Presented by Winifred Robinson.
Wrexham and Shropshire, the train operator which runs services between Wrexham and London Marylebone via Shrewsbury and Telford, says it is the first to charge a flat fare no matter what time you travel and whenever and wherever you buy your ticket, even on the train.
The BBC has proposed moving the production of the medical soap 'Casualty' to Wales, where it wants to create a centre of excellence for TV drama. Campaigners claim Bristol could lose 25 million pounds each year as a result.
The energy regulator Ofgem announces a package of rules which it says will get a better deal for consumers. We speak to Ofgem's Chief Executive, Alistair Buchanan.
In England and Wales you will soon be able to get legal advice from new 'one-stop shops' that will also offer other professional services like insurance or accountancy advice. Lawyers Andrew Phillips and Ann Alexander discuss what the new market will mean.
It's reported that the Scottish building society Dunfermline is seeking a Government bailout. The BBC's Scotland correspondent Colin Blane tells us how Gordon Brown's local mutual has found itself in trouble.
Do landmarks have to be quite so big, bold and iconic to win a place in our hearts? Poet Ian McMillan thinks it over.