Consumer news. With many rail services disrupted by the floods, possibly for months, Winifred Robinson asks how much should you pay for a reduced or even non-existent service?
With many rail services disrupted by the floods, possibly for months, we'll be asking how much should you pay for a reduced or even non-existent service?
We'll be hearing how people in affected areas are managing to get food and basic sanitation.
And would you buy a mattress from a man who knocks on your door or pay for a green deal assessment if someone cold calls you? We'll tell you why you shouldn't.
Assessment and Treatment Centre
The investigation into an 18 year-old who died while being treated at an NHS hospital.
Floods – Rail
The rail passengers facing higher prices because of rail disruption
Floods – Supermarkets
Who is distributing food and basic supplies?
'Fake' mattresses being sold door-to-door
Green Deal scams
The listeners hoping to reduce their energy bills who are being scammed.
The true cost of cheap meat
Is it a problem that a lot of the meat we buy comes from factory farming?
Floods – Public health
Experts warn that those in flood-hit areas may be exposed to harmful bugs in dirty water
- Mon 17 Feb 2014 12:00
- Mon 17 Feb 2014 12:04