Poet Benjamin Zephaniah discusses his poetry and we look into the children's book market.
Public Health White Paper - More Nudge than Nanny?
Does the paralympics need an overhaul ahead of London 2012?
The Health Secretary Andrew Lansley responds to your questions on social care.
Consumer affairs with Winifred Robinson. Dental contracts.
Consumer affairs with Winifred Robinson: the government's 'Green Deal' for home heating.
Call You and Yours - as temperatures plummet, how are freezing conditions affecting you?
Find out why retailers are under fire for how they recoup their losses from shoplifters.
Cuts to the school sports budget, the newest carer - a robot, and DIY classes for kids.
Will an overhaul of customer service help Dixons upstage its competitors?
Peter White on why some cut-price energy 'offers' are not what they seem.
How have you been affected by Ireland's economic problems?
Empty homes, the boss of John Lewis and the lucrative business of breeding labradoodles.
A housing officer reveals why tackling benefit fraud is just not that easy.
Why consumers love free-range and we mourn the death of the Sony Walkman.
Hear Care Minister Paul Burstow on the day he launches his Vision for Social Care.
Consumer affairs with Julian Worricker.
We investigate suspected breaches of competition law in the online hotel booking sector.
Does animal therapy really improve the lives of people with dementia?
Are sub-prime mortgages making a comeback?
Should long-term benefit claimants be forced to do community work?
Care in the UK: The launch of a month long season - how do we pay and provide social care?
Consumer affairs with Winifred Robinson. GP links with private firms.
Consumer affairs with Winifred Robinson. Are farmers powering the rush to solar power?
Renting A Home - your experiences. Call You and Yours with Julian Worricker.
Julian Worricker on how our attitude to energy has changed over the past 40 years.
Alan Titchmarsh reminisces about his You and Yours gardening slot in 1977.
Winifred Robinson investigates the changes that have occurred in food since 1970.
Dentists claim extra regulation will reduce time with patients and increase costs.