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16/08/2010

Duration:
53 minutes
First broadcast:
Monday 16 August 2010

Julian Worricker talks to the electronica band Faithless about why they've ditched their record company and are now promoting Fiat. Could this symbiotic relationship be the future of the music industry?

We find out why one online retailer believes high street opticians are being short-sighted when it comes to prescriptions, look at the contenders to run the the country's only high speed route from St Pancras International to the Channel Tunnel and, three years on from the Credit Crunch, we examine how the recession has affected ordinary people's pay.

Chapters

7 items
  • Fit to Work Update

    We hear how the 'fit to work' scheme is failing legitimate claimants and ask why the appeals process is taking so long.

  • High Speed One

    Who'll run the the country's only high speed route from St Pancras International to the Channel Tunnel?

  • Faithless 'Prommercial'

    Electronica band Faithless on why they've ditched their record company and are promoting Fiat. Could this symbiotic relationship be the future of the music industry?

  • Fatal Inaction

    When a victim of domestic abuse calls the police for help, why do officers repeatedly fail to recognise the warning signs until it's too late? John Waite investigates

  • My Credit Crunch

    In the final part of our series on how the credit crunch has affected "you and me" we speak to Chris Hamiliton who was made redundant. He also opens up about the delicate subject of pay.

  • Online Glasses

    We find out why one online retailer believes high street opticians are being short-sighted when it comes to prescriptions.

  • Tourism in the UK

    Ahead of Tuesday's edition of Call You and Yours which looks at the tourism industry, a Blue Badge guide tells us how more Chinese holidaymakers could be encouraged to visit Britain.

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