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First broadcast:
Thursday 09 June 2011

After two men plead guilty to fraud, Winifred Robinson has the latest on a nationwide wine scam plus: the companies offering to store your stem cells and how to defend your reputation online.


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  • Wine Fraud

    After two men plead guilty to fraud we’ll have the latest on a nationwide scam which promised to deliver top quality wines from restaurants which failed during the recession.

  • New Wii

    Nintendo revolutionised gaming with the Wii so can it do the same again with its new take on the console?

  • Antipsychotic Drugs

    The campaigners handing out leaflets telling dementia patients and their relatives how to avoid drugs which can shorten their lives and even kill.

  • Southern Cross

    Who is ensuring standards of care are maintained at Southern Cross as the troubled care home company plans to cut three thousand jobs?

  • Speeding motorists see red

    'Clever' traffic lights which spot speeding drivers and turn to red as they approach are to be tried out as an alternative to speed cameras.

  • Reputation Management

    If your reputation takes a battering on the internet what can you do about it? We’ll hear from one man who tried to defend himself without expensive legal action.

  • Fish nibbling your toes - the latest pedicure craze

    Fish nibbling your toes - we try out the latest craze in pedicures and ask if there are health and safety issues to consider when dipping your pinkies in this particular tank.

  • Storing Stem Cells

    The company about to store stem cells for paying clients in Britain in the hope diseases can be fought off in the future.

  • The Fish Tank where the pedicures take place

    The Fish Tank where the pedicures take place


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