The Package Travel Regulations - are they fit for purpose?
BBC Radio 4 FM
With Peter White. New Dragon in the Den Hilary Devey, and eBay charges pushing up costs.
BBC Radio 4 LW
Consumer news with Shari Vahl. The market trader cleared of selling counterfeit goods.
Call You and Yours with Julian Worricker. Car free cities by 2050?
Consumer news with Julian Worricker, looks at plans to encourage us to build our own homes
The commercial success of Zumba and the latest on the Olympic legacy plans.
New ways to rate restaurants, and solicitors - Peter White finds not everyone is happy.
Shari Vahl looks at the new way fans can exchange tickets for music events and festivals.
How should the defence budget be spent? As troops are cut, can reserves replace them?
Consumer news with Julian Worricker. When is it too late to book a cheap holiday?
Winifred Robinson investigates the changes that have occurred in food since 1970.
Consumer news with Winifred Robinson. NHS Complaints System.
Consumer news with Winifred Robinson. What the public really think about their bank.
News of the World scandal: what will restore your faith in the UK press?
Chip fat flyer - Thomson Airways becomes first UK airline to fuel its planes with bio-fuel
Is the National Citizen Service the best way to involve young people in the community?
BBC Radio 4
Beijing Olympic online ticket fraudsters to be jailed - we hear how they stole £6 million.
Planning and retail productivity - does the High Street have a future?
Saving money or denying justice? How will government plans to cut legal aid affect you?
Andrew Dilnot talks to Peter White about his new proposals for social care.
With Peter White. Population crisis on Canna, failing Irish hotels and the art of camping.