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Attitudes to disability, foie gras in Beds, Herts & Bucks plus your consumer problems

Duration:
3 hours
First broadcast:
Wednesday 10 July 2013

Jonathan Vernon-Smith with the phone-in, consumer issues and your stories.

  • Are the British public nasty to disabled people?

    A 45 year old disabled woman from Bedford has been pursued on her mobility scooter, robbed and repeatedly verbally abused by a gang of 5 youths.

    They followed her on the way home from a medical appointment, taunted and harassed her for 40 minutes, stole over £175 and damaged her scooter.

  • Foie gras in Beds, Herts and Bucks

    Foie gras in Beds, Herts and Bucks

    Jonathan hears your views on foie gras being served in Beds, Herts and Bucks.

    Guests include Ben Williamson from PETA who campaign against foie gras production and Phil Thompson, Executive Chef of Auberge Du Lac in Hertfordshire who serve foie gras.

    Image courtesy of PETA

  • The team fight for your consumer rights

    The team fight for your consumer rights

    Today there's an update for Iris. She's still waiting for a wall shed she bought over two months ago.

    The company couldn't give her an explanation as to why they hadn't delivered the shed… So we got involved.

    Plus, How long should an item last in comparison to the price you paid for it?

    JVS explains what you should expect from the products you buy.

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