Winifred Robinson hears from people who think TV Licensing's latest campaign is wrong.
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Winifred Robinson investigates why some councils want demolition of old housing stock.
Consumer phone-in presented by Julian Worricker. Is it getting easier to buy a house?
The hidden harm caused by hip implants, and the smartphone apps killing your battery.
Paying to block spam calls, reducing tax on tourism and the future of TV. With Peter White
Electricity smart meters, Spotify subscriptions and unadopted roads.
How the roll-out of the 4G mobile network could cause Freeview TV interference.
With Winifred Robinson. Should more be done to improve PE in our schools?
Michael Mosley looks at health advice on diet, drink and exercise.
Trading Standards on the latest horsemeat tests, and news for Mac Pro users.
Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall on saving fish stocks, plus insurance fraud and cut flowers.
The risks of a badly written will. Going without holiday insurance. With Winifred Robinson
Consumer phone-in presented by Julian Worricker. Can we trust the food we buy?
Container port wars, stopping dodgy food imports, and the fall in sales of probiotics.
The law prevents contact lenses being sold online without a prescription.
Consumer news. Winifred Robinson talks about how to change hospital culture.
Why BT still prints phone books, plus how much do hospitals tell us when things go wrong?
Consumer phone-in with Julian Worricker on internet safety. Do you have a story to tell?
Snooping on your kids online, and a water company charging for a service it never provided
Peter White on why Ironbridge is a better day out than the Pyramids or the Taj Mahal.