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You and Yours Episode guide

  1. Call You and Yours: Buying on credit

    Are we still too reliant on consumer debt? Consumer phone-in with Winifred Robinson.

    First broadcast: 01 Apr 2014

  2. What happens to a stray dog when you hand it over to the council?

    New financial products to cover care costs in later years.

    First broadcast: 31 Mar 2014

  3. Pensions, Panels and Ed Reardon's Sandal

    Solar panel problems, and Peter White meets Ed Reardon (as played by Christopher Douglas).

    First broadcast: 28 Mar 2014

  4. 27/03/2014

    Winifred Robinson has an exclusive report into doctor staffing in the NHS at weekends.

    First broadcast: 27 Mar 2014

  5. Rail links, Cancer claims, Free insulation

    Consumer news, including the man fined for claiming he could cure cancer.

    First broadcast: 26 Mar 2014

  6. Call You and Yours: Supermarkets - is it about trust or value?

    With Winifred Robinson. Is where we choose to shop based on trust, price or convenience?

    First broadcast: 25 Mar 2014

  7. Restoration levy for historic buildings

    The extra charge on theatre tickets which maintains historic buildings like the Apollo.

    First broadcast: 24 Mar 2014

  8. Coeliac Disease

    Consumer news with Peter White.

    First broadcast: 21 Mar 2014

  9. Co-Operative Funeralcare apologises for failing to embalm bodies

    DIY divorces you can complete online, and iBeacon software hits the UK.

    First broadcast: 20 Mar 2014

  10. Call You and Yours: Help to Buy. Any help?

    The Help to Buy scheme has been extended, but will it help you buy a house or move home?

    First broadcast: 18 Mar 2014

  11. Dangerous Mail

    Why Royal Mail destroyed a cycle helmet, and the electric buses that charge themselves.

    First broadcast: 17 Mar 2014

  12. Skin-lightening creams, betting shops, parental locks

    Peter White talks to gamblers about high-stakes fixed odds gaming machines.

    First broadcast: 14 Mar 2014

  13. Injectable tanning drugs

    Why some clinics ban IVF drugs bought in supermarkets; Is buy-to-let a good investment?

    First broadcast: 13 Mar 2014

  14. Dressing trendy teenagers, Portas pilot towns, daffodils

    Winifred Robinson discusses the cost of clothing trendy teenagers, and more consumer news.

    First broadcast: 12 Mar 2014

  15. Call You and Yours: Dangerous Dogs - Are Tighter Laws Needed?

    Should laws be tightened to prevent the dangerous dog attacks we keep hearing about?

    First broadcast: 11 Mar 2014

  16. Older Drivers

    How do you tell a parent it's time they gave up driving? Plus more with Winifred Robinson.

    First broadcast: 10 Mar 2014

  17. Cosmetic dentistry problems; estate agent's charges

    Peter White looks at cosmetic dentistry problems and criticism of estate agent fees.

    First broadcast: 07 Mar 2014

  18. Furniture complaints and high-resolution music

    Some music players offer high-resolution sound, but can everyone hear the difference?

    First broadcast: 06 Mar 2014

  19. Fuel filter blockages

    What's causing blockages in some diesel fuel filters, PPI claims and Paris Fashion Week.

    First broadcast: 05 Mar 2014

  20. Call You and Yours: The Cost of Childcare

    Childcare can cost more than your mortgage. We discuss the choices parents are making.

    First broadcast: 04 Mar 2014

  21. Changing the NHS

    Consumer news with Winifred Robinson.

    First broadcast: 03 Mar 2014

  22. Fraud by phone

    The extraordinary recording of a crook caught on tape by the man he was trying to fleece.

    First broadcast: 28 Feb 2014

  23. Cotton imports

    What UK retailers are doing to improve conditions for India's child cotton pickers.

    First broadcast: 27 Feb 2014

  24. Fraud by phone, cosmetic surgery

    Winifred Robinson asks if the government is doing enough to regulate cosmetic surgery.

    First broadcast: 26 Feb 2014

  25. Call You and Yours: Fast Fashion - Affordable or Exploitative?

    What are your priorities when shopping for clothes? Price, style or ethics?

    First broadcast: 25 Feb 2014

  26. Working in the cotton industry

    Winifred Robinson has the first in a series of special reports into the cotton industry.

    First broadcast: 24 Feb 2014

  27. E-cigarette advertising; Mortgage holidays; Rockers turned brewers; Rail compensation

    Peter White looks at e-cigarette advertising, and rock star brewing with Francis Rossi.

    First broadcast: 21 Feb 2014

  28. Bank switching

    Are the rules to make bank account switching easier really working? With Peter White.

    First broadcast: 20 Feb 2014

  29. Community energy, discount supermarkets

    How future wind-farm projects could bring a cash-boost to the UK's towns and villages.

    First broadcast: 19 Feb 2014

  30. Call You and Yours: Floods Advice

    What now for those affected by the floods? Consumer phone-in with Melanie Abbott.

    First broadcast: 18 Feb 2014

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