At least 20 NHS hospital trusts are not fit for purpose according to a National Audit Office report. Winifred Robinson speaks to the report's author.
Payday loan debts have quadrupled in 2 years, so would capping interest rates help borrowers or make the situation worse?
Mobile home owners yesterday handed in a petition to government to highlight their survey findings into unacceptable conditions for residents, in particular the practice of sale blocking by park owners. We speak to the British Mobile and Holiday Park Association about these findings.
To mark the release of a film about product placement funded by product placement we ask how British broadcasters have embraced their new ability to use paid product placement - cluttered screens, or damp squib?
We look at a scheme to get fresh, and affordable, fruit and veg onto a run down estate in Hull, and report from the government press conference about the findings of a study into obesity and energy requirements.
And with beauty one of the few sectors of the economy not suffering in the recession we look at the buy one get one free cosmetic surgery offers worrying surgeons.
Producer: Rebecca Moore.