Sarah Pennells is joined by Dean Brauer from Go Henry, Julie Hutchison from Standard Life and Ingrid McCleave from The Family Bank to discuss children's bank accounts, savings accounts, ISAs and trust funds.
Sarah Pennells is joined by Young Money Champion Nicole Blackmore from the Telegraph to talk about studying abroad, the costs, planning, where and when to go and the common problems students face, with expert guests from UniSmart, The Student World and Study Portals.
Sarah Pennells is joined in the studio by Belinda Aspinall, founder of Life After London, David Hollingworth from London and Country Mortgages and Mark Hayward from the National Association of Estate Agents to talk about the financial and social aspects of moving to the country.
Sarah Penells is joined by Young Money Champion Kate Palmer from The Telegraph to talk about preparing financially for being a student with bank accounts and credit cards, with expert guests Eri Mountbatton from the National Association of Students (NASMA) and Dan Jones from NatWest.
Sarah Pennells is joined in the studio by a thrifty blogger Money Saving Girl, and on the phone with an expert from Go Compare to talk about credit cards, rewards and cashback schemes to help you get the best deal for your money.
The team from This Is Money, the award-winning section of the Mail Online, are back for their weekly catch up with Georgie. In this show they tackle the banks & building societies named and shamed for low savings rates, why axing pension tax relief would be a terrible mistake and some easy ways to save.
Nikos Chryssochoidis, Managing Director of N. Chryssochoidis Stock Brokerage, speaks to Sandra Kilhof and Mark Johnson live From Athens, as Greek banks open for the first time in three weeks today. He offers an insight into the effects of capital controls.
The feisty finance experts from Money Fight Club are back. This week they tackle the new EU-wide watchdog that could help solve your complaints and why its crunch time for our supermarkets as the findings of an investigation could bring an end to confusing special offers.
Billy Bambrough has been looking at the Canadian economy, as well as the legacy of Mark Carney, formerly the Governor of the Bank of Canada before taking his current role at the Bank of England. He speaks to Jim Stanford, a Canadian economist, and independent economist Shaun Richards.
New research shows that as a nation we're not exactly clued up when it comes to our credit scores, but in this show Georgie debunks the myths surrounding our "financial CVs" with expert Lisa Hardstaff from Equifax.