A row over where insured pets can be treated. And more mortgages for older people.
Consumer news. Ikea's solar panels, biometric passports, door-to-door fundraising.
Why Ryanair is taking on the travel companies Opodo and Edreams - not to mention Google.
Consumer affairs programme. The care homes saddled with debt and at risk of going under.
Winifred Robinson talks to listeners about debt and mental illness issues.
Shari Vahl on the erosion affecting our coast and the new role of pubs code adjudicator.
BHS suppliers, Checkatrade, NPower billing.
Concerns about an unregulated bank offering to pay people's debts using its own currency.
The lawyers who want Mckenzie friends banned from the court room.
Listeners - patients and doctors - say how they have been affected by the doctors' strike.
The bogus degree certificates freely available online for just a few pounds.
The cost of running - how often do you really need to buy new training shoes?
You and Yours is launching a new online guide to help listeners avoid fraud.
Recycling refusers - if you won't separate your rubbish, do you deserve to lose your bin?
What can we learn from the Queen's generation?
The online colleges falsely claiming to be British universities.
A look cancer waiting times and flight compensation. With Peter White.
The Fundraising Standards Board finds two charities have breached its code of practice.
Care home costs go up to cover the living wage, plus a look at Tesco's road to recovery.
Featuring discussion on whether inheritance tax is fair.
Winifred Robinson presents discussion on coping with once-monthly refuse collections.
Peter White looks at rising car insurance costs and the costly CCTV systems being cut.
Radio 4's consumer affairs programme. What next for M&S's clothing sales?
New gambling rules, email scams and gym technology.
Call You and Yours asks listeners what the new Living Wage has meant for them.
The mobile phones stolen using innocent people's names - what is being done to stop it?
Peter White looks at the Care Act one year on and Butlins as it turns 80.
Consumer affairs programme. Is buy-to-let still a good investment?
Britain's longest-serving nurse, Jenny Turner, talks about her 60 years in the job.
Listeners share their stories of how autism has affected their families.