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Celebrity bakers Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood on the state of British baking.
Selling your clothes, cutting deaths among young drivers and attracting bands to your town
What the Energy Bill means for your power bills, and Christmas dinner in a can.
Consumer news with Aasmah Mir.
Aasmah Mir asks if the new Universal Credit could lead thousands of people into debt.
Can consumers make a difference? Consumer phone-in with Julian Worricker.
Your questions to the consumer minister, and where on Earth has your spare tyre gone?
'Poor' students denied free school meals, and the challenge of travel if you are disabled.
The signs that clutter rural roads and the rise of the 'own label'. With Winifred Robinson
Julian Worricker wants to hear your views on the BBC - how can trust be regained?
Getting more people on trains, the Food and Farming Awards, and the living wage.
Peter White discusses the man who lived without money and wants more of us to do the same.
Are interest-only mortgages the next mis-selling scandal? With Winifred Robinson.
Could a multi-fuel stove help reduce your heating bills? Winifred Robinson investigates.
Consumer phone-in with Julian Worricker. Why are so many children missing out on adoption?
Behind the scenes of the hair extension industry, and stopping the cowboy builders.
Consumer group demands protection for basic bank account, and what is a breakfast biscuit?
The 'party' cities embracing alcohol-free bars and the rise in energy complaints.