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Mobile phone fraud; Airport charges; Ebooks; Safe to drive?

Duration:
45 minutes
First broadcast:
Friday 22 August 2014

Police investigate a suspected mobile phone fraud that's affected over 350 students.

The airports charging motorists for pulling up outside their terminal buildings.

We go behind-the-scenes at an assessment centre where they help you decide if you're no longer fit to drive

And when ebooks first took off they were billed as replacing the printed word. How likely does that seem now?

Presenter: Peter White
Producer: Jon Douglas.

Chapters

6 items
  • Student Phone Fraud

    Police investigate a suspected mobile phone fraud affecting hundreds of students.

  • Airport Charges

    The 'niggling' charges at many UK airports for things that used to be free.

  • Safe to Drive

    The assessment centres which help people who worry they're no longer fit to drive.

  • Energy Break-ins

    The complaints about energy companies breaking into people's homes.

  • Hoovers

    New EU rules mean the most powerful hoovers are being removed from sale.

  • Ebooks

    Once touted as replacing the printed word, how popular are ebooks now?

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