Watchdog investigated the time sensitive sales that continue after they’re supposed to end on some of the UK’s leading fast fashion brand websites. See what the brands told us here.
Watchdog - School Trips
We looked at the story of how school holiday trips are being cancelled because of Covid-19 and how the provider PGL is responding. You can find out what the company said here.
Watchdog - Weddings
Watchdog has been investigating your complaints about refunds and fees for cancelled weddings, and the insurance providers who won’t pay out. You can find out more about what the companies told us here.
For guidance on Organ Donation law in your country and to register your decision, visit the Organ Donation website.
Watchdog – Delayed Deliveries
Watchdog has been looking into why some retailers are struggling to complete deliveries and refunds at the moment. You can find further information, including responses from Argos, Currys and Homebase, here.
VE Day Singalong Lyrics
Learn the words to ‘We’ll Meet Again’ for the 75th Anniversary of VE Day this Friday here.
Watchdog - Price Gouging
Watchdog on The One Show has been investigating examples of price gouging – when prices for essential items are artificially and unfairly inflated. Some examples were found on eBay and Amazon. Find further information here.
Music and Dementia
BBC Music is now working with over 100 organisations to help bring music to people living with dementia. The initiative features powerful storytelling and large-scale partnership collaboration with an intergenerational approach to change lives through music.
On tonight’s The One Show, Ashley John-Baptiste met
volunteers from the charity Volunteering Matters who take part in the
Grandmentors programme. They work to help build better futures for young care
leavers across eight areas in the UK. Click here if you’re interested in becoming a mentor.
Vegan Family Dinners
Recipes for the vegan meals made on the show by
chef Gaz Oakley.
On the show, David Harewood spoke about his personal
experience with mental health. If you would like advice about anything
discussed, you can find information about the organisations that can offer
mental health support here.
If you're worried about diabetes, or want to find out more, go to Diabetes UK .
If you want knitting patterns and to find out how you can help and details of where to send your Twiddlemuffs then go here.
If you're worried about fraud you can find more information on the Action Fraud website.