Andy helps a father who did not receive the insurance pay-out he was entitled to.
The sheriffs help a couple who paid £7,000 up front to have a new bathroom fitted.
The sheriffs help a car enthusiast who spent £2,000 on parts that were never delivered.
Sheriffs help a man who sold his collection of antiques but ended up out of pocket.
Sheriffs confront a farmer who hasn't paid a local electrician.
Sheriffs track down a builder who left a home extension unfinished.
Sheriffs visit a skincare company after three ex-employees were left out of pocket.
The fate of a £12,000 Range Rover hangs in the balance when the sheriffs call a tow truck.
Getting permission to extend a house can be tricky, particularly in a conservation area.
Can listed buildings be extended and adapted or are they simply a historic headache?
Two families try to get the most out of their budgets for their extensions.
Two more families try to extend their homes and fall foul of the planners.
Sheriff Ken won't take no for an answer at a hotel with a debt to pay.
Can diet help combat some of the painful symptoms of arthritis?
Gloria Hunniford asks how much water people really need to drink every day.
Gloria Hunniford examines claims that so-called 'free from' foods may not be so healthy.
The team investigate reports that some of our favouite foods might be dangerous.
The team investigate reports about some foods it's claimed could help you lose weight.
The team investigate problems viewers have had at airports.
Travel expert Simon Calder has tips on visiting Croatia on a budget.
How a company sent one family to a succession of villas they had no right to stay in.
They team look at how police are tackling Barcelona's reputation for pickpocketing.
How one family's trip abroad was very different from the photos the brochure had shown.
Are the great deals advertised for holidays always quite what they seem or even available?
The Rip Off Britain team investigate problems with big-name airlines.
The team investigates stories to do with staying healthy and safe while travelling.
Gregg Wallace explores Ribena's Gloucestershire factory.
Which are the countries where it is - or isn't - safe to drink the tap water?
The team unravels some mysterious phone and car hire charges.
The team expose surprising issues viewers have had with apparently 'free' cancellations.
How people can ensure they are protected if something goes wrong while on holiday.
Ruth Goodman uncovers the origin of Worcestershire sauce, as told by Mr Lea and Mr Perrins
A look at holiday disasters that happen before people even reach their destination.
Investigating concerns raised behind the counter of the UK's biggest pharmacy chain.
The team get to the bottom of scams designed to trick people out of hundreds of pounds.
The team look into difficulties that can arise en route to or from a destination.