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The former Masterchef finalist you can hire to cook in your home.
Is the new diet trend for eating clean as healthy as it seems?
Winifred Robinson asks if children are being given the right message about drugs.
A look at how families are coping with the financial uncertainty of the care home industry
Peter White on BHS suppliers, storecard PPI claims and the number of convenience stores.
How access to IVF treatment varies across the UK.
The women making money from posting make-up tutorials online.
Call You & Yours - What is your experience of the EU?
Our relationship with money and how we can control it, with author Claudia Hammond.
The boss of Jessops, new build homes, European championships, and Groupon.
Formula E, chargeback fraud, dementia, food magazines, and Vodafone.
After the company's collapse, key figures from BHS appear before a select committee.
Winifred Robinson on fly tipping, car braking technology and new efforts to beat scammers.
The man who's turning trash into cash and the hotels where you don't spend the night!
Consumer affairs programme. The Care Act and 'Peak Stuff'.
Breast implants; second-hand British clothes re-sold in Hungary; wine in a bag.
Consumer phone-in. What makes listeners buy when they're browsing online?
Serial returners - 60% of womenswear bought online ends up being sent back.
We look at who is checking on care homes - and why burning sweets is a power source.
Four major charities are found to have broken the fundraising code of practice.
NHS continuing care, Hotel Chocolat, and how dating online has affected gay bars.
How much does it matter to you where your food comes from?
Why are so many claimants successful when they appeal against benefits decisions?
Housing act, scrapped cars, high street pharmacies, online safety and Bogof.
Melanie Abbott watches police enforce new lorry safety rules designed to protect cyclists.
Gluten-free food on the NHS, and free digital magazines from your local library.
Consumer phone-in. Listeners' experience of adoption and fostering.
Sim swap fraud, AirBnB, holiday flight costs and GiffGaff.
Why under-30s might be paying a high price for prizing experience over things.