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26/11/2012

Duration:
55 minutes
First broadcast:
Monday 26 November 2012

How to turn your old clothes into cash - whether they're high end or bargain basement.

Inexperienced young drivers are involved in a disproportionately high number of road accidents causing death or serious injury. They learn about external hazards for the driving test - but what about behaviour inside the car? A teenager who passes the test in ideal conditions during the day, could be out driving that evening with a car-full of loud, lairy and most importantly, distracting mates. We hear about new technology that could help put a wise driving head on young shoulders and reduce the death toll amongst teenage motorists.

And - if you live outside the big cities where bands usually stage concerts, there's a new way to attract them to play where you live - even if it's off the usual tour circuit. Find out how you could choose who plays and where they put on the show.

Presenter: Julian Worricker.

Chapters

7 items
  • Floods

    Flooding and the row over homes that cannot be insured.

  • Drive iQ

    New software that claims to be able to make young drivers safer on the road.

  • Unwanted clothes 1

    A French web-service Vestiaire Collective, now in UK, buys high-end secondhand clothes.

  • Legal aid

    Wealthy criminals are being given millions of pounds in legal aid, BBC's Inside Out finds.

  • Unwanted clothes 2

    Cash4Clothes is a recycling chain; it buys clothes that would otherwise end up in landfill

  • Detour Music

    How music fans can attract bands to play in their own small town.

  • You and Yours Best Local Retailer finalist: the Real Food Store

    The Real Food Store in Exeter is a city centre shop selling local produce.

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