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You and Yours Episode guide

  1. Flight delays

    The airlines using 'extraordinary circumstances' to avoid paying out for delayed flights.

    First broadcast: 14 May 2014

  2. Call You and Yours: Where Should You Have Your Baby?

    Where should you have your baby, home or hospital? Shari Vahl takes your calls.

    First broadcast: 13 May 2014

  3. How long should your washing machine last?

    Should manufacturers tell us how long they expect our appliances to last?

    First broadcast: 12 May 2014

  4. Cohabiting legal issues, University fees, Smartphone love

    Why some students are unhappy that their course is changed after they have paid.

    First broadcast: 09 May 2014

  5. 08/05/2014

    Complaints from home buyers about solicitors rocket. With Winifred Robinson.

    First broadcast: 08 May 2014

  6. 'Black boxes' in cars and dashboard cameras

    How new technology is exposing motor insurance fraud. Plus more with Winifred Robinson.

    First broadcast: 07 May 2014

  7. Call You and Yours

    Consumer phone-in with Shari Vahl. Would you walk for more than 20 minutes?

    First broadcast: 06 May 2014

  8. Flight Compensation

    We revisit people who lost their jobs during the recession.

    First broadcast: 05 May 2014

  9. 02/05/2014

    Consumer affairs with Peter White, including how to stop a criminal stealing your home.

    First broadcast: 02 May 2014

  10. 01/05/2014

    Consumer news with Winifred Robinson.

    First broadcast: 01 May 2014

  11. 30/04/2014

    Consumer news, with a look at NHS assessment centres, instant cameras and buying abroad.

    First broadcast: 30 Apr 2014

  12. Call You and Yours: Cancer Survival Rates

    Today cancer survival rates have never been better, but could early diagnosis be improved?

    First broadcast: 29 Apr 2014

  13. Equity release mortgages

    Consumer news, including big penalties for paying off equity release mortgages.

    First broadcast: 28 Apr 2014

  14. Free boilers, Unwanted paint, Delays in cancer treatment

    An energy provider is suspending its free boiler scheme, and the thieves who steal houses.

    First broadcast: 25 Apr 2014

  15. Tuition fees, Green Deal scams, Gap insurance

    The planned rise in tuition fees in England may not save the taxpayer any money.

    First broadcast: 24 Apr 2014

  16. Term time holiday ad banned

    An advert for a family holiday that can only be taken during term time is banned.

    First broadcast: 23 Apr 2014

  17. Call You and Yours: Who Would Be a Teacher?

    Who would be a teacher? Call You and Yours and share your point of view.

    First broadcast: 22 Apr 2014

  18. Britain's apprenticeship revolution - is it delivering?

    Are apprenticeships delivering on tackling the persistent youth unemployment problem?

    First broadcast: 21 Apr 2014

  19. McKenzie Friend, Holiday insurance, 4D scans

    Consumer news with Peter White. What is a McKenzie Friend, and why do you need one?

    First broadcast: 18 Apr 2014

  20. Ghost gazumping, Pre-pay energy meters, Super-rats

    Hear how sellers are asking more for properties, even after agreeing to final offers.

    First broadcast: 17 Apr 2014

  21. Student finance, Letting agents, Sex toys

    The students who lose their loan or grant part way through a course.

    First broadcast: 16 Apr 2014

  22. Call You and Yours: GP Service

    How good a service are you receiving from your GP? Call or email Winifred Robinson.

    First broadcast: 15 Apr 2014

  23. 14/04/2014

    Consumer news with Winifred Robinson. Bookies to be reined in by newly empowered councils.

    First broadcast: 14 Apr 2014

  24. Online car fraud, the joy of potholes, conquering coal

    Peter White on how cars that don't exist cost the UK £18 million pounds last year.

    First broadcast: 11 Apr 2014

  25. Charging your energy company a late payment fee

    Why banks use automated calls to warn customers about suspicious account activity.

    First broadcast: 10 Apr 2014

  26. Student finance, Credit cards, Repairing gadgets

    Why an error left a student in debt for a course he can't afford to finish.

    First broadcast: 09 Apr 2014

  27. Call You and Yours: Are you overweight by nature?

    Consumer phone-in. Winifred Robinson discusses if being overweight is genetic.

    First broadcast: 08 Apr 2014

  28. Power bills and buses

    Consumer news with Winifred Robinson. Record numbers complain about their energy company.

    First broadcast: 07 Apr 2014

  29. Energy switching schemes; Saving on cars; Indoor gardens

    How to save thousands when buying a new car, and assessing collective energy switching.

    First broadcast: 04 Apr 2014

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