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You and Yours Episode guide

  1. Car Hire in Spain, Cashless Society and Squeezed Suppliers

    Consumer news, including car hire in Spain, cashless society and squeezed suppliers.

    First broadcast: 23 Jun 2014

  2. Funeral costs and competition on the High Street

    High street pressures between newsagents and Waitrose, and rising funeral costs.

    First broadcast: 20 Jun 2014

  3. David Cameron announces how the UK will lead the world in finding a cure for dementia.

    The prime minster and the first world dementia envoy on global plans to combat dementia.

    First broadcast: 19 Jun 2014

  4. 18/06/2014

    Ocado delivers blow to insurance fraudsters and Tesco drops tempting treats from tills.

    First broadcast: 18 Jun 2014

  5. Call You and Yours: Interest Rates

    The Bank of England has suggested interest rates could rise. How would it affect you?

    First broadcast: 17 Jun 2014

  6. Action Fraud

    Action Fraud, flexible fares, late payments, tidal energy, private landlords and evictions

    First broadcast: 13 Jun 2014

  7. Erudio student loans

    Consumer protection against the spread of Japanese Knotweed.

    First broadcast: 12 Jun 2014

  8. 11/06/2014

    Airlines seek legal backing on passenger compensation rules.

    First broadcast: 11 Jun 2014

  9. Call You and Yours: Can you judge a school by its Ofsted report?

    Consumer phone-in. Should you choose a school because of its Ofsted record?

    First broadcast: 10 Jun 2014

  10. Boiler Insurance and Football Stickers

    Are the elderly being targeted by boiler insurers and why do adults like World Cup albums?

    First broadcast: 09 Jun 2014

  11. 06/06/2014

    Title deeds, energy bills, mobile roaming, Brazilian currency, retail design and Birdseye.

    First broadcast: 06 Jun 2014

  12. PPI compensation and smart meters

    The latest on smart meters. And more compensation from PPI mis-sold by some banks.

    First broadcast: 05 Jun 2014

  13. What is really in your curry?

    Hidden ingredients in takeaway meals. A new breed of taxi firms. Plus more consumer news.

    First broadcast: 02 Jun 2014

  14. Insurance fraud and the future of the Caledonian Sleeper

    New record-breaking insurance fraud figures and a new operator for the Caledonian Sleeper.

    First broadcast: 30 May 2014

  15. 29/05/2014

    The patchy provision of IVF in the UK.

    First broadcast: 29 May 2014

  16. Care in older age

    Winifred Robinson explores how the Care Act will change care in older age in England.

    First broadcast: 28 May 2014

  17. Call You and Yours - Student Value

    Are students who pay tuition fees getting value for money from their university?

    First broadcast: 27 May 2014

  18. Are electric cars the future?

    Are electric cars the future of motoring in the UK? With Top Gear's James May.

    First broadcast: 26 May 2014

  19. Pensions stopping people getting mortgages; and Royal Mail's redirection woes

    Pensions stopping people getting mortgages; and Royal Mail's redirection woes.

    First broadcast: 23 May 2014

  20. New advertising rules; Heating oil; Ebay passwords

    ASA rules on adverts see two firms face trading standards; and falling heating oil prices.

    First broadcast: 22 May 2014

  21. Waiting for Broadband

    New rules from Ofcom, the communications regulator, on fixing and installing broadband.

    First broadcast: 21 May 2014

  22. Call You and Yours: Mortgages and House Prices

    Call You and Yours wants to hear your experience of getting a mortgage.

    First broadcast: 20 May 2014

  23. House prices, banking standards and clean beaches

    Are mortgage lenders giving out too much money?

    First broadcast: 19 May 2014

  24. Renewable energy and the cost of diesel

    Solar farm and wind turbine subsidies. And why does UK diesel cost more than petrol?

    First broadcast: 16 May 2014

  25. Street Markets

    Have high street markets had their day - or can they revive a town?

    First broadcast: 15 May 2014

  26. Flight delays

    The airlines using 'extraordinary circumstances' to avoid paying out for delayed flights.

    First broadcast: 14 May 2014

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