As the terror threat level across Europe is raised, how safe do you feel?
BBC Radio 4
A look at the Greek financial crisis and generating electricity by burning wood pellets.
Peter White on efforts to cut aircraft noise.
Holiday home fraud, haulage problems, student complaints and 'black box' car insurance.
Why parents with dependent children are not saving for their retirements.
Do you have a job but still need welfare payments to make ends meet?
Winifred Robinson looks at how the big supermarkets treat their suppliers.
Coping with the current cost of living, plus a look at confusing Npower bills.
How criminals plan to steal holidaymakers' money, plus tattoo cover-ups with Jay Hutton.
Big changes are afoot in the housing rental market - what do they mean for tenants?
Has your accent ever helped or hindered you in life?
How do GPs cope when they have to take on more and more patients?
Naming and shaming energy companies, the phones as clear as a bell, renewable energy.
Charity fundraising 'in crisis', and smart meters that will not work if you switch.
Should the rest of the UK follow Scotland's lower alcohol limits for driving?
Listeners who have had cosmetic surgery relate their experiences.
How do NHS patients benefit when their hospital is fined for missing its targets?
Complaints from counsellors about an online register, plus cannabis farms.
A look at the report warning of a crisis in social care caused by budget cuts.
How do charities get your contact details to ask for money? Plus online breast milk shops.
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Topics discussed include financial abuse, Ikea customer complaints and Damart's marketing.