Employment tribunals, sending money abroad and the voices of supermarket checkouts.
How charities share donor data, and Unicom is fined for mis-selling phone contracts.
Turning off street lights, the popularity of bottled water, and home-swapping holidays.
Has there been a difference in mental health services? With Winifred Robinson.
Stories from parents who didn't back up their phones and lost pictures of their children.
The remote places to stay at for free and other consumer news with Andrea Catherwood.
The top 10 flights which lead to missed connections, plus why there are eggs in wine.
The dangers of counterfeit cigarettes and the popularity of make-up tutorials.
Organ donation figures are down for the first time in more than a decade. What might help?
The evolution and impact of YouTube after 10 years of online video. With Winifred Robinson
Consumer affairs programme.
Who picks up the bill for forecourt thefts? Plus pricey 'green' policies push up bills.
Why a million under-eights have never been to the dentist and the cost of the consequences
How easy is it to get good quality care and housing for people with learning disabilities?
Will Heathrow still be the UK's hub airport in ten year's time?
Keeping people with mental illness out of police custody.
Why are festivals booking such old headline acts? Plus how far off is a dementia cure.
Does it matter if rural England could soon be mainly populated by pensioners?
Winifred Robinson asks what can be done to reduce loneliness among elderly people.
Can health screening do more harm than good? Plus a look at the library of everything.
A look at why women are charged more at the garage for repairs, plus dangers of high heels
Thousands of students are turning to payday lenders to cope with university costs.
As the terror threat level across Europe is raised, how safe do you feel?
A look at the Greek financial crisis and generating electricity by burning wood pellets.
Peter White on efforts to cut aircraft noise.
Holiday home fraud, haulage problems, student complaints and 'black box' car insurance.
Why parents with dependent children are not saving for their retirements.
Do you have a job but still need welfare payments to make ends meet?
Winifred Robinson looks at how the big supermarkets treat their suppliers.
Coping with the current cost of living, plus a look at confusing Npower bills.