Consumer affairs programme.
Consumer news and issues.
What are the best ways to cure 'middle-aged misery'?
A look at applying for bankruptcy online, the retail of the future and greyhound welfare.
The Cancer Drugs Fund is criticised as not working well - the programme finds out why.
People in areas at a high risk of a flood are finding it difficult to get insurance.
Winifred Robinson speaks to the UK's anti-slavery commissioner about new legislation.
How has the internet changed the way you shop?
Spreading myths - butter sales are up, but just how healthy is it?
Consumer news, including care home complaints, foreign TV and airline fuel surcharges.
Why British pig farmers could be facing an uncertain future.
The gang that stole £5 million from small firms by selling bogus adverts.
Discussion on what people are doing to cope with the rising cost of care home fees.
Care home fees for people funding themselves are rising - what can they do?
Featuring flood flu, contactless cards, gift aid and the Food and Farming Awards.
Investigating a dental clinic that has left customers angry, in pain and without refunds.
An investigation into why Store First investors are not getting promised returns.
What was it that led you to feel less foreign and more British?
How are the solutions to the shortage of primary school places working out?
After the emissions scandal, will Volkswagen pay compensation to owners in the UK or not?
Cold callers will be forced to display their phone number under new government plans.
Winifred Robinson asks how social media has affected the children in listeners' lives.
Weightloss clubs are facing competition from health and fitness apps.
Is the smart meter rollout the mess one industry insider says it is?
A round-up of how the big retailers on the high street performed over the festive period.
Winifred Robinson discusses state benefits for disabled people who use aids in their homes