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Radio 4's Consumer Affairs Programme: Local Councils buying high street shops.
Consumer affairs with Winifred Robinson - could you spot a fake coin?
Baroness Warsi warned of 'militant secularisation' - is religion in the UK being eroded?
Energy bill confusion, using your credit card on foreign websites and infomercial radio.
After Bristol launches its own pound, we find out how other local currencies are doing.
The plastic surgeons accused of cashing in on the faulty breast implants scandal.
Battle for disability benefits, cash for old electronics, and can a magazine make you fit?
Should people be forced to become organ donors?
Cheap student housing, unpaid internships and 24 hour shoe TV.
Made for 4 Extra. Investigating the companies helping people search for love online.
A new future for parks, price rises for church weddings and Olympic job promises.
Better holiday protection, foiling the metal thieves, and an overhaul of private parking.
Featuring social care, faceless hotels, online ads, smarter working, and small investors.
With Julian Worricker. Listeners contribute their views on consumer issues.
Julian Worricker looks at a council-run broadband scheme in South Yorkshire.
The airline sued over its 'inaccessible' website plus new ways to save libraries.
Spending confiscated drugs money, the future of cars, and how 'telehealth' saves lives.
No win no fee legislation and the pull of the nail bar.
With radical reform of our police service underway, what should the role of the police be?
Chemists short of drugs, rear-facing car seats for children and how shops manipulate us.
Car dealerships in a downturn, the popularity of drive-thrus and the future of the A380.
Consumer news with Winifred Robinson.
Consumer news with Winifred Robinson. Why has Woolworths been so successful in Germany?
Winifred Robinson takes calls on the government plans to cap household benefit.
Councils as health police, Big Issue sellers and what not to wear at Ascot.
Park charges for fitness coaches, broadband speeds, and shoring up the Coliseum.
The drivers tricked by a car insurance scam and is our newest lottery breaking the rules?
Shari Vahl presents Radio 4's consumer affairs programme.
Has cosmetic surgery been normalised?
Nutritional therapists accused of dangerous advice and the new crowdsourcing websites.