You and Yours
Fri, MAY 24: Blackmail, Gardening and Food Waste.
This week, Tesco say they've got big ideas about cutting food waste. We find out if that's true by putting your questions to them. And he's from Blue Peter and he's got green fingers. Chris Collins gives us some tips for the thrifty gardener. And a new report from Which? is highlighting the worst borough in London for restaurant hygiene - but do they just have tougher hygiene inspectors?
You and Yours: Jay Rayner on food, sewing shops and...
Why buying local is not always as sustainable as you might think. With Winifred Robinson.
You and Yours: Food hygiene, retail rents and shopping...
London borough has six entries in bottom 10 of a food hygiene poll. With Winifred Robinson
You and Yours: Call You and Yours
Consumer phone-in with Julian Worricker.
You and Yours: Cheeky brand names, Proms tickets, NHS...
The future of housing for older people. Consumer news with Julian Worricker.
Fri, May 17: Gold Websites, PPI Calls and the DAB Switch
This week we take a closer look at the online market for buying your gold, and find out more about a nasty scam targeting the unemployed. New radio industry figures are released which suggest there could be a bit more work to do before the switch from FM to digital takes place - and how PPI cold callers who contacted our listener Tim Robinson discovered they'd picked on the wrong man.
Fri, May 10: Home Brew, the Green Deal and Big Pants.
This week, home brewing makes a comeback, and how the government's flagship energy policy, the Green Deal, is being used as a cover by door to door conmen. We also look at Beats by Dr Dre - the headphones which have become one of the UK's most faked items. We raise a glass to the strange backstories behind some of our most common pub names - and why big pants are making a large problem for the makers of wedding lingerie.
Fri, 05 May: IVF, Writing Courses and Goat Meat.
This week, Kate Silverton on the cost of fertility treatment and the business of IVF. And they say everyone has a novel in them, but do writing courses connect you to your inner author or just separate you from your cash? Mary Portas tackles the accusation that she's "celebrity pixie dust" and Chris Beardshaw of Gardeners' Question Time downs tools to tell us about the health condition which threatened to cut short a blossoming career.
Fri, 26 Apr: Beer Label Row, Robert Peston and Kitchens
This week, age eventually catches up with all of us – so how do you stop your kitchen turning into an obstacle course? We’ll hear calls for tighter regulation of cosmetic surgery. And the brewer who's refusing to budge over demands that he change the labels on his beer. We'll also look at Facebook's trial of messages you have to pay for - and find out how much it would cost to contact Robert Peston.
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