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You and Yours Episode guide

  1. Free boilers, Unwanted paint, Delays in cancer treatment

    An energy provider is suspending its free boiler scheme, and the thieves who steal houses.

    First broadcast: 25 Apr 2014

  2. Tuition fees, Green Deal scams, Gap insurance

    The planned rise in tuition fees in England may not save the taxpayer any money.

    First broadcast: 24 Apr 2014

  3. Term time holiday ad banned

    An advert for a family holiday that can only be taken during term time is banned.

    First broadcast: 23 Apr 2014

  4. Call You and Yours: Who Would Be a Teacher?

    Who would be a teacher? Call You and Yours and share your point of view.

    First broadcast: 22 Apr 2014

  5. Britain's apprenticeship revolution - is it delivering?

    Are apprenticeships delivering on tackling the persistent youth unemployment problem?

    First broadcast: 21 Apr 2014

  6. McKenzie Friend, Holiday insurance, 4D scans

    Consumer news with Peter White. What is a McKenzie Friend, and why do you need one?

    First broadcast: 18 Apr 2014

  7. Ghost gazumping, Pre-pay energy meters, Super-rats

    Hear how sellers are asking more for properties, even after agreeing to final offers.

    First broadcast: 17 Apr 2014

  8. Student finance, Letting agents, Sex toys

    The students who lose their loan or grant part way through a course.

    First broadcast: 16 Apr 2014

  9. Call You and Yours: GP Service

    How good a service are you receiving from your GP? Call or email Winifred Robinson.

    First broadcast: 15 Apr 2014

  10. 14/04/2014

    Consumer news with Winifred Robinson. Bookies to be reined in by newly empowered councils.

    First broadcast: 14 Apr 2014

  11. Online car fraud, the joy of potholes, conquering coal

    Peter White on how cars that don't exist cost the UK £18 million pounds last year.

    First broadcast: 11 Apr 2014

  12. Charging your energy company a late payment fee

    Why banks use automated calls to warn customers about suspicious account activity.

    First broadcast: 10 Apr 2014

  13. Student finance, Credit cards, Repairing gadgets

    Why an error left a student in debt for a course he can't afford to finish.

    First broadcast: 09 Apr 2014

  14. Call You and Yours: Are you overweight by nature?

    Consumer phone-in. Winifred Robinson discusses if being overweight is genetic.

    First broadcast: 08 Apr 2014

  15. Power bills and buses

    Consumer news with Winifred Robinson. Record numbers complain about their energy company.

    First broadcast: 07 Apr 2014

  16. Energy switching schemes; Saving on cars; Indoor gardens

    How to save thousands when buying a new car, and assessing collective energy switching.

    First broadcast: 04 Apr 2014

  17. Smart meters, Olympic park reopens

    Winifred Robinson on smart meters and the most complained about energy company.

    First broadcast: 02 Apr 2014

  18. Call You and Yours: Buying on credit

    Are we still too reliant on consumer debt? Consumer phone-in with Winifred Robinson.

    First broadcast: 01 Apr 2014

  19. What happens to a stray dog when you hand it over to the council?

    New financial products to cover care costs in later years.

    First broadcast: 31 Mar 2014

  20. Pensions, Panels and Ed Reardon's Sandal

    Solar panel problems, and Peter White meets Ed Reardon (as played by Christopher Douglas).

    First broadcast: 28 Mar 2014

  21. 27/03/2014

    Winifred Robinson has an exclusive report into doctor staffing in the NHS at weekends.

    First broadcast: 27 Mar 2014

  22. Rail links, Cancer claims, Free insulation

    Consumer news, including the man fined for claiming he could cure cancer.

    First broadcast: 26 Mar 2014

  23. Call You and Yours: Supermarkets - is it about trust or value?

    With Winifred Robinson. Is where we choose to shop based on trust, price or convenience?

    First broadcast: 25 Mar 2014

  24. Restoration levy for historic buildings

    The extra charge on theatre tickets which maintains historic buildings like the Apollo.

    First broadcast: 24 Mar 2014

  25. Coeliac Disease

    Consumer news with Peter White.

    First broadcast: 21 Mar 2014

  26. Co-Operative Funeralcare apologises for failing to embalm bodies

    DIY divorces you can complete online, and iBeacon software hits the UK.

    First broadcast: 20 Mar 2014

  27. Call You and Yours: Help to Buy. Any help?

    The Help to Buy scheme has been extended, but will it help you buy a house or move home?

    First broadcast: 18 Mar 2014

  28. Dangerous Mail

    Why Royal Mail destroyed a cycle helmet, and the electric buses that charge themselves.

    First broadcast: 17 Mar 2014

  29. Skin-lightening creams, betting shops, parental locks

    Peter White talks to gamblers about high-stakes fixed odds gaming machines.

    First broadcast: 14 Mar 2014

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