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  1. 20/12/2013

    Consumer news with Peter White.

    First broadcast: 20 Dec 2013

  2. Shopping figures; Charity letters; Christmas lights sabotage

    New figures point to our spending habits, and a husband pulls the plug on festive lights.

    First broadcast: 19 Dec 2013

  3. Charity Investigations

    How much do you know about the way charities use your money? With Winifred Robinson.

    First broadcast: 18 Dec 2013

  4. Call You and Yours - Christmas: Is it all it's cracked up to be?

    Winifred Robinson takes your calls and emails about the reality of Christmas.

    First broadcast: 17 Dec 2013

  5. Digital radio future; Equitable Life compensation

    Winifred Robinson looks at digital radio's future and the new Equitable Life compensation.

    First broadcast: 16 Dec 2013

  6. Junior Doctor Working Hours

    Do long shifts put both the doctors and patients in danger? Shari Vahl investigates.

    First broadcast: 13 Dec 2013

  7. Food standards, airport restrictions and Christmas hits

    The latest report into food standards following the horsemeat scandal.

    First broadcast: 12 Dec 2013

  8. Diesel Investigation

    Winifred Robinson asks why so many diesel drivers are being landed with big repair bills.

    First broadcast: 11 Dec 2013

  9. Call You and Yours: Childhood Obesity

    Why do we have more overweight children in the UK than elsewhere in Western Europe?

    First broadcast: 10 Dec 2013

  10. Fund manager charges, social supermarkets, champagne taste tests

    Winifred Robinson looks at charges by fund managers and the UK's first social supermarket.

    First broadcast: 09 Dec 2013

  11. World Cup travel prices

    Friday brings the World Cup draw - Melanie Abbott looks at ticket and travel prices.

    First broadcast: 06 Dec 2013

  12. 05/12/2013

    Diesel problems, the chancellor's Autumn Statement and the fight against counterfeit trade

    First broadcast: 05 Dec 2013

  13. Call You and Yours

    How much is debt a part and parcel of our lives? Shari Vahl answers calls and emails.

    First broadcast: 03 Dec 2013

  14. Energy bill cuts; Rising house prices; Timeshares

    The impact of rapidly rising London house prices on the UK market, and timeshares.

    First broadcast: 02 Dec 2013

  15. Mental health care; Belfast Christmas trading; Gap insurance

    The Care Quality Commission announces more tests for mental health care.

    First broadcast: 29 Nov 2013

  16. Gambling adverts on television

    Why are there so many adverts on television for gambling, and do they cause harm?

    First broadcast: 28 Nov 2013

  17. Strange photos popping up on emails

    Why are photos of complete strangers popping up on emails? With Winifred Robinson.

    First broadcast: 27 Nov 2013

  18. Is a degree the best route to a successful career?

    Winifred Robinson asks if a degree is still the best way to kick-start a successful career

    First broadcast: 26 Nov 2013

  19. nPower; Timeshares; Broadband bills

    Energy company nPower explains a big rise in complaints about customer service.

    First broadcast: 25 Nov 2013

  20. Heating oil costs, solar panel woes, shocking electrical work

    Why is heating oil so expensive? We hear from a family who suffered badly when prices rose

    First broadcast: 22 Nov 2013

  21. 21/11/2013

    Consumer news with Winifred Robinson.

    First broadcast: 21 Nov 2013

  22. How to give up smoking

    Just how difficult is it to stop smoking? We hear how a hospital support group can help.

    First broadcast: 20 Nov 2013

  23. Call You and Yours: Do you get what you want from your bank?

    Winifred Robinson asks, are you happy with the service you receive from your bank?

    First broadcast: 19 Nov 2013

  24. Big banks and investment companies mis-selling financial products

    Why some One Direction fans returned their tickets for the band's upcoming gigs.

    First broadcast: 18 Nov 2013

  25. Blockbuster; Small energy companies; 'No win, no fee' ads in A&E

    What next for DVD chain Blockbuster? Peter White speaks to one of its administrators.

    First broadcast: 15 Nov 2013

  26. Should you buy the album before you wear the T-shirt?

    Should you buy the album before you wear the band T-shirt? Also, intensive dog-farming.

    First broadcast: 14 Nov 2013

  27. Do children get too many presents?

    Do children get too many presents at Christmas? Consumer news with Winifred Robinson.

    First broadcast: 13 Nov 2013

  28. Call You and Yours: Is Remembrance Sunday losing its true meaning?

    Winifred Robinson asks if Remembrance Sunday has lost some of its true meaning.

    First broadcast: 12 Nov 2013

  29. CPP mis-selling; Haggle on the high street

    Why BrandAlley customers aren't receiving the goods they bought online.

    First broadcast: 11 Nov 2013

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