Photo retouching and bike shops.
Supermarket merger, Photo retouching, 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
Radio 4's consumer affairs programme.
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
Call You and Yours: What's the best way to read?
What's the best way to read - books, screens or audio books?
Tax Fraud, Toys, and Robo Jobs
Does automation necessarily mean jobs losses?
Unpaid carers, Amazon expansion, Junk food advertising
Juggling work with caring, Amazon expansion, and banning junk food advertising.
Customer Loyalty, Crashed cars, Creeping Cost of Living
Customer loyalty costs, written off cars without paperwork, living costs are on the up.
Call You and Yours - Have you taken your children out of school to go on holiday?
Makeup for men, CCTV and crime, 'Invisible authors'
It's a growing trend - but will many men use cosmetics?
Global food study, Rage rooms, Dirty jeans
How the food that many of us eat could be reducing how long we live.
Childcare places and Joe Lycett
Joe Lycett has a new consumer programme on Channel 4. We put him through his paces.
Care liberty assessments, Tinder for cows, Failed energy suppliers.
Failure in care liberty assessments. Dating app for cows. Customers of failed suppliers.
Call You and Yours: Have you been affected by stress at work?
We want your experience of stress in the workplace.
Action Fraud, Baking School, Copycat Websites
Fraud victims feel 'let down' by Action Fraud plus amateur bakers head to Sourdough school
Employment algorithms, second hand clothes and retirement mortgages
The algorithms that impact on your career without you ever knowing about them.
Phone detector, Minimum pricing, Online shopping
Phone detector and minimum pricing.
TSB, Sound baths, Store First
TSB's new fraud protection guarantee. Having a 'sound' bath. The latest on Store First.
Call You and Yours - Are you caught up in the leasehold scandal?
Are you caught up in the leasehold scandal?
Staycations, Instagram Retailing, Video Games
The psychologist who believes video games can be a force for good.
ATM theft, Palm oil, The art of statistics
After plastic will palm oil be the next focus for green campaigners?
Stolen car parts, Pet insurance, Amazon Music
Calls for controls on online sales of stolen car parts. Pet insurance concerns.
Care-home evictions, Self-defence classes, Pollen forecasts
Care-home evictions. Popularity of self-defence classes. Forecasting pollen levels.
Call You and Yours: Are people being exploited by the sale of fertility treatments?
Are people being exploited by the sale of fertility treatments?
Inspirational people and feel-good stories from across Coventry and Warwickshire.
Bananarama talk about their new album In Stereo. Plus Tony Neate has online safety advice.
Why gaming's good for you
The You and Yours podcast with Jess Quayle and Simon Hoban
How entitlement to benefit can change a life and the impact when it is taken away.
A bheil sinn ris fhathast ri glanadh an earraich?
Glanadh an earraich - a bheil e anns an fhasan fhathast?