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Be one step ahead this week with Share Radio's round-up of forthcoming events

Covering expected business and world news, the diary also looks back to special anniversaries from the past and forwards to upcoming launches

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Want to set up your own business but don't know where to start?

Have you ever thought about starting your own business but had no idea where to start? Sue gets tips and advice from Carl Reader, AKA The Startup Coach, and business owner David Tovey, who's the author of Principled Selling.

The women who shape our world

Each week we're joined by an author to talk us through the ideas and background to their book. This time Sue Dougan was joined by entrepreneur Edwina Dunn to discuss her book "The Female Lead" which showcases 60 of the world's most accomplished women.

Movies & Money: Funny money

Movies and Money is Share Radio’s look at the world of film. Phil Scott joined Share Radio's Simon Rose for a look at money related themes in a variety of comedy films throughout the years.

The entrepreneur who's sending energy to Africa

More than a billion people around the world are living every day without access to power. Founder and CEO of Brighter World, Cheryl Latham, created a buy-to-give company that's on a mission to give us a great deal on our energy, but also to give solar-powered energy to families in villages in Africa for the very first time. Cheryl joined Georgie in the studio explain.

Company Casebook: Remeo Gelato

Linda Lewis meets some of the team behind Remeo Gelato, importers of the finest Italian gelato, which has been available via independent retailers and Ocado and is just about to go into Waitrose. We'll be hearing about the secrets of their gelato journey and also finding out how a chance contact with the tennis star Johanna Konta resulted in her becoming their brand ambassador and them filming a video together at the National Tennis Centre where Johanna had to hit frozen balls of gelato fired from a cannon.

Track Record: Head of communications at Scottish Friendly, Calum Bennie

On Track Record with Sue Dougan today: Savings expert and head of communications at Scottish Friendly, Calum Bennie. Sue talks to Calum about his father’s work ethic, about working in marketing for a tour company to get his career underway, before embarking on a financial career with Britannia Life and onward to Scottish Friendly. His musical choices include The Smiths, Kate Bush and Crowded House.

Serious Money with Claer Barrett: Fifteen legitimate ways to cut your tax bills

On this edition, Claer and Share Radio's Robyn Dwyer talked about the possibility of TripAdvisor introducing a service for tenants' feedback on properties. Plus, Claer talked about fifteen legal advices on how to cut tax bills. Finally a look at Merryn Somerset Webb's article on Personal Contact Purchases (PCP) car finance.

Your Money Your Future: How to invest in a stocks and shares ISA

If you've never invested before, it's quite likely that you'll start off by putting some money into a stocks and shares ISA. But how do you invest in one, what should you invest in and how much should you put in? Sarah Pennells was joined by Michelle McGrade who's investment director at TD Direct Investing, and I'm also joined by Chris Justham from Seven Investment Management and Jeannie Boyle from EQ Investors.

Women & Money:  The do's and don'ts of cosmetic surgerysur

Figures released today show that number of people having cosmetic procedures fell to just over 30,000 last year. What are your rights when you have a procedure done, how do you choose a good plastic surgeon and what can you do if it all goes wrong?. Sarah Pennells was joined by are Dr Uma Jeyanathan who is from Save Face, Judith Thomas-Whittingham who's head of clinical negligence at Stephensons solicitors Nilesh Sojitra, who is from the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons and Martyn James who's an independent financial expert.

This is Money: Housing Madness

It’s housing madness this week as the Government finally unveiled its white paper aimed at fixing Britain’s “broken” housing market. Decisive action or damp squib? We take a closer look at what the proposals will mean and what exactly is going on with property and rental prices, which experts claim could rise at least 20% in the next four years. This is Money is presented by Georgie Frost in partnership with NS&I.

Time travel back to 1917 for our 100th Gadgets & Gizmos

Technology is changing almost every aspect of daily life. Simon Rose and Steve Caplin, Share Radio's technology editor, look at the big technological changes that impact on the world of business, finance and money as well as some of the gadgets that help make everyday life a bit easier. It’s the 100th episode of Gadgets and Gizmos and Simon and Steve delve back in time to look back at the highlights in 1917, including sneakers, an electrified kitchen cabinet, separable fasteners and much more!

Emerging Opportunities: Adapting to Trump's diplomacy

In two weeks President Trump has been abandoning key trade agreements, threatening trade wars from China to Mexico, while cosying on the phone with Vladimir Putin - hours later, pro-Russian forces are fighting the army in Ukraine. Trump also attempted to block all visits to the US for any nationals from a group seven Muslim countries, blowing away all hope for Iran - one of the seven - breaking free from decades of sanctions, as he declared Iran the world's No. 1 terrorist state. So, how to make sense of the impact from all of that on the rest of the world?

The Business of Sport: Commons passes motion of 'no confidence' in the FA

On this week's show, a reaction and analysis to the government's vote of no confidence in the Football Association. England Netball CEO Joanna Adams joined Share Radio's Michael Considine to give her take on the latest funding announcements from Sport England. Netball was a big winner and we'll also be looking at Manchester United's latest round of financial results with City AM's Joe Hall. 

Share Radio Morning

Share Radio's consumer, money, property, home, travel, technology, banking, work and benefits show. Georgie Frost brings you a people based and educational show, with lots of case studies and interaction with listeners. Be there, from 9am to 12pm weekdays

Share Radio Breakfast

Share Radio Breakfast is our flagship show dedicated to money and finance. Nigel Cassidy brings you the breaking market news as it happens, with instant comment and analysis for the day ahead: from 7am to 9am every weekday.

The Share Radio Evening Show

Simon Rose takes you from 4pm to 7pm through a cornucopia of delights, from his round-up of the day's financial action to politics and economics, entrepreneurship and entertainment. Each weekday evening is special with Simon.

Share Radio Afternoon

From investments to social issues, don’t miss Ed Bowsher from 1pm to 4pm weekdays. 'Share Radio Afternoon' is our investment and ethics show for the personal investor, from fund management and ethical investment to community action.


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