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Care in the UK
Weekdays 12.04pm
Radio 4's consumer affairs programme

Who Cares?

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Holding hands
In January 2008 You and Yours took a month long look at the world of social care. Below you can browse all our reports from Care in the UK season, or you can catch-up on what we’ve done since then.

Our latest reports

Care in UK logoCatch-up on all our latest reports on social care, including an interview with Michael Parkinson.

Our reports

Care in the UK - ProgrammesBrowse our editor’s picks from the series or listen again to all of our reports from week one, week twoweek three and four.

The Care Kit

Care in the UK - CrowdFind details of organisations in your region with the Care Map.Or find out about how much care is available with the Care Calculator

Have Your Say

Care in the UK - Have Your SayWhat's your experience of care? You can catch up on the debate on the message board or contact us by phone, email or post.

Information about Care in the UK

Care in the UK - InformationInformation to accompany the programmes on the provision of social care and how it is funded. More articles on care.

Contacts and Organisations

Care in the UK - InformationContacts for local and national organisations who can provide the latest advice on care provision.
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