Marc Shoffman discusses the topic of debt with Senior Network Coordinator for the Church Credit Champions, David Barclay, and Andy Burns, from organisation Capital Mass. He looks at the different ways small communities take on the challenge to campaign against poverty and inequality.
This week Matthew Cook visits Action Aid HQ, a leading international charity who support women and children in extreme poverty, fight for the rights of the world's poorest people in forty three countries, work with over five thousand schools globally to get children and young people the education they deserve, and have been campaigning for change for over forty years.
In 1971, a group of friends set off to sail into a nuclear test zone in a boat called Greenpeace, and their protest captured the world’s imagination. Now a new documentary called How to Change the World reveals never before seen archive to bring their story to life, and in this show Georgie Frost chats to director Jerry Rothwell.
Matthew Cook visits Artbox London, a registered charity and social enterprise that helps artists with learning disabilities to create artwork, as well as running art workshops to provide opportunities for the artists to exhibit their work in galleries and sell them to the public.
This week, Matthew Cook visits CARIS, a registered charity which runs two projects in Islington. One is a bereavement counselling service which is open to adults and children, and the other is a cold weather night shelter which is open everyday during the winter months offering hospitality to homeless guests and supporting them in finding more permanent accommodation.
Sarah Pennells is joined in the studio by our Young Money Champion Kate Palmer, from The Telegraph, to discuss alternative options to university with guests Vicky York from The Princes Trust, Steve Morris from LearnDirect and Sharon Walpole from Notgoingtouni.co.uk.
Kate Palmer, Steve Morris, Sharon Walpole, Vicky York
Show Floor with Nick Peters talking to Andrew Berwick of the Access Project on their programme to mentor and tutor children from disadvantaged backgrounds to attain the grades and confidence they need to go to top universities. Also talking with Sam Crooks of Credit Suisse about the tutoring and mentoring he gives to ambitious young student to achieve better grades.