Julian Worricker goes to Bristol, where streets have banned cars so children can run free.
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Lost luggage, remote working, halal food, almond milk, restaurants bucking the recession.
Consumer news with Winifred Robinson.
Consumer phone-in with Julian Worricker. Is Britain an ageist society?
If you're a UK citizen living abroad, why are passport renewal fees twice as much?
Phone providers offer early upgrades more often. Why do we need them?
Housing minister Mark Prisk talks about the future of housing in Britain.
More than 500 GP surgeries are using premium lines to receive patient calls.
The NHS of the future. How would you renew and revitalise our health service?
The new tests to confirm the origin of British pork sold under the Red Tractor logo.
The house buyers scammed out of the entire cost of their homes. With Peter White.
How will the next generation get on the housing ladder? With Winifred Robinson.
The wind turbines that pay out more for generating less. With Winifred Robinson.
Julian Worricker takes your calls on the state of the housing market in the UK.
Julian Worricker with special reports and live discussions about the future of housing.
Consumer news with Peter White. Including army wives' pensions and ultra HD TV.
Why sales of antique furniture are down, and the npower boss on customers' missing bills.
As the Forth Bridge becomes a tourist attraction, what can Scotland learn from Sydney?
Is immigration really hurting the UK economy as a poll this week suggests?
Compensation for delayed flights after six years, and hunting down the email hackers.