Should there be better regulation of traffic in areas of natural beauty?
More investigations into pension mis-selling. Plus pubs that grow their own produce.
The two-year switch to a new energy company, and Venice's battle with wheelie suitcases.
A look at the councils putting people in need of care up for 'auction'.
Have we become obsessed with getting the best deal?
Are university students getting value for money?
Unicom: An MP raises concerns about the telecoms company and the ombudsman system.
Report names supermarkets selling 'dirty chicken'; and a crackdown on fixed odd betting.
Who hears healthcare complaints? Plus would you buy a house that's the scene of a murder?
Have you struggled with loneliness or managed to work with it?
Mobile phone customers with no 3G service and Billy the Horse kept in a garden in Bradford
Are cuts to legal aid denying people justice? Plus the rise of the fan festival.
Banned goods found on eBay and Wonga struggles to compensate customers.
Cuts to the time it takes to change energy provider. And a new way to buy local produce.
Could grammar schools be the answer to the decline in upward social mobility?
The disabled claimants having their benefits reduced.
Warnings to those looking for love online and winemakers who fear cheap supermarket deals.
As Tesco closes its kitchen business, what now for the hundreds of customers affected?
Welsh watchdog orders more kindness in care homes.
Call You and Yours asks listeners if they would ever consider having weight loss surgery.
NHS Highland advertises in England for GPs to fill Scottish vacancies.
Peter White looks at hydrogen cars and whether supermarket loyalty cards have a future.
Lost and stolen mobile phones, self-build homes and online car sales. With Louise Minchin.
Consumer news and features including hotels charging extra for checking in early.
Winifred Robinson asks listeners about their experience of EU freedom to travel.
Consumer news with Winifred Robinson. Are we on the brink of a boom in new council homes?
Peter White on the criminals hijacking the phone numbers of companies.
British Gas says millions are missing out on free loft insulation. With Peter White.
Melanie Abbott investigates payday loan brokers raiding bank accounts.
Consumer phone-in with Shari Vahl. Are you happy with rail services?