Consumer affairs programme.
A look at the airlines cramming more seats into economy cabins.
The court charges denying crime victims compensation, plus Jamie Oliver and sugar.
Poundland CEO Jim McCarthy talks about future plans after 99p Stores merger gets go-ahead.
Melanie Abbott asks whether listeners are drinking more than is good for them.
A look at whether rent changes on the New Era Estate could work in other parts of the UK.
Peter White talks about opencast coal mining and the mortgages that need a low deposit.
Charities 'bury' details about senior staff pay, despite being told to be more transparent
Listeners air their views on online dating apps.
A look at what happens to donations if a charity goes bust.
Peter White hears concerns about Gumtree and looks at the hygiene of tattoo parlours.
Green Deal vouchers - without the right guarantee, you may not get your cash back.
Can home-baking be cheaper than shop-bought? Plus the incentives offered by universities.
With fees and living costs now estimated at £21,000, is university affordable?
Why the supermarkets think people will be eating lobster this Christmas.
Peter White discusses a new kind of healthcare job proposed for the NHS in England.
Claims management company The Hearing Clinic in Derby is fined for making nuisance calls.
The car rentals that cost hundreds of pounds more for an airport pick-up.
Winifred Robinson asks: 'How has the Calais migrant crisis affected you?'.
A magistrate explains why he thinks the criminal courts charge is failing people.
Employment tribunals, sending money abroad and the voices of supermarket checkouts.
How charities share donor data, and Unicom is fined for mis-selling phone contracts.
Turning off street lights, the popularity of bottled water, and home-swapping holidays.
Has there been a difference in mental health services? With Winifred Robinson.
Stories from parents who didn't back up their phones and lost pictures of their children.