Trojan mobile apps, studying abroad, cruises from Liverpool, exporting to China
Did you know your mobile phone can be hi-jacked by criminals to send text messages to premium lines and run up huge bills without you ever knowing? We reveal how, and how to avoid it happening to you.
If you're going to get your summer holiday cash then the area you live in might affect how many Euros you get for your pounds. Which? found the same companies offering different rates on different high streets which they say is unfair.
As the BBC's security correspondent Frank Gardener has to fly more than most, as a wheelchair user he has to plan it more than most too. He tells us about his 'worst experience ever on an airline' - a recent flight with Kenya Airways
We hear about the foreign universities who are running courses in English to attract international students. Peter White speaks to the rector of the Politecnico di Milano and former Higher Education Minister and deputy-vice-Chancellor of Plymouth University Bill Rammell.
We also hear from Tyrells one of the many British companies trying to boost their exports to China, and from a government minister on what they are doing to help boost oyr exports.
Plus why the first cruise ship will be departing from Liverpool's docks next week for the first time in several decades.
And Britain's holiday accommodation is better rated now that at any other time in the past decade, so says Tripadvisor. The online review site has been crunching the data created by all the reviews posted on its website since it began. They tells us what they found and Rough Guide's Claire Currie explains whether the professional reviewers would agree.
Presenter: Peter White
Producer: Joe Kent.