Julian Worricker asks listeners how they feel about the Olympic Games.
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How is the transport system coping with the first day of the Olympic Games?
Garden theft, the future of milk, and the Y&Y postal experiment. With Nick Ravenscroft.
What impact have the Olympics had on business? We ask firms in London and Barcelonan.
What can and what can't you take into an Olympic venue? Shari Vahl has a definitive guide.
Consumer phone-in with Julian Worricker. Is price the bottom line?
The county clubbing together to haggle for cheaper energy bills.
Peter White explores the cost of dying and why Sundays should be kept special.
Olympic transport, the police and mental illness, and the cure-all 'miracle' solution.
Do first-class stamped letters really arrive before those posted with second-class stamps?
Consumer phone-in with Julian Worricker on the package of investment in the railways.
Breaking mobile phone contracts, barring disabled people from buses and local shop parking
Bribery in the grocery trade and images of ageing in advertising. With Peter White.
The latest on O2's network problems, and should libraries ever get rid of books?
The future of social care in England. Presented by Shari Vahl.
Consumer phone-in with Julian Worricker. Working beyond 65 - who benefits most?
Nick Hewer on working at 75, Lesley Joseph on carers, and the UK's first hand transplant.
Dealing with dementia Dutch-style, and 'unhappy hour' at a Yorkshire pub.
Healthy convenience foods, and the technology making ageing less of a pain.
Busting 'health and safety' myths, ageing and exercise, the launch of YouView internet TV.
As Bob Diamond resigns, Julian Worricker asks: What's the future of banking?
Japanese knotweed, what independent shops are doing to survive, and why aging is good.