Consumer phone-in with Shari Vahl. Are you happy with rail services?
Consumer news with Shari Vahl.
Anne Fine discusses gender-biased books, plus overcrowded canals in London.
Should people with incurable diseases have to attend fitness to work tests?
Why are comparison sites pushing duel fuel deals when single tariffs are usually cheaper?
Are in a worse financial position than your parents ever were?
How cold callers convinced hundreds of people to part with millions of pounds in pensions.
Peter White looks at e-cigarette fires and the latest in the row over timeshare resorts.
Cyclists filming bad drivers, selling homes online, and plastic musical instruments.
How the cost of replica kits for kids is rising at double the rate of inflation.
Should NHS workers be banned from striking? Winifred Robinson takes your calls and emails.
Care watchdog says nine out of ten dementia sufferers are likely to experience poor care.
Why scam jobs appear on legitimate websites and the rise in claims for industrial deafness
Looking at the lack of protection for older people who have money stolen by family members
Consumer news, including reports on care home fires, and fraud linked to the Green Deal.
How easy did you find it to get good quality care for your elderly parents or relatives?
Living wage, hydrogen cars, bare-faced cheek, beard transplants and Wonga woes.
Access to Work delays and a warning about vets overprescribing antibiotics for pets.
Winifred Robinson hears how thousands of Wonga customers are having their debt written off
Consumer news with Winifred Robinson.
Consumer phone-in. How easy is it for you to see your GP?
Winifred Robinson looks at the latest on compensation for delayed airline passengers.
Consumer news with Peter White. Should couples agree in advance who gets custody of pets?
Robbing Mum: A charity reports a rise in family members conning cash from the elderly.
Pedestrianised streets were supposed to attract shoppers, so why are some being scrapped?
Why are we shopping a little less at Tesco? Presented by Winifred Robinson.
Why would one woman's flood insurance treble ahead of a new deal to keep the cost down?
With Peter White. Scotland has decided, but where does this leave consumers?
Winifred Robinson explores how the big six energy firms differ on debt letters.
How are UK dogs' homes making ends meet? Presented by Winifred Robinson.