Share Radio's Steve Clarke brings us the latest live from Davos ahead of the last day of the World Economic Forum. What was the reaction to Theresa May's speech from Thursday and how did Chancellor Philip Hammond follow up on the Prime Minister’s talk?
And now it's time for the second instalment of Track Record. This week Sue Dougan has been sitting down with entrepreneur, Paul Oberschneider, who went from rock bottom, to running a businesses worth over $200 million.
There are over 9 million ethnic minorities living in the UK and with a spending power of £300 billion, they're one of the biggest groups of consumers in the country and their population is set to double by 2045. Yet only 1 of 5 UK companies reach out to them as consumers. This is why GottaBe! Ethnic is running a masterclass on ethnic marketing today at Novotel Blackfriars in Central London. Tomasz Dill, Managing Director of GottaBe! was in the studio to discuss more.
It's time for the World of Work, our regular look at all you need to know about the modern workplace. Ever thought about starting your own business? Have no fear, because Carl Reader AKA The Startup Coach is here! Joining him was business owner, James Griffiths who runs "Wild Training" gym in High Wycombe. They spoke to Georgie about how James started his business.
This is our Share Radio Book Slot. Today we focused on relationships, particularly the cost of adultery and divorce and separation. Georgie Frost was joined in studio by C.J. Grace, former journalist and author of the new book, Adulterer's Wife: How to Thrive Whether You Stay or Not.
This is Share Radio Morning investigates. Life costs on average, £550 more if you are disabled. David McNeill is Head of Public Affairs at Transport for London and spoke to Georgie about making it TFL's top priority and getting everyone in London onboard, especially Mayor Sadiq Khan.
Neal Brown who himself has a hidden disability and Head of Communications at Scope - Richard Lane joined Georgie in the studio today. Please offer me a seat - is a badge especially for those who have conditions that aren't obvious to wear on London's underground.
Georgie Frost was joined in the studio by Finance Expert at Moneyfacts Group Rachel Springall. Today on the agenda, they discussed the worst adverts. Plus they look into why Npower was voted the worst energy company of 2016. All these stories and more on The News Review.
It's time to look at some of the biggest political stories of the day. Georgie Frost joined by political Josh Lowe, Reporter at Newsweek. Teresa May speaking in Davos right now - what can we expect from the PM?
All the big economic stories of the day including: The European Central Bank leaving rates at zero percent, market reaction to US Fed chair Janet Yellen's warning of a 'nasty surprise' if the US waits too long to raise its rates, and the Bank of Cyprus listing - is this the latest vote of confidence for London as a financial hub?
Richard Jeffrey is chief economist at Cazenove Capital Management and joined Share Radio's senior analyst Ed Bowser to talk through this and more.