7 posts about You and Yours on this blog
Tuesday 17 July 2012, 16:18
Editor's note: As part of the new BBC season, When I'm 65, Radio 4's You and Yours has been focussing on covering some of the issues around ageing in the UK today. Here, Ben Toone from the show picks out some highlights. PM
The season certainly opened my eyes to the issues affecting older people...
Thursday 5 July 2012, 10:40
If you're over 65, is it how you imagined? If you're under 65, how much do you think about being old?
Day to day I don't, but since working on the You and Yours Ageing Season called 'When I'm 65' I have realised that I'm actually rather apprehensive about being elderly. And my worst fears? Perhaps...
Tuesday 12 October 2010, 18:15
Editor's note: more quite haunting glimpses of our former selves from the You & Yours archive. We've now published all of the five episodes of the programme from the 1970s found in the archive. If you have a recording of an episode of You & Yours from that decade, please leave a comment to let us know...
Wednesday 6 October 2010, 11:22
So You and Yours is forty. Congratulations. The programme launched in October 1970 to give Radio 4 listeners advice five lunchtimes a week on 'everyday affairs from savings to sex, from holidays to health'. It swallowed-up older programmes such as Can I Help You, Listening Post, and You and Your Money...
Monday 4 October 2010, 12:51
Editor's note. Clare Walker's post about the You & Yours archive starts with a complete episode of the programme from 1971 which you can embed on your own web site. Click 'embed.' - SB.
Last month I took the train to Reading, hopped on the bus to Caversham and in a white bungalow in the leafy suburbs...
Tuesday 27 October 2009, 09:12
Paul Scoins, who works on You & Yours, emailed me: "I wondered if this might be worth flagging up... We've got Tessa Jowell on today to take calls on people's views on the 2012 Olympic legacy."
The programme looks like this:
Friday 18 September 2009, 13:24
One of my delights over the past few years has been following the so-called 'children of the Olympic bid'. If you've missed it let me fill you in.
These are the youngsters who back in 2005 played a key but little known role in snatching the games for London from under the Parisian nose. Aged between twelve...
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