Save Well, Spend Better
Andi and Anna reveal the gluten-free secrets the supermarkets aren't telling you
What's the difference between a £70 Ralph Lauren polo shirt and a £6 one from George at Asda? Plus: how Andrex is cleaning up; and how much can we be duped into paying for baked beans?
Andi and Anna assess the quality of Thomas Pink shirts in the lab. Plus: liquid soap; how pram manufacturers target dads; and which supermarket ready-meal looks least like the photo on its packaging?
Andi and Anna investigate the little-known Italian company behind most of the world's top luxury brand sunglasses. Dulux takes on Farrow & Ball paint. Plus: craft cider.
Andi and Anna reveal how big brands are sometimes made by someone different, and investigate how bigger portions can seem to be healthier. Plus: dog food; and pricey beauty sprays that are just water.
How can you get big reductions on medicines? Is high-protein cereal worth the price? Plus: how to get online prices on the high street. And: why older people pay more for insurance and other products.
Should we believe the astonishing reductions promised by high street discount stores? What's really in your favourite ice cream? And can men's beauty products deliver what they promise?
Andi and Anna check out online travel agents, the diet hype that's causing an Instagram sensation, and discount biscuits. And do subscription boxes provide good value?
Why do some big retailers still charge so much in hospital shops? Do Britain's most wanted headphones provide a better sound than cheaper alternatives? Plus: cheap tea bags, and hair loss shampoo.
What are online celebrities persuading us to buy? Which are Britain's most expensive motorway services? How do cheap school shoes compare to pricier brands? And: tights that claim to tackle cellulite.
Andi and Anna test high street and designer puffer down jackets, with some surprising results. Plus: the shocking cost of disability, the truth about trademarks, and a guide to high street haggling.
Andi and Anna provide festive money-saving advice on everything from food to gifts. Are luxury toiletries any better than supermarket own-brand? How can you tell a good bottle of wine? And much more.
Anna and Andi pit Sainsbury's against Amazon as they sample one-hour supermarket delivery. How do Nike's running tops compare to cheaper Decathalon? Plus: Holland & Barrett, and Lidl snacks.
Anna and Andi lift the lid on chocolate and pit luxury brands against supermarket labels. And what do the scientific claims on moisturisers and face washes really mean?
Including the latest twist in shrinkflation. Plus: how British are iconic Brit brands? And is expensive slimming swimwear any more effective than high street alternatives?
How much does it cost to get a free coffee from the big coffee chains' loyalty schemes? Plus: chocolates and biscuits, travel insurance, and West End theatre tickets.
Andi and Anna investigate vitamin drinks, children's toothpaste and over-50s travel insurance. And can switching supermarket aisles save you money?
Andi and Anna find unexpected ingredients in big brand baby foods, and test Fairy's longer-lasting claim. Plus: newspaper readers' offers, and the in-store experiences that tempt us to spend again.
Are some supermarket value ranges identical to their pricier standard own-label lines? Anna and Sabrina investigate. Plus: car insurance and beauty wipes.
Are supermarket vegetarian dishes good for your wallet and your health? Plus: online gambling - Anna and Sabrina reveal the truth about free bets.
Are upmarket tonic waters worth their price? And can G&T aficionados tell the difference? Anna and Sabrina also check out high street coffee chains, and phone chargers.
Anna and Sabrina visit one of Britain's biggest supermarkets, where identical products can have very different prices. Plus: how healthy is popcorn? Can high heels be comfortable? And car hire.
Anna and Sabrina take on retail giant John Lewis. Plus: dairy-free milks, batteries and supermarket value brands.
Anna and Sabrina get to grips with Viagogo's selling tactics, expose waterproof boots that don't keep the water out, and test new air fresheners making a splash
Anna and Sabrina reveal an amazing money-saving online shopping hack, as well as how to get the lowest energy prices. Plus: coffee, toothpaste and more.
Anna and Sabrina reveal how to save hundreds of pounds on pizza. Plus: gift cards, car insurance and the truth about the latest crazes in bottled water and toothbrushes.
Anna and Sabrina reveal the upmarket supermarket products that are identical to the value ranges. Plus: edible beauty products, 'healthy' ice cream, kids' treats, holiday deals and more.
What's the difference between value pasta and premium pasta? Are big brands' lifetime guarantees as impressive as they sound? Are Havaiana flip-flops worth the price? Plus: micellar water, and trains.
Anna and Sabrina reveal how to save money with big brands and retailers, including DFS for sofas, TUI for holidays, and Amazon
Kate Quilton and Sabrina Grant share a trolleyload of money-saving tips, from mobile phone contracts to sneaky loyalty schemes, steak and targeted muscle toners
Kate and Sabrina go undercover at leading health retailer Holland & Barrett and investigate whether you can trust Tesco's claims about their own-brand eco range
Kate and Sabrina investigate brands including Thomas Cook, Tui, Heinz and Sainsbury's
Is it worth paying more for eggs with a golden yolk? Should you spend more on peanut butter to get the best taste? And Kate and Sabrina test headphones that are advertised as safe for children.
From ditching plastic to removing sweets at the till, do high street stores keep their promises? Plus: Kellogg's, soft drinks and pet gadgets.
How to buy virtually identical versions of supermarket brands for a fraction of the price, plus sunscreen investigated, and the team put the energy regulator in the hot seat
Sabrina Grant and Kate Quilton answer questions and investigate complaints from viewers, offering money-saving tips and revelations
Consumer champions Sabrina Grant and Anna Richardson help two families by revealing inside tips on how we can all save a fortune, with just a few simple tweaks to our weekly shop
How do you slash £1000 from your online spend without compromising on what you buy? Sabrina Grant and Helen Skelton help two British families do just that.
With retailers desperate to get us splashing the cash, how can we tell if we are getting a bargain in the sales, or buying a turkey? Sabrina Grant and Helen Skelton investigate.