HMV, Salt in Food, Winter Tyres
DJ Craig Charles asks if we have fallen out of love with music shops. How did Hilco transform HMV in Canada? And targets for reducing salt in food have not been met.
DJ and actor Craig Charles asks if we've fallen out of love with music shops, and we look at how Hilco - the firm that's taken control of HMV in the UK - changed the fortunes of HMV Canada in 2009.
Industry targets for reducing salt levels in food haven't been met, so companies are being given more time.
And winter tyres are commonplace in other parts of Europe. Caz Graham finds out how they work we ask if UK drivers are slow on the uptake.
Presenter: Peter White
Producer: Joel Moors.
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Music shops with Craig Charles
Craig Charles looks at whether people are falling out of love with music shops.
The firm trying to take control of HMV also took over its stores in Canada. What changed?
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