The over 65s at work, the delay of 4G and the rise in National Trust rents...
From now on you cannot be dismissed simply because you have reached the age of 65 and increasing numbers of us are expected to keep working as we older not always because we want to but because we have to. Winifred Robinson hears how the over 65s will be managed in the workplace.
The world of 4G remains a distant prospect for us, with telecoms regulator Ofcom deciding to delay the auction for the next generation of mobile spectrum. Telecoms analyst Matthew Howard from Ovum joins Winifred to discuss how this will affect smartphone users.
And we hear from the villagers in the "real Cranford - Lacock in Wiltshire - one of the locations where the series was filmed. They say they are being driven out of their homes because of rent increases brought in by the National Trust. How are they impacting the local community?