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Digital wallets, dark tourism, and tackling insurance fraud

How about a holiday in Chernobyl? Peter White speaks to comedian Dom Joly who has been there, and to the head of a new institute for the study of dark tourism.

The new owner of BMI Baby has announced the airline is to close - it will cease all flights from Belfast in June and ground its entire fleet in September.
Britain's biggest commercial angling association is selling off its lakes - we hear why.
Calls for tougher penalties for those caught clocking cars - turning back the mileage usually to get a higher price for them.
Plus reporter Shari Vahl has been out with the newest police department set up to crack down on insurance fraud.
How about a holiday in Chernobyl - we speak to comedian Dom Joly who's been there, and to the head of a new Institute for the study of 'dark tourism'.
And, forget pound coins and one penny pieces in the future money will be made up of bits and bytes all stored in a digital wallet on your mobile phone.
Producer: Joe Kent.

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55 minutes

Chapters

  • Car clocking

    The Trading Standards Institute is calling for tighter regulations to stop the practice of clocking or winding back the recorded mileage of car - often to push up the price.

    Duration: 05:35

  • BMI Baby

    BMI Baby owner, IAG, has announced flights to and from Belfast will cease from the 11th of June but holidaymakers can continue to book flights over the summer until the company is completely grounded.

    Duration: 06:22

  • Rabbits

    Animal charities say an increasing number of rabbits are being abandoned because their owners don’t realise how costly they are to keep.

    Duration: 06:12

  • Dark Tourism

    How about a holiday in Chernobyl - we speak to comedian Dom Joly who's been there, and to the head of a new Institute for the study of 'dark tourism'.

    Duration: 08:42

  • Cashless payments

    Visa announced plans for its "digital wallets" this week. Who's driving this technology and who really wants one?

    Duration: 08:17

  • Angling

    Britain’s biggest commercial angling company is selling off the lakes and river banks it owns. Anglers fear they may lose access to some of the most popular fishing spots.

    Duration: 03:12

  • Tackling insurance fraud

    Our reporter Shari Vahl has been out with the newest police department set up to crack down on insurance fraud.

    Duration: 07:54

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