A selection of archive recordings on making and breaking New Year's Resolutions.
Michael Blastland explores human foibles. Can we really control our own behaviour?
Edward Gardiner suggests three steps for changing your behaviour.
Our three slow participants take stock.
Tristram Stuart reports on the latest ideas to tackle our growing mountains of food waste.
Aleks Krotoski asks if we could all do with a detox from our digital devices.
Money Saving Expert advises fixing energy tariffs rather than just switching provider.
You and Yours finds out how the Italians deal with their New Year fitness resolutions.
Sheila Dillon celebrates guilty culinary pleasures, including doughnuts and dripping.
Alistair Cooke wonders what makes people favour athletic prowess over academic skill.
Vincent Duggleby and guests take your calls on saving and investing.
Alistair Cooke discusses the medical and social aspects of smoking cigars.
Sheila Dillon asks if the calorie is an outdated way of controlling diet.
The cultural history of food in Modern Europe since the Renaissance.
Chris Bowlby asks if the concept of thrift has lost its moral attraction.
Want to cut your energy bill or resolve an energy problem? Ruth Alexander takes questions.
A brief history of chocolate and the properties that make it an unlikely health food.
To eat meat, or to not eat meat? Alistair Cooke finds out the perfect diet for longevity.
Alistair Cooke looks at the changing fashions in New Year's resolutions.
Should a memorial statue of FDR include his omnipresent cigarette?
Peter Day explains the UK economy's productivity puzzle and why it matters.