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|Other names||You & Yours|
|Running time||Weekdays: 12.18 – 12.57|
|Country of origin||United Kingdom|
|Home station||BBC Radio 4|
|Hosted by||Winifred Robinson, Peter White, Louise Minchin, Shari Vahl|
|Original release||October 1970 – present|
You and Yours is a British radio consumer affairs programme, broadcast on BBC Radio 4 and produced by BBC News.
You and Yours began broadcasting in October 1970, when its first presenter was Joan York. In the 1980s it briefly ran seven days a week. In April 1998 it was increased from a 25-minute programme to 55 minutes. However, in 2014 the running time was reduced to approximately 40 minutes to make space for Radio 4's World War I drama Home Front which went out between 12.04 and 12.15. In the months when Home Front was not broadcast a different programme took its place and You and Yours continued to begin at 12.15. On 14 October 2008 there was a change of format, with two presenters being replaced by one. The breadth of topics covered was extended to global problems as well as those closer to home. The programme continues to cover a wide range of topics, and now broadcasts on themes of medical interest as well as consumer issues. For example, on 8 May 2012, a considerable proportion of the programme was devoted to cancer care. Other medical themes that have been discussed on the programme include dementia and diabetes mellitus. The Tuesday edition of the programme takes the form of a phone-in on a consumer matter and is referred to as Call You and Yours. Winifred Robinson is the usual presenter for most of the week, with Peter White presenting the show on Fridays. Shari Vahl often works as a reporter on the show but sometimes stands in as the main presenter, while Louise Minchin also stands in as the main presenter from time to time.
On 9 January 2018, Winifred Robinson did not present the programme. The focus of this edition was fair pay for women in the aftermath of the resignation by Carrie Gracie from her post as the BBC's China Editor and her claim that the BBC was guilty of pay discrimination.Robinson had publicly given support for Ms Gracie and was replaced due to "impartiality issues". Shari Vahl presented this edition of the programme instead. It is edited by Chas Watkin and currently has a weekly audience of three and a half million. It is followed by a weather forecast which precedes The World at One .
You and Yours is transmitted on Mondays to Fridays at 12.18 and runs for approximately 40 minutes.
The programme has a weekly podcast and it is possible to listen to each item in the programme via its website.
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