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.
Winifred Robinson asks whether IVF treatment should be available on the NHS.
Research shows that some NHS commissioners are paying over the odds for IVF treatment.
Insuring your home against fracking damage, popularity of real ale and CGI house-selling.
Is our demand for cheap food in supermarkets damaging farmers? Wth Peter White.
What the cold August and the hot September means for shops and their profits.
Consumer phone-in. Why do students drop out of university?
Shari Vahl finds out why a man was told to hand over a car he thought he owned.
Peter White looks at LPG fuel use in UK cars and the decline in British bungalow building.
Kings Fund report on social care, pacer trains, Karren Brady and the CAB 75th anniversary.
Inside Britain's most-complained-about energy company's customer call centre.
Why were so many girls were failed by police, councillors and social workers in Rotherham?
A 13-year-old boy with autism gets to go home, and who is the ice bucket challenge for?
How can a discount card end up costing you hundreds of pounds? With Peter White.
The company selling boiler insurance to vulnerable people who don't need it.
Thousands of students are caught up in an alleged mobile phone fraud.
Lending money to relatives is at an all-time high. What does that mean for families?
Technology in health and social care.
Police investigate a suspected mobile phone fraud that has affected more than 350 students
Consumer news with Winifred Robinson, inclduing the future of horse racing.