Joining Georgie Frost in the studio for the third annual taste test is Editor Simon Lambert, Consumer Affairs editor Lee Boyce and special guest development editor Rich Browning from the Financial Website of the Year.
The team attempt to talk money matters - such as shared appreciation mortgages, a holiday Brexit tax and supermarket price wars - as they munch their way through a veritable feast of festive favourites.
Who among Waitrose, Tesco, Lidl and our wildcard, will win out on taste and price, in our completely unscientific, pointless bit of seasonal fun?!
Simon Lambert, Lee Boyce, Rich Brow, Richard Browning
Georgie Frost is joined in the studio by Share Radio’s Senior Analyst Ed Bowsher. Today on the agenda, they discuss even more strikes, now by cleaners on Great Western Railway. Plus money wiring scams. All these stories and more on The News Review.
Ryan Heath, Senior EU Correspondent and Associate Editor at POLITICO Europe, joined Share Radio Breakfast to talk politics. The Daily Telegraph leads with news the UK could face a bill of £50 billion to leave the EU. Meanwhile the Financial Times says Brussels is preparing rule changes which would deprive London of one of its flagship financial businesses.
The latest retail sales data for November is in and, as widely expected, Black Friday and other retail sales days boosted the numbers. The figures are nearly 6% higher than the same period last year. But do the figures tell the whole story of what’s going on in retail, especially in light of Brexit, and with sterling in flux? Matt Cox found out more from Mintel’s Retail Analyst, Richard Perks.
There has been remarkable growth in property rental prices around the proposed new stations for HS2 and Crossrail 2. Otherwise, national rental growth has slowed. This has been revealed in Landbay's monthly Rental Index, which provides analysis of national rental growth. For more on this, the CEO and Co-Founder of Landbay, John Goodall, joined Share Radio Breakfast.
Scotland's Finance Secretary Derek Mackay has pledged a funding increase of £240m for local services as he set out his draft budget. Mr Mackay also confirmed he will not change income tax rates or bands. Those were two of the headlines from the Scottish Budget, and to bring us up to date with this, Share Radio’s Scotland Correspondent Maurice Smith joined Nigel Cassidy and Sara Sjölin.
Carl Reader AKA The Startup Coach joined Share’s Georgie Frost in the studio with his top tips to start your own business and where to firstly start. Also joining him was Freddie St George is the owner of Raring2Go, a chain of magazines that are aimed at parents of children, and is wanting to expand his business by offering franchise opportunities.
The average Brit will consume over 60 units of alcohol over the festive period - a unit is approximately half a pint of beer or lager or 125ml glass of wine. What is the secret to surviving a hangover and what product or foods actually work to cure it? Share's Melanie Wray asked Rob Hobson, Healthspan registered nutritionist and author of The Detox Ktichen Bible and medical nutritionist, Dr Sarah Brewer.
Christmas can be a stressful time for couples due to the pressure to make it special and spend money on gifts. It's not surprising that January has historically been the busiest time of year for divorce lawyers. But what can people do to prevent money ruining their relationship? Our reporter Mary Newman spoke to Peter Saddington, relationship councillor at Relate.
Well today is International Tea Day. It's aimed at draws public attention to the problems of tea production and the impact of the global tea trade on workers of the tea plantations, small growers and consumers. Expert Bill Gorman from UK tea Infusions Association told Georgie Frost about how the modern tea trade works and how it impacts the economy for growers and traders.