This programme is for anyone who smokes and would like 2016 to be the year they stop.
Small businesses affected by recent flooding ask for a new flood insurance scheme.
Peter White and guests discuss housing, which is back on top of the political agenda.
You and Yours discusses whether Britain's biggest charities can save their reputations.
The pet shops are full of Christmas gifts, but which should you avoid giving to your dog?
We would like to know how you have coped with loneliness.
The man who has bought a ticket into space: when will tourists take off?
Peter White asks if bigger fines in food poisoning cases will improve restaurant hygiene.
How Japan is caring for people with dementia by keeping them visible and active.
We investigate the practices of private fostering agencies that make millions in profit.
Melanie Abbott hears listeners' experiences of the gender pay gap.
How much money goes to good causes from charity Christmas cards?
Peter White asks why more cases of fraud in the UK aren't being investigated by the police
Motoring journalist Quentin Willson explains why he regrets endorsing an investment scheme
A look at the trend for kitsch Christmas decor - how much is too much?
Shari Vahl asks for listeners' experiences of flooding.
Including a look at government plans to cut the feed-in tariff by 87% in early 2016.
Are social media sites acting quickly and decisively enough when sites are misused?
You and Yours investigates allegations of lies, fraud and forgery that unlocked pensions.
Consumer affairs programme.
Are we going back to our old ways when it comes to borrowing?
With reports about household energy bills, pet theft and room rental fraud.
US retailers and consumers are cooling towards the big discounts of Black Friday.
The latest on the VW emissions scandal and protecting cyclists from unsafe truckers.
Listeners phone in with their experiences of the police.
Researching suggests that 60% of UK drivers could be driving without valid insurance.
Including a look at problems faced by wheelchair users on buses and what can be done.
How might a promised fix affect cars caught up in the VW emissions scandal?
Delayed burials for people with dementia who died in care homes.