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You & Yours: 40th Anniversary

To mark 40 years of You and Yours we look at how key consumer issues have evolved since 1970.

More from the series

More from the archive

Make My Day - Peter White

04/10/2010
Julian Worricker presents the first in a series of special programmes.

The Telephone

Plane

15/10/10
You and Yours marks its fortieth birthday this month with a look back at the travel industry of 1970 and of the future.

Travel

Plane

22/10/2010
Peter White looks at what has and hasn't changed to disability rights in the four decades the programme has been on air.

Disability

Food

28/10/2010
We investigate the changes that have occurred in food since 1970.

Food

Food

01/11/2010
Julian Worricker takes a look how energy has shaped the past four decades.

Energy

Latest programmes/Coming up

Latest programmes

  1. nPower; Timeshares; Broadband bills
    Energy company nPower explains a big rise in complaints about customer service.
  2. Heating oil costs, solar panel woes, shocking electrical work
    Why is heating oil so expensive? We hear from a family who suffered badly when prices rose
  3. 21/11/2013
    Consumer news with Winifred Robinson.
  4. How to give up smoking
    Just how difficult is it to stop smoking? We hear how a hospital support group can help.
  5. Call You and Yours: Do you get what you want from your bank?
    Winifred Robinson asks, are you happy with the service you receive from your bank?

Coming up

  1. Call You and Yours
    Consumer phone-in with Winifred Robinson.
  2. See all programmes coming up in the next 7 days.

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