Back up to: X-Ray
Lucy Owen investigates how extended warranties are sold at a leading electrical retailer.
Helping a sightless man get repairs for a computer he depends on.
Two elderly people from Anglesey were both left without a working boiler for months.
An unsuspecting tourist is held as a suspected terrorist at Singapore Airport.
The house extension promised in four weeks which is still unfinished a year later.
Consumer magazine presented by Rhodri and Lucy Owen and Rachel Treadaway-Williams.
Rachel Treadaway-Williams lifts the lid on a claims management company's sales methods.
The team look at warranties, car repairs, online sales and crumbling walls.
X-Ray goes undercover to investigate the latest trend in city nightlife, the shisha bar.
Featuring the case of a very special bed that's been on order since August.
Consumer series with Lucy and Rhodri Owen and reporter Rachel Treadaway-Williams.
Includes an investigation of a Wales-based car hire company which has collapsed.
Rachel Treadaway-Williams joins Gwent Police as they crack down on drivers using mobiles.
The doorstep trader whose offer of a cheap new driveway proved too good to be true.
Are Cardiff's tanning salons sticking to new regulations?
Ruth Burchell bought a pony for her daughter which, it turns out, is not safe to ride.
Investigations include a battle about a missing National Insurance number.
Misleading cold callers, timeshare deals that cannot be cancelled, plus first class post.
The team investigate a reclaims firm which left a pensioner deep in debt.
Cold calling, memorial masons, fake coins and holiday money come under the X-Ray spotlight
Courtesy cars, gambling and insulation schemes come under the spotlight.
X-Ray investigates a faulty building job at a church in the Swansea valley.
The team look at holidays, driveways and boilers. Plus a crackdown on litter louts.