Consumer affairs programme.
One in four teenagers is clinically obese. What might help?
Are food supplements worth it and what makes a conman's sucker?
A look at what is being touted as the world's safest bike, plus laser eye surgery rules.
Calls for more compulsory health screening for king charles cavaliers, plus new fuel banks
Is drinking in the evening harming your liver? With Winifred Robinson.
Why do so many young people say they are unhappy?
A look at the seaweed-gathering businesses that are behind new tastes in the supermarkets.
Concerns over the UK's smart motorways, plus greener fuels in the aviation industry.
The airlines still not paying compensation for delays despite new legal obligations.
Are you one of the million or so people who are looking after parents as well as children?
Tesco pays compensation for abandoning a store, and why is clickbait so popular?
Why are Britain's workers so unproductive? Is it threatening the UK's future prosperity?
How effective is compression sportswear? Plus London landlords get green light to AirBnB.
Shari Vahl with Scottish Power complaints, pet insurance and urban noise.
Is renting turning out to be the best choice for you?
A look at recycling in the UK, including plastics and food recycling. With Melanie Abbott.
Consumer news with Peter White. How do we unblock the housing supply?
The cost of e-cigarettes when regulations change, plus the pitfalls of buying a title.
How the NHS can fine itself, unclear pet food labels and the growth in organic food sales.
Will the Nursing and Midwifery Council's revised code of practice change NHS standards?
The value of the pink pound, and land sales in the Lake District.
Why are some disabled people being denied blue badges? With Peter White.
The future of the high street, A1 National Van Hire and recycling in prison.
The freelance delivery drivers being forced to work six-day weeks and bank holidays.
As personal debt levels rise, we want to know if you are spending money you don't have.