Winifred Robinson asks why it is so difficult to build enough affordable homes in the UK.
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How raw chicken is being bulked out with extra hidden water. With Winifred Robinson.
As new licences are made available across the country, would you welcome fracking?
The Portas towns two years on.
Peter White on affordable housing and Morrisons scrapping its shopping trolley coin slots.
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What do children who normally get free school meals eat during the summer holidays?
MPs tell the goverment to reform 'gravely flawed' back-to-work benefit.
Winifred Robinson answers calls on the right to die debate.
Classic car cover, medical cover on holiday and what your handwriting says about you.
Seaside tourism is bucking the recession, expanding and providing more employment.
Top secret dresses: Why wedding shops are keeping it confidential.
Peter White investigates how energy companies use in-house debt collection services.
Should you be paying for some NHS services, and what would you pay for?
Why cold calls could be a fishing trip for your information, and are e-cars a racing cert?
How English sparkling wine is finally giving champagne a run for its money.
The websites that charge to find you a payday loan and Access to Work.
Top Gear petrolhead James May tells us why he has bought an electric car. With Peter White
Phone-in show on happiness. Should public money be spent making us happier?
More passport delays, new pension problems and the demise of the high street butcher.
Are technologies like telecare and telehealth the future of care at home?
The new frontier of board games - meet the game gurus.
Scottish anglers say fish farms are harming their catch. You and Yours investigates.
Consumer phone-in. Would you be better off with Britain out of Europe?