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Faulty breast implants, TV innovations and riot compensation

Duration:
55 minutes
First broadcast:
Thursday 16 February 2012

Plastic surgeons are accused of cashing in by offering extra surgery to women having faulty breast implants removed.

Compensation was promised for last year's riots..... so why are so many businesses still waiting for a payout?

Why high definition TV is old hat. We hear about the latest developments on the Tv market from 4mm OLED screens to ultra HD

The pros and cons of SIM-only deals which could save you money on your mobile phone.

The problem of unpaid internships. Nick Clegg has signed up a hundred companies to his "business compact" to improve social mobility but what do young people struggling to get on the career ladder think of the proposals?

Plus how sat nav systems are helping monitor peoples' driving and can we measure the saltiness of crisps?

Presenter: Julian Worricker
Producer: Steven Williams.

Chapters

7 items
  • Breast implant scandal

    Clinics are trying to sell more procedures to women during consultations to remove PIP implants

  • Riot Compensation

    Six months after the riots in England many people are still waiting for compensation. What's behind the delay?

  • SIM-Only Deals

    SIM-only deals could be a way for you to save money on your mobile bill by not including the cost of the handset. Technology Consultant Dean Bubley from Disruptive Analysis discusses the pros and cons

  • Sat Nav Insurance

    A car insurer is offering a reduced rate for good drivers who install a SatNav which monitors their driving.

  • The Future of TV

    We hear about the latest developments on the Tv market from 4mm OLED screens to ultra HD.

  • Interns

    Nick Clegg has signed up a hundred companies to his "business compact", to tackle the problem of unpaid internships. What do young people think of the proposals?

  • Salt in Crisps

    Can we measure the saltiness of crisps? Dr Ian Fisk, of the University of Nottingham, thinks so - he tells Julian about how he hopes his research will lead to a healthier product.

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