Getting more people on trains, the living wage and the Food and Farming Awards.
Consumer news with Julian Worricker. Increased rail passenger numbers, an unusual farm shop that's a Food and Farming Awards Finalist, and what to include in the living wage.
How can we increase passenger numbers on trains without spoiling everyone's journey and can we make more money from the railways while doing so?
Sheep feed on the roof of this farm shop and restaurant that's a finalist for the BBC Food and Farming Awards.
We look at what the "living wage" should pay for. A week's holiday a year? The occasional bar of chocolate? And should employers be obliged to pay it - or is it more than businesses can bear?
And good news for blind gamers - more video games you can play without needing to see what's on screen.
- Mon 12 Nov 2012 12:00
- Mon 12 Nov 2012 12:04