A range of new formats and titles for BBC One Daytime have been announced by the BBC, with Kym Marsh, Dom Littlewood and RTS Bursary ambassador Ashley John-Baptiste all returning to the schedule.
Presenter Sabrina Grant will also be joining BBC Two Early Peak as a new addition.
On BBC One in the mornings, Dom Littlewood will examine the thriving home delivery industry while tracing the journey of online orders.
The true crime documentary Moment of Proof will be heading to BBC One Daytime, exploring police investigations and analysing the moments the detectives realise they have cracked the case.
Over on BBC Two, Kym Marsh and Ashley John-Baptiste will be investigating the rise in ‘romance fraud’ over lockdown with the return of For Love or Money.
In the afternoons, viewers can watch a team of experts reworking sentimental items into contemporary pieces on Saved and Remade (w/t), while aspiring B&B hosts are given help to transform their outdoor spaces into incredible holiday rentals on My Unique B&B (w/t).
BBC’s Head of Daytime and Early Peak, Carla-Maria Lawson, commented: “Relevant, relatable and inspiring content is the heartbeat of BBC Daytime programming, and this mix of new offerings aims to buoy viewers looking for trustworthy and entertaining television.”