Private landlords take on homeless charities over criticisms
Radical landlords, Viagogo warned, Fast fashion
Gambling gagging orders, Fake stamps, CBD cafes
The gamblers who say they're offered money in return for gagging orders.
Energy Firm Closures, Steam Revival, Essay Mills
What's led seven energy firms to shut down? Plus the train operator going back to steam.
Choking in care homes, Black ballet, Energy price cap
Deaths from choking in care homes, diversity in ballet and energy price cap concerns.
Call You and Yours: How are you earning enough to get by?
How are you earning enough to get by?
Stalking apps, Cloned cars, Insurance chatbots
How domestic abusers use smartphone apps to spy on their partners.
Exporting and Brexit, New parking bill, Disney remakes
The ban on TV gambling ads. And a sharp rise in demand for a post-Brexit planning course.
PPI Claims, 02 Compensation, Black Plastics
The effort to keep black plastics out of landfill and the prospect of more PPI payouts.
Recycling Crisp Packets, Masters of Wine, Wearing Wigs
Walkers Crisps new recycling scheme. Becoming a wine master. The young women wearing wigs.
How Have You Managed Your Stutter To Do What You Always Wanted To Do In Life?
How have you managed your stutter to do what you always wanted to do in life?
How Young People Give, Meals on Wheels and Who is a Carer?
Are charities losing out because they don't understand how young people give?
Retail rents, Rail review, Cashless pubs
Why some retailers are paying less, or nothing at all, in rent to their landlords.
Knife Postal Ban; Calf Pens; Fly Tipping
A row over the care of calves by dairy farmers. The ban on knives being sent by post.
Care Quality Commission, Plant disease, Kinship carers
Care Quality Commission's chief inspector. Plant disease risk. Help for kinship carers.
Call You and Yours: How Are You Paying For Christmas?
How are you paying for Christmas?
Care home nurseries, Chester Zoo fire, Loyalty charge
The care homes where kids are welcome, plus fundraising after the Chester Zoo fire.
Fun runners, Gatwick chaos, Real live Xmas trees
The fun runners hurting good causes when they run under a charity banner but raise no cash
Clinical Waste, Unisex Perfume, Fake Charity Appeals
The Fundraising Regulator warns about fake charity appeals this Christmas.
Poundworld, Christmas adverts, Vegan food
Speaking to ex-Poundworld workers about how they're trying to find new retail jobs.
Beauty Industry Special: Bobbi Brown, L'Oreal, The Ordinary
You and Yours Special: The Beauty Industry
Call You and Yours - How are you making the most of later life?
Mortgage prisoners, Dame Jacqueline Wilson, The free cafe
True love, Tinder cheats, sugar babies
How technology has changed the dating scene forever - and how to cope with that.
Call You and Yours: Are you fed up with dating online or via apps?
Are you fed up with dating online or via apps? Or, are you still using them to find love?
Grocery prices, Going plastic free, Wallpaper sales
Figures which show how much shoppers are tightening their belts doing the weekly shop.
Bus cuts, Tenants with pets, Being gorgeous
How to be gorgeous in 2019
Woolies, Whiskey and Waste
Woolworths ten years on, the rise of Irish whiskey and food packaging waste.
Call You and Yours: How is Universal Credit affecting you?
Call You and Yours: How is Universal Credit affecting you? Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Care costs, Outfox the Market, Fitness regimes
Spending money to avoid care costs. Outfox the Market customer revolt. Fitness regimes.
Retail sales, Automation in the workplace, Professional bridesmaids
Retail figures, professional bridesmaids, and automation in the workplace
Cassette revival, Vegan fashion, Independent book shops
Why cassettes are hip for a generation raised on music downloads and streaming.
Crowdfunding funerals, Begging bans, The joy of missing out
The growing number of people turning to online crowdfunding to cover rising funeral costs.
Call You and Yours: Do you feel the need to keep hold of your stuff, or do you enjoy clearing it out?
Call You and Yours: Do you feel the need to keep hold of your stuff?
Students and Universal Credit, Brexit stockpiling, pension advice compensation
Patient abuse, Getting fit - again, Pie eating
Radio 4's consumer affairs programme.
Travel Industry, Cinema boom, Forest schools
What you should be thinking about before you book your summer holiday.
Ex Pat Pensions and Gym Fees
Where do you stand if your gym hikes your fees?
How do you know when it's time to give up driving? Email: email@example.com
Dementia care, Adapting to Flexitarianism, Shrinkflation
Why dementia care is in crisis. Adapting to flexitarianism. What's causing shrinkflation.
Spending in 2018, Betting terminals in Northern Ireland, Birthday donations
What 2018 really cost us, betting terminals in Northern Ireland, foster care allowances.
Brexit Stockpiling; Leasehold Hope; Ditching Alcohol
Are you putting aside groceries in case of a no-deal Brexit?
Nursing associates, Keyless car theft, Bereaved children
A brand new kind of nurse hits the wards - the nursing associate.
Call You and Yours - How do you keep your children safe online?
