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Misleading theatre tickets, rehabilitation for car crash victims and radio on demand

Duration:
53 minutes
First broadcast:
Wednesday 27 February 2013

Radio 4's consumer affairs programme. We investigate why, despite the government saying they won't knock down any more old housing stock, some councils are still planning to demolish homes.Why traditional board games are increasing in popularity in the age of hi-tech age computer games, and radio on demand - will we ever listen in the same way again.

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