Winifred Robinson asks listeners if their cancer was diagnosed at the first opportunity.
Winifred Robinson investigates the row over new laws for ticket re-sellers.
Peter White on solar farm subsidy cuts and mortgage problems on former council flats.
The latest on Tesco, working hours for the self-employed and house prices in 2015.
The mobile phone contracts that cost the equivalent of 48 per cent APR loan.
Winifred Robinson hears from listeners who have found love online.
Wholesale gas prices, supermarket price wars and running a small business.
New rules on pay day loans, tackling fuel poverty and a tour of the Dualit toaster factory
E-cigarettes, the vinyl revival, nuisance calls, and James and Jake Dyson.
How did you shop for Christmas? Plus how shopping in the sales was different this year.
Christmas rail disruption, pet travel scheme, nostalgia, and complaints handling.
The good deeds done by big brands: window dressing or a genuine attempt to help?
Why are there so many unwanted dogs in the UK, and how are they rehomed safely?
Could charging for A&E persuade people who use it unnecessarily to get help elsewhere?
The small, seasonal shops that are turning out to be retail engines.
Ads for broadband deals, how good are smart meters, and are Christmas markets worth it?
Christmas delivery delays, Audi oil consumption, and Facebook removal of 'gripe site'.
Consumer news, including an interview with Dermot Nolan, head of energy regulator Ofgem.
With Winifred Robinson. Do people treat you differently when you are older?
Are private equity firms suitable owners for care homes?
Another Green Deal offer is snapped up, more empty shops and why is loneliness a UK issue?
Payday loan companies warn against Christmas lenders. Live music venues facing closure.
Winifred Robinson tries out the latest frontier of gaming, Oculus Rift.
Consumer phone-in. Are you struggling with the cost of living?
Should there be better regulation of traffic in areas of natural beauty?
More investigations into pension mis-selling. Plus pubs that grow their own produce.
The two-year switch to a new energy company, and Venice's battle with wheelie suitcases.
A look at the councils putting people in need of care up for 'auction'.
Have we become obsessed with getting the best deal?
Are university students getting value for money?