Vulnerable people in care, Shopping in shipping containers, Charity fundraising
Reforms for vulnerable people in care, shops in shipping containers, charity fundraising.
Unconditional Offers, Zero Deposits, Rock Climbing
Which universities gave the most unconditional offers to students applying in 2018.
Letting fees, New movie releases at home, Tourist taxes
No more letting fees for tenants in England. The cinema streaming its movies direct to TVs
Charity Incidents, Tenants' Rights
The rise in serious incidents reported by charities. New powers for tenants.
Call You and Yours: Are you sticking to a vegan diet?
Misleading advert, Fast-track degrees, Virtual reality care
How virtual reality technology is being used in end-of-life care.
Energy caps, Drive thru, Expensive cars, Music choices
Energy price caps, drive thrus, musical choices and Jaguar Land Rover
Care liberty safeguards, British heritage motorbikes, Chinese wine
Anger over care liberty safeguards. British heritage motorbikes. Can Chinese wine compete?
Life Drawing Classes, Talking about Death, New-Build Homes
As in-store drawing classes take off, could sketching be the new mindfulness?
Call You and Yours: How has organ donation affected your life?
Pension Credit, Vampire Shoppers, Social Media Self-Harm
Changes to pension credit could leave thousands worse off. Plus self-harm on Instagram.
Gambling gagging orders, housing minister, cheap wine
The regulator warns gambling firms to stop silencing unhappy customers with gagging orders
Scamming, Classy clothing, Catching fish
Scammers, lads and dads fashion, and who decides how much fish can we catch?
Building without planning permission, Vet practice ownership, Furniture rental
Building homes without planning permission. And is renting your furniture a good idea?
Call You & Yours: Employment and disability
How tough is it to get a job if you are disabled? Tell us about it on Call You & Yours
Supermarket merger, Photo retouching, Bike shops
Photo retouching and bike shops.
Pub activities, Online gambling, Ryan Adams tickets
Why pubs offering more than just drinking and eating are popular with young people.
Legal aid, plastic surgery, satnav meltdowns.
Tenants may struggle to take landlords to court because of cuts to legal aid.
Supermarket equal pay, Bauhaus interiors, recycling plastic bottles
How the Bauhaus movement - 100 years old in 2019 - changed our homes.
Call You and Yours: Changing Your Mind
Call You and Yours: Have you ever changed your mind? What happened?
Self-Help for Children, Junk Food Experiment, Road Rage
A look at the growing number of self-help books written for children aged two to 18.
Stolen Bikes; Online Gambling; Activated Charcoal
Deputy leader of the Labour party Tom Watson on tightening online gambling laws.
Discounter supermarkets, Pension battles, Mindfulness, Typewriters
Being a supermarket boss, mindfulness in schools, pension woes and old-style typewriters.
Foreign workers, Flammable cladding, TSB problems
Shortfall in seasonal workers. Replacing flammable cladding. Unresolved TSB problems
Call You and Yours: Were you an older apprentice? What did it do for your career prospects?
Did you up-skill on an apprenticeship later in life?
Cashless society, Street lights, Future cars
Is the pound in your pocket disappearing? Could you cope in a world without cash?
Loot Boxes, CBD Skincare, Air Pollution
Should loot boxes in online games be classed as gambling?
Vet ownership, Antibiotic warnings, Online movie reviews
The big companies buying out vet practices. And antibiotic safety warnings.
Ebook copyright, 24-hour pubs, Recyclable coffee cups
A sixth of ebooks read online in 2017 were pirated. How does this affect authors?
Call You and Yours: What are you doing to prepare for Brexit?
Are you doing anything to get ready for a no-deal Brexit?
Care staff crisis, Smart glasses, Energy tariffs
Shortage of care staff. Smart glasses at the theatre. Energy tariffs and the price cap.
Delayed Rolling Stock, Disability Access, Losing Weight
Commuters face more shaking rattling and rolling as promised new trains are delayed.
Hospital cladding, Whisky war
Eye tests, Mental health apps, Chlorine on food
Can you see enough to drive? Plus, mental health apps and using chlorine on food.
Are you worried about your use of painkillers?
Are you worried about your use of strong painkillers?
Black Box Insurance, Trustpilot Reviews, Business Rates, Little Free 'Libraries'
Why are more van drivers now getting 'black box' insurance which monitors their driving?
Future Banks, Railway Retail and Car Security
What we really want from our banks and what they plan to give us.
Autism therapy, Care budget cuts, Local papers
Autism therapy, care budget cuts, local papers
Shop Rents, #NoSpend, Vaping
Shop rent deadline day, #NoSpend plans, vaping and life insurance
Film, food and fun Friday with Martyn Watkins, Gary Slaymaker and singer, Paul Young.
Green Cards and Payday Loans
So what is a green card and why might you need it?
The organ transplant service is at ‘breaking point’ says one of the UK’s leading surgeons.
Lunch Money Martin
Lunch Money Martin - April price hikes
Singer, Bonnie Tyler talks about her new album and fifty years in the music business.