Plans to limit unannounced inspections could make it more difficult to tackle rogue traders, Trading Standards tell us. We visit an allotments for animals. We look at what changes to the ATOL system, which protects those flying abroad, will mean in practice. A new website set-up by a former boss of Waterstone's boasts that it will offer "all the e-books in the world" - will it succeed? Plus a hospital has been offering women who had PIP breast implants cheap replacements. Although inline with what the health select committee recommended, they admit they are doing so because they a misunderstood Department of Health policy. And, why planting sun flower seeds might help finish the work of one the 20th century's greatest mathematicians.

The producer is Joe Kent.

Release date:

Available now

55 minutes

Last on

Fri 6 Apr 2012 12:00



A selection of the best health advice and discussions from You & Yours.



From hanging wallpaper to takeaway apps, some of our favourite features about lifestyle.

Which household jobs should you do every day?

Call You and Yours: How important is it to have a clean house?

A guide to which chores should be done every day, week, month or once a year.

How do I avoid being ripped off by a scam?

How do I avoid being ripped off by a scam?

Take a look at our BBC iWonder guide for useful advice on the latest frauds.