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Is building affordable homes for rent rather than buy the answer to the housing crisis?
A look at the King's Fund review into care services.
What's the next big thing in payment technology - could it be the finger?
Have you, or has anyone you know, been sexually harassed at school?
There are calls for tighter regulation of logbook loans.
Louise Minchin on fires connected to faulty tumble dryers, plus data allowance problems.
New statistics on zero hour contracts - are employee rights are being protected?
Credit scores, fashion backpacks, GP appointments, buying art online and Southern Rail.
New research suggests that legal highs are in widespread use in spite of the ban.
How are terror attacks and political unrest affecting Egypt's tourist industry?
Why have only four out of 22 companies issued with fines for nuisance calls paid up?
A new helpline is launched for women who buy illegal abortion pills.
Tumble dryer fires, laser pens, antique furniture, HMRC.
Consumer phone-in. Listeners' experience of how attacks have impacted their trips.
Why do terrorists target tourist resorts and what impact does it have on those countries?
Just how widespread is cheating at the Paralympics?
The woman paid to predict baking trends by watching The Great British Bake Off.
Retirement home fees, Opodo, urban living, chatbots, future of tea.
Consumer phone-in. Listeners' experience of recycling - love it or loathe it.
Winifred Robinson looks at modern farming with caged hens, plus the rise of Tiger stores.
Listeners' reports about shards of plastic left in baby food from a popular blender.
Will manufacturers voluntarily cut sugar by 20 per cent in children's food and drinks?
The care home contracts which make consumers pay even after the death of a loved one.
Consumer phone-in. Listeners' experience of dementia and how it's impacted on their lives.
Winifred Robinson on peat use in gardens, and what's the future for the former BHS stores?
How Portrush in Northern Ireland is being regenerated as a holiday destination.
Watching TV illegally, charges for dropping off at airports and holidays in Scarborough.
The cost of haircuts, young people and employment rights, and the Margate seaside revival.
A look at what UK tourism has to offer, along with the challenges it faces.
Andrea Catherwood on safe paracetamol use. And a fightback from the UK's seaside resorts.