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How to avoid costly impulse online purchases. BT's new battle with the nuisance callers.
A new documentary debunks the health benefits of the clean eating diet trend.
The tradition of asking a father's permission to marry his daughter.
Chips with everything: What is the Internet of Things and do we want it in our homes?
Call You & Yours: What's your experience of the NHS in winter? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Doctors in Northern Ireland are threatening to quit the NHS.
Delays getting new dentists into the NHS. How Chester's become an accessibility champion.
Easybus complaints, supermarket price wars in 2017, and why are pooches getting podgy?
A benefits assessor tells You & Yours why she thinks people are wrongly turned down.
Callers share their experiences of dreaming a new dream later in life.
Peter White explores how you should make the most of life when you are older.
Twitter complaints, consumer trends, learning an instrument.
City funds prepare to go on a build-to-rent binge.
How has gambling affected you?
You & Yours investigates how punters have few consumer rights in the UK gambling market.
How mobile phone numbers are being used to steal money from people's bank accounts.
Hospital lawyers; 1970s food; Brent Cross shopping centre; Mozart sales.
Nearly half of the water companies in England and Wales are getting more complaints.
The government review into home energy improvements. And how audio books are put together.
Do strikes work? Callers discuss their experiences with industrial action.
A look at hotel investments that go wrong and how to make high streets successful.
The team look at how the unregulated will writing market is open to abuse.
Consumer affairs programme. Hepatitis C treatments; online grooming.
An investigation finds alleged mistreatment of workers at a JD Sports warehouse.
What encourages you to give to charity, and what turns you off?
How many people have taken up a new basic bank account? Plus a landmark for U3A.
Radio 4's consumer affairs programme.
New energy credit figures. Sherry makes a comeback. Rent to own alternatives.
Two spooks from GCHQ reveal the secrets behind cracking the code of their new puzzle book.
How important is it to have a clean house?