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You and Yours Episode guide

  1. Smart meters, More delays for Green Deal

    What the cold August and the hot September means for shops and their profits.

    First broadcast: 10 Sep 2014

  2. Call You and Yours: Why do people drop out of university?

    Consumer phone-in. Why do students drop out of university?

    First broadcast: 09 Sep 2014

  3. Who owns your car? Lost luggage, raw denim and Moocs

    Shari Vahl finds out why a man was told to hand over a car he thought he owned.

    First broadcast: 08 Sep 2014

  4. LPG gas use; Car hire problems; Bungalow building

    Peter White looks at LPG fuel use in UK cars and the decline in British bungalow building.

    First broadcast: 05 Sep 2014

  5. 04/09/2014

    Kings Fund report on social care, pacer trains, Karren Brady and the CAB 75th anniversary.

    First broadcast: 04 Sep 2014

  6. Gold Scam; Customer Care; Kate Bush

    Inside Britain's most-complained-about energy company's customer call centre.

    First broadcast: 03 Sep 2014

  7. Call You and Yours

    Why were so many girls were failed by police, councillors and social workers in Rotherham?

    First broadcast: 02 Sep 2014

  8. Ice Buckets; Vacuum Cleaners;Thirteen-Year-Old with Autism Comes Home

    A 13-year-old boy with autism gets to go home, and who is the ice bucket challenge for?

    First broadcast: 01 Sep 2014

  9. Discount cards, Ticket agents, Dining alone, Elves

    How can a discount card end up costing you hundreds of pounds? With Peter White.

    First broadcast: 29 Aug 2014

  10. 28/08/2014

    The company selling boiler insurance to vulnerable people who don't need it.

    First broadcast: 28 Aug 2014

  11. Holiday rental problems; Private jets on the cheap

    Thousands of students are caught up in an alleged mobile phone fraud.

    First broadcast: 27 Aug 2014

  12. Call You and Yours: Should you lend money to family members?

    Lending money to relatives is at an all-time high. What does that mean for families?

    First broadcast: 26 Aug 2014

  13. 25/08/2014

    Technology in health and social care.

    First broadcast: 25 Aug 2014

  14. Mobile phone fraud; Airport charges; Ebooks; Safe to drive?

    Police investigate a suspected mobile phone fraud that has affected more than 350 students

    First broadcast: 22 Aug 2014

  15. Horse racing, Energy firms, Trains, Divorce costs

    Consumer news with Winifred Robinson, inclduing the future of horse racing.

    First broadcast: 21 Aug 2014

  16. Cavity wall insulation; Wine research; Good Housekeeping

    Problems with cavity wall insulation, and undercover research questions wine expertise.

    First broadcast: 20 Aug 2014

  17. Call You and Yours: What's It Like Being Self-Employed?

    Figures are at a record high - are you one of the new self-employed?

    First broadcast: 19 Aug 2014

  18. 18/08/2014

    New peak-time rail fares, knowing your neighbours and unlocking mobile phones.

    First broadcast: 18 Aug 2014

  19. Cavity Wall Insulation; Charity Shops Online; Click and Collect

    Why cavity wall insulation may be making your home damp.

    First broadcast: 14 Aug 2014

  20. University tuition costs; Green Deal chaos; New writing from people with dementia

    Have tuition fees made university the preserve of the rich? With Winifred Robinson.

    First broadcast: 13 Aug 2014

  21. Call You and Yours: Do you drink too much?

    Would warnings on wine and beer bottles help you to give up drinking before it harms you?

    First broadcast: 12 Aug 2014

  22. Green Deal; Airline compensation; £1 homes

    Winifred Robinson asks why the Green Deal Home Improvement Fund closed so suddenly.

    First broadcast: 11 Aug 2014

  23. Superfast broadband; Beating Himalayan Balsam; Beer gardens

    Peter White on the roll-out of superfast broadband and the invasion of Himalayan Balsam.

    First broadcast: 08 Aug 2014

  24. Plain-packaged cigarettes; Patient Choice; Boots

    Winifred Robinson asks if plain-packaged cigarettes could reduce rates of smoking.

    First broadcast: 07 Aug 2014

  25. Supermarket price wars; More complaints about Unicom

    Winifred Robinson on the curious case of the missing TalkTalk emails.

    First broadcast: 06 Aug 2014

  26. Call You and Yours: Can you retire?

    As we live longer and work more, do you think you will ever be able to retire?

    First broadcast: 05 Aug 2014

  27. Telephone bank scams, Night-time economy, Smart meters

    Winifred Robinson asks if it's time for the banks to repay the victims of telephone scams.

    First broadcast: 04 Aug 2014

  28. The New High Streets Minister; Broadband Cancellation Costs

    Peter White asks the new minister for high streets how to better support small retailers.

    First broadcast: 01 Aug 2014

  29. Affordable homes, nuclear waste and space age make-up

    Winifred Robinson asks why it is so difficult to build enough affordable homes in the UK.

    First broadcast: 31 Jul 2014

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