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You and Yours Episode guide

  1. 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

  2. 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

  3. Tesco; Doctors' Wages

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

    First broadcast: 22 Oct 2014

  4. 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

  5. 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

  6. 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

  7. 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

  8. 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

  9. Call You and Yours: Should NHS workers be banned from striking?

    Should NHS workers be banned from striking? Winifred Robinson takes your calls and emails.

    First broadcast: 14 Oct 2014

  10. Best office; Bank scams; Care Quality Commission

    Care watchdog says nine out of ten dementia sufferers are likely to experience poor care.

    First broadcast: 13 Oct 2014

  11. Scam Jobs; Industrial Deafness; Boilers; Kindle Unlimited

    Why scam jobs appear on legitimate websites and the rise in claims for industrial deafness

    First broadcast: 10 Oct 2014

  12. Revisiting the Floods Nine Months On; Why Chilli Sauce Is So Popular

    Looking at the lack of protection for older people who have money stolen by family members

    First broadcast: 09 Oct 2014

  13. Care Homes Fire; Green Energy Fraud; Packed Lunches; Botton; Hospital Appointments

    Consumer news, including reports on care home fires, and fraud linked to the Green Deal.

    First broadcast: 08 Oct 2014

  14. Call You and Yours: How easy is it to get good quality care for your parents or relatives?

    How easy did you find it to get good quality care for your elderly parents or relatives?

    First broadcast: 07 Oct 2014

  15. Could the living wage transform care in the UK?

    Living wage, hydrogen cars, bare-faced cheek, beard transplants and Wonga woes.

    First broadcast: 06 Oct 2014

  16. Access to Work

    Access to Work delays and a warning about vets overprescribing antibiotics for pets.

    First broadcast: 03 Oct 2014

  17. Family Thieves, Wonga, Building Fund

    Winifred Robinson hears how thousands of Wonga customers are having their debt written off

    First broadcast: 02 Oct 2014

  18. Call You and Yours: How easy is it to see your GP?

    Consumer phone-in. How easy is it for you to see your GP?

    First broadcast: 30 Sep 2014

  19. Publishing scam; Compensation for delayed flights

    Winifred Robinson looks at the latest on compensation for delayed airline passengers.

    First broadcast: 29 Sep 2014

  20. Pet Pre-Nups; Customer Complaints; Private Tuition

    Consumer news with Peter White. Should couples agree in advance who gets custody of pets?

    First broadcast: 26 Sep 2014

  21. Why are motorway services so expensive?

    Robbing Mum: A charity reports a rise in family members conning cash from the elderly.

    First broadcast: 25 Sep 2014

  22. Scrapping Pedestrianised Streets; Computer Blackmail; Green Deal Fund; Cabin Baggage

    Pedestrianised streets were supposed to attract shoppers, so why are some being scrapped?

    First broadcast: 24 Sep 2014

  23. Call You and Yours: Why are we shopping a little less at Tesco?

    Why are we shopping a little less at Tesco? Presented by Winifred Robinson.

    First broadcast: 23 Sep 2014

  24. Flood Insurance; White Collar Boxing; In-Flight Movies

    Why would one woman's flood insurance treble ahead of a new deal to keep the cost down?

    First broadcast: 22 Sep 2014

  25. Scottish Consumers - What Next?; Reluctant Teen Apprentices; Recovering Shoplifting Debt

    With Peter White. Scotland has decided, but where does this leave consumers?

    First broadcast: 19 Sep 2014

  26. Debt Letters; GP Reform; Pension Liberation; Unworn School Uniform

    Winifred Robinson explores how the big six energy firms differ on debt letters.

    First broadcast: 18 Sep 2014

  27. Copycat websites, British designers, Dogs' homes

    How are UK dogs' homes making ends meet? Presented by Winifred Robinson.

    First broadcast: 17 Sep 2014

  28. Call You and Yours: Should IVF be available on the NHS?

    Winifred Robinson asks whether IVF treatment should be available on the NHS.

    First broadcast: 16 Sep 2014

  29. IVF costs; Sir Terence Conran; Romance fraud; Phones4U

    Research shows that some NHS commissioners are paying over the odds for IVF treatment.

    First broadcast: 15 Sep 2014

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