after a CT scan revealed that a build-up of fluid and pressure had caused brain damage. His devoted mother Rachel has spent the last five years commuting on public transport to see her son, and the family is torn apart. In order for Ryan to return home, the house needs a downstairs extension with all the bespoke care provision that Ryan will need: physio space, wet room, family space and the ability to access the entire ground floor. If the family does not get this work done, Ryan will remain in hospital.
The latest national and international news, with reports from BBC correspondents worldwide.
David Dimbleby chairs topical debate from Hastings. On the panel are Conservative international trade secretary Liam Fox, Labour MP Stella Creasy, editor-in-chief of The Economist Zanny Minton Beddoes, founder and editor of left-wing news site The Canary Kerry-Anne Mendoza, and LBC radio host Nick Ferrari.
Andrew Neil reviews the political week with Michael Portillo and guests.