BBC Radio 4's daily consumer programme with Winifred Robinson and Peter White. You and Yours brings news, discussion and special investigations on a wide range of consumer subjects, everyday between 12 noon and 1. Topics include health, energy, leisure, retail and disability, and the podcast features the best of the week's programmes, with a new episode published every Friday.
Fri, 31 Oct 14
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Would you like to save your tattoos after you die? We hear about a Dutch company promising to do just that. British Gas are offering a free loft insulation, but are you going to be able to get it - we grill the company. Do these energy savings giveaways even work, a former energy minister and a free marketeer debate the best way to change the energy market. And could your 30-year-old banger soon be exempt from needing an MOT - we speak to the classic car buffs worried about a new EU rule.
Fri, 24 Oct 14
23 days remaining
Five years years ago the big French supermarkets took on the discounters - what lessons could Tescos and Sainsbury's learn? Also with Renee Zellweger's new look, we talk to Kay Burley's plastic surgeon about what happens to our faces as we get older. We could be ending our love affair with laminate floors. Linda Barker tells us about the carpets comeback, as a Kidderminster carpet factory opens its doors to You and Yours. And the RSPB and a countryside campaign group debate transparency in charity fundraising.
Fri, 17 Oct 14
16 days remaining
E-cigarettes are a regular sight now, but users are increasingly adapting and modifying them. We speak to one man who was hospitalised when his rebuillt model exploded and left him hospitalised for nine days. And the BBC's Price of Football report is out - we take a specific look at the pressures involved in buying football kits for children. And the worrying statistics from the Care Quality Commission about the likelihood of someone living with dementia experiencing poor care. We've also got a look at the place you spend a fair proportion of your life in - the office. Why some are so good they're giving workers a spring in their step even on a wet Monday morning.
Fri, 10 Oct 14
9 days remaining
This Week - many hospital trusts no longer supply ambulances to ferry people to outpatient appointments. But are they making sure the private contractors that replaced them are running on time - or even turning up? And we'll talk to the Cambridge researchers who have been tracking the cost of the food we eat for the past ten years. They've found that compared to food that's bad for us, the cost of a healthy diet is going up. And we're at the Paris Motor Show - having a gas about about the first mass produced hydrogen-powered car.
Fri, 3 Oct 14
2 days remaining
This week, what can you expect when you pay up front to have your work published? We speak to authors who are unhappy with Raider Publishing. And the Musicians' Union is involved in a legal row with The National Theatre over the treatment of the Warhorse Band. When it comes to live music in the theatre is out of sight out of mind? Kevin Core investigates. And the distressing subject of theft from parents. Can victims report crimes committed against them by family members they love?
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