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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.
What's the future for the public sector after the government spending review?
Marine Stewardship Council's blue logo, disbanded Quangos and learning language online.
Peter White asks how the rights of disabled people have changed over the past 40 years.
What the Spending Review could mean for jobs in the UK, with Winifred Robinson.
Call You and Yours with Julian Worricker - who are the middle-classes?
Consumer affairs with Julian Worricker. Are flood insurance premiums set to rise?
You and Yours marks its fortieth birthday month with a look back at the travel industry.
The spending cuts review, the low take up of social energy tariffs and electronic waste.
Peter White hears from the listener who caught a suspected conman on tape.
How much should students pay to go to university?
Julian Worricker speaks to the Health Secretary Andrew Lansley.
How did foreign exchange operator Crown Currency make it to the top of Best Buy lists?
Consumer affairs with Winifred Robinson. Asbestos in schools.
Consumer affairs with Winifred Robinson. New deal for young drivers.
Are too many parents using their children as 'ammunition' in divorce battles?
Join Julian Worricker as we celebrate You and Yours' 40th Birthday.
How overestimating Olympic visitor numbers can damage the hospitality industry.
Featuring the victim who tracked down an internet conman and got him jailed.
Winifred Robinson speaks to Dame Jo Williams, Chair of The Care Quality Commission.
Call You and Yours asks: does Oxbridge have too much influence?
Student accommodation, a Christian theme park and the X-Factor effect on kippers.