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You and Yours Episode guide

  1. Capital gains tax, estate agents, DVLA problems

    Aasmah Mir looks at a clampdown on capital gains tax avoidance and problems with the DVLA.

    First broadcast: 09 Aug 2013

  2. Smart meters, hummus, diesel soot filters

    Stolen mobile phones, diesel soot filters, and Yotam Ottolenghi on why we love hummus.

    First broadcast: 08 Aug 2013

  3. Quick house sales, beards, pocket money

    Regulation for companies that quick-sell houses. Consumer news with Aasmah Mir.

    First broadcast: 07 Aug 2013

  4. Call You and Yours

    Julian Worricker takes your calls about staying at home to look after your children.

    First broadcast: 06 Aug 2013

  5. Turning shops into homes, a rise in student loan fraud and cola wine

    A rise in student loan fraud, and cola-flavoured wine in France. With Julian Worricker.

    First broadcast: 05 Aug 2013

  6. Fracking fears, electric car success stories, writing a will

    Sheila McClennon looks at the ongoing fears over fracking in the UK.

    First broadcast: 02 Aug 2013

  7. Electric cars, vintage TV adverts, the diet industry

    Winifred Robinson asks how much money councils have spent on electric car charging points.

    First broadcast: 01 Aug 2013

  8. Buy-to-let trouble, Thorntons turnaround, child tax credits

    A buy-to-let landlord was left with huge bills after a tenant set up a cannabis farm.

    First broadcast: 31 Jul 2013

  9. Call You and Yours: The UK housing market

    Consumer phone-in with Julian Worricker.

    First broadcast: 30 Jul 2013

  10. Energy market, the age of cinema-goers, rising water bills

    'Prices, Profits and Poverty' - MPs give their view of the energy market.

    First broadcast: 29 Jul 2013

  11. Olympic legacy, Transit vans, plastic bag charges

    Peter White looks at the future for the Olympic Park and Ford Transits.

    First broadcast: 26 Jul 2013

  12. 'Worthless' ticket guarantee; booking plane seats; parking charge victory

    How a tout sold thousands of fake tickets through major ticket websites.

    First broadcast: 25 Jul 2013

  13. New fines for speeding points

    An increase in fines for speeding points, and the rise in smartphone thefts.

    First broadcast: 24 Jul 2013

  14. Call You and Yours: Childhood

    What can be done to make life easier and happier for young people? With Julian Worricker.

    First broadcast: 23 Jul 2013

  15. Jessops stores eight months on, Scottish stamp duty scrapped, heatwave winners

    Six months after Jessops closed, what has happened to the 187 stores?

    First broadcast: 22 Jul 2013

  16. Budget hotels, airline charges, SatNav secrets

    Are Budget Hotels really 'budget', and why airline extras are good for consumers.

    First broadcast: 19 Jul 2013

  17. Self-publishing, the UK rental market

    Soaring temperatures cause long delays for commuters, and a look at the UK rental market.

    First broadcast: 18 Jul 2013

  18. Heathrow, mortgage growth, energy haggling

    Heathrow announces plans for a new runway. Consumer news with Winifred Robinson.

    First broadcast: 17 Jul 2013

  19. Call You and Yours: Hospital standards

    Consumer phone-in. Julian Worricker asks, what can be done to raise hospital standards?

    First broadcast: 16 Jul 2013

  20. House surveys, dementia dogs, email security

    Mortgage valuers claim they are underpaid. Insecure email accounts. With Julian Worricker.

    First broadcast: 15 Jul 2013

  21. 12/07/2013

    Pensioners targeted in bank card con and the rise of subtitled TV. With Peter White.

    First broadcast: 12 Jul 2013

  22. Football ticket prices, e-cigarettes

    Should football ticket prices be capped? And what's really in e-cigarettes?

    First broadcast: 11 Jul 2013

  23. Standing charges; a cheaper future for IVF

    With a look at standing charges and tips on when to buy a holiday to get the cheapest deal

    First broadcast: 10 Jul 2013

  24. Call You and Yours: Is it time to feel good about British sport?

    Is investment into sport creating results after more British victories over the weekend?

    First broadcast: 09 Jul 2013

  25. 08/07/2013

    Public image of lawyers, small privately run shops, and cycle chic. With Julian Worricker.

    First broadcast: 08 Jul 2013

  26. 'Step-free' stations, Euro power bills and food bank appeal

    Step-free stations, the perils of online storage, and feeding the UK's hungry.

    First broadcast: 05 Jul 2013

  27. A better mobile phone contract, and a celebration of the telegram

    Product placement, how to save on your mobile contract, and the history of the telegram.

    First broadcast: 04 Jul 2013

  28. Selling customer data, vitamins, holidays without a guidebook

    Surveyor shortage, Spanish sales and borrowing a dog. Consumer news with Aasmah Mir.

    First broadcast: 03 Jul 2013

  29. Call You and Yours: Will the future be Local Council PLC?

    How are councils responding to cuts and how is that affecting you? With Julian Worricker.

    First broadcast: 02 Jul 2013

  30. Mobile phone hackers, fear of flying, seaweed as fuel

    Julian Worricker hears about the hackers who steal information from your smartphone.

    First broadcast: 01 Jul 2013

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