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  1. Horses on Housing Estates; The UK Bicycle Industry; Unlimited 3G

    Mobile phone customers with no 3G service and Billy the Horse kept in a garden in Bradford

    First broadcast: 24 Nov 2014

  2. Twin Peaks Convention; Legal Aid cuts; Vet fees

    Are cuts to legal aid denying people justice? Plus the rise of the fan festival.

    First broadcast: 21 Nov 2014

  3. eBay's restricted items and Wonga's compensation

    Banned goods found on eBay and Wonga struggles to compensate customers.

    First broadcast: 20 Nov 2014

  4. Switching Energy Providers and the Rise of the Food Assembly

    Cuts to the time it takes to change energy provider. And a new way to buy local produce.

    First broadcast: 19 Nov 2014

  5. Call You and Yours; Was a grammar school place your ticket to a better life?

    Could grammar schools be the answer to the decline in upward social mobility?

    First broadcast: 18 Nov 2014

  6. Romance Fraud; Illegal Puppy Trading; Bargain Wines

    Warnings to those looking for love online and winemakers who fear cheap supermarket deals.

    First broadcast: 14 Nov 2014

  7. Tesco Kitchens; Missed Appointments; Indian Sweets

    As Tesco closes its kitchen business, what now for the hundreds of customers affected?

    First broadcast: 13 Nov 2014

  8. Call You and Yours: Weight loss surgery - Would you go under the knife?

    Call You and Yours asks listeners if they would ever consider having weight loss surgery.

    First broadcast: 11 Nov 2014

  9. Luring GPs to Rural Scotland; Cold Homes; Ethical Jewellery

    NHS Highland advertises in England for GPs to fill Scottish vacancies.

    First broadcast: 10 Nov 2014

  10. Hydrogen Cars and Supermarket Loyalty Cards

    Peter White looks at hydrogen cars and whether supermarket loyalty cards have a future.

    First broadcast: 07 Nov 2014

  11. Lost and Stolen Mobile Phones; Self-build Homes; Online Car Sales

    Lost and stolen mobile phones, self-build homes and online car sales. With Louise Minchin.

    First broadcast: 06 Nov 2014

  12. Early Check-In Fees; Student Phone Fraud; Missing Care Managers

    Consumer news and features including hotels charging extra for checking in early.

    First broadcast: 05 Nov 2014

  13. Call You and Yours: Have You Benefited or Lost Out from EU Freedom to Travel?

    Winifred Robinson asks listeners about their experience of EU freedom to travel.

    First broadcast: 04 Nov 2014

  14. Council houses; Lone justice; Online subscriptions

    Consumer news with Winifred Robinson. Are we on the brink of a boom in new council homes?

    First broadcast: 03 Nov 2014

  15. Proposed changes to MOTs; Number-spoofing fraud

    Peter White on the criminals hijacking the phone numbers of companies.

    First broadcast: 31 Oct 2014

  16. Free loft insulation; Fox damage; Disability rights

    British Gas says millions are missing out on free loft insulation. With Peter White.

    First broadcast: 30 Oct 2014

  17. Hidden care home reports, Food allergies, Preserving your tattoos

    Melanie Abbott investigates payday loan brokers raiding bank accounts.

    First broadcast: 29 Oct 2014

  18. Call You and Yours: Are you happy with rail services?

    Consumer phone-in with Shari Vahl. Are you happy with rail services?

    First broadcast: 28 Oct 2014

  19. 27/10/2014

    Consumer news with Shari Vahl.

    First broadcast: 27 Oct 2014

  20. Anne Fine on Gender-Biased Books; Overcrowded Canals; Fare Wars

    Anne Fine discusses gender-biased books, plus overcrowded canals in London.

    First broadcast: 24 Oct 2014

  21. Disability benefits; School bus fares; Are we back in love with carpet?

    Should people with incurable diseases have to attend fitness to work tests?

    First broadcast: 23 Oct 2014

  22. Tesco; Doctors' Wages

    Why are comparison sites pushing duel fuel deals when single tariffs are usually cheaper?

    First broadcast: 22 Oct 2014

  23. Call You and Yours: Are you worse off than your parents' generation?

    Are in a worse financial position than your parents ever were?

    First broadcast: 21 Oct 2014

  24. Hundreds search for pensions they transferred after cold calls

    How cold callers convinced hundreds of people to part with millions of pounds in pensions.

    First broadcast: 20 Oct 2014

  25. E-Cigarette Fires; Timeshare Contracts; Shareholder Democracy

    Peter White looks at e-cigarette fires and the latest in the row over timeshare resorts.

    First broadcast: 17 Oct 2014

  26. Cyclists Filming Bad Drivers; Selling Homes Online; Plastic Musical Instruments

    Cyclists filming bad drivers, selling homes online, and plastic musical instruments.

    First broadcast: 16 Oct 2014

  27. Cost of Football; Water Company Debt Letters

    How the cost of replica kits for kids is rising at double the rate of inflation.

    First broadcast: 15 Oct 2014

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