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The commercial success of Zumba and the latest on the Olympic legacy plans.
New ways to rate restaurants, and solicitors - Peter White finds not everyone is happy.
Shari Vahl looks at the new way fans can exchange tickets for music events and festivals.
How should the defence budget be spent? As troops are cut, can reserves replace them?
Consumer news with Julian Worricker. When is it too late to book a cheap holiday?
Consumer news with Winifred Robinson. NHS Complaints System.
Consumer news with Winifred Robinson. What the public really think about their bank.
News of the World scandal: what will restore your faith in the UK press?
Chip fat flyer - Thomson Airways becomes first UK airline to fuel its planes with bio-fuel
Is the National Citizen Service the best way to involve young people in the community?
Beijing Olympic online ticket fraudsters to be jailed - we hear how they stole £6 million.
Planning and retail productivity - does the High Street have a future?
Saving money or denying justice? How will government plans to cut legal aid affect you?
Andrew Dilnot talks to Peter White about his new proposals for social care.
With Peter White. Population crisis on Canna, failing Irish hotels and the art of camping.
Why the NHS is paying over the odds for gluten free & plans to ban smoking in the street.
Winifred Robinson finds out why some GPs are missing the symptoms of early stage dementia.
With Julian Worricker. What price high speed rail travel?
Consumer news with Julian Worricker. Will electric vehicles catch on?
Olympic tickets second time around, an Australian mega-pub and the £47 bag of NHS pasta.
The RAC has been sold and the law catches up with a 'boiler room' gang.
Changing the way care is provided by the NHS and standardising the cost of church weddings
Should schoolchildren as young as seven be streamed according to their ability?
Visit Britain's new international TV ad campaign and smartphone overload.
If your children are drinking too much alcohol, could it be your fault?
Winifred Robinson hears which charities may be affected most by funding cutbacks.
Consumer news with Winifred Robinson.
At home or in care? Where's best for young disabled people to enjoy a safe and happy life?
The MD of Krispy Kreme tells us why the doughnut business is really taking off in the UK.
Tripping the light fantastic with Strictly Come Dancing's Ann Widdecombe and Anton Du Beke