Highlights from Radio 4's Consumer Programme
BBC Radio 4's daily consumer programme with Winifred Robinson and Peter White.
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Highlights from Radio 4's consumer programme
This week - how the churches conservation trust hope Champing - camping in churches - could become the next big thing. <br> <br>And sales of fake tan have dropped by 20% - we find out why with Vogue's international Beauty Director.
We hear the arresting stories from two You and Yours listeners about the difficulties many young people are facing with depression and other emotional problems. <br> <br>Plus, how pledge-funding can support your favourite act to release an album without a record label.
This week: just why is Clickbait so annoying, how an adult colouring in book shot to top of the Amazon sales charts and as the Ordinance Survey reaches a million downloads - what is it that makes maps special.
If you're watching live Premier League football at 3pm on a Saturday are you breaking the law? We find out. <br> <br>Plus - does compression sportswear really work.
If you've always wanted to be a Lord or Lady but weren't born to the right parents, you can buy the title online - we meet a man who did. Plus in the run up to the Easter getaway weekend, three BBC foreign correspondents talk about their best and worst memories of busy international airports.
Npower is the most complained about energy company, so we hear a lot about them on You and Yours. But they're trying to turn things around - and they've invited Winifred into their customer complaints centre to have a look at how they work. And we've been hitting the headlines. One of our stories led to 120 police officers raiding properties across England on Wednesday - Shari Vahl reports on a saga which began when she received a cold call offering high returns from gold investments. We're also taking a fascinating look at the wartime origins of the Citizens Advice Bureau - 75 this week. It features some marvellous archive courtesy of the Imperial War Museum.
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