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57 minutes
First broadcast:
Monday 22 August 2011

Consumer news with Julian Worricker. Today - the end of the traditional light bulb. How the internet is destroying the culture business and how the culture business can fight back. And neither a borrower nor lender be? We'll be looking at a new website that allows people to rent items from each other . So instead of borrowing your neighbour's lawnmower, you could pay a small sum fee and make it official.


4 items
  • Peak Rail Fares

    Some rail companies are extending what they call 'peak time' travel. Groups that represent passengers are unhappy.

  • School Leavers

    A survey by high street bank Santander says that companies are just as likely to take on an A level student with good grades and work experience as a graduate.

  • Lightbulbs

    At the end of the month EU laws will mean the end of the traditional incandescent 60 watt bulb.

  • Debt Collection

    Tony Reeves worked as a debt collector while studying to qualify as a lawyer. Now he's helping people to stand up to debt collectors who use aggressive tactics.


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