From Brexit to the US election 2016 proved quite a year for political and economic stories.
But what does all this mean for the business world and our finances and what else can we expect in 2017? To get a review of the last year and look forward to the next Share Radio's Melanie Wray spoke to Paresh Davdra, founder and CEO of Rational FX.
It's the time of year many of us are making plans and resolutions for the new year. But what investment decisions should you be making and just what could 2017 have in store for markets. Georgie was joined in the studio by founder of Invstr app Kerim Derhalli to find out what investment opportunities people can look out for in 2017.
For our weekly check-in with Money Saving Expert, Georgie was joined by Consumer Writer Megan French. Today Megan was advising on giving yourself a new-year money makeover and watching out for the latest scams. Plus a roundup of the best deals the eagle-eyed team have come across this week.
The New Year is a great time to pledge change, and energy efficiency is an easy goal to add to your list. Not only is it good for the environment - it's good for your wallet too! To find out how. Georgie spoke on the line with Mark Todd from the price comparison website, Energy Helpline.
In the food world, 2016 proved to be the year of avocados and craft beer, so what will we see in 2017? Food writer Xanthe Clay joined Georgie Frost on the line to give some insights into what will be on the nation's plates this year.
Georgie Frost is joined in the studio by Share’s Senior Analyst Ed Bowsher. Today on the agenda, they discuss fat cat Wednesday and what it means. Plus a look into the latest news on the gender pay gap. All these stories and more on The News Review.
This is the Careers Clinic where we discuss all things work related. What happens when you're job comes to an unexpected end? Redundancy is often a thorny issue and there's plenty of legal nitty gritty to consider here. To unpick it all Georgie was joined in the studio by Kevin Charles from Crossland Employment Solicitors.
The gloves are off in Money Fight Club this week; Royal Mail's predicting today will be the busiest day for online shopping returns - with a jump of more than 50 per cent expected. So financial heavyweights Lindsay Cook and James Walker tackles how to return any faulty Christmas gifts you may have received. We find out who will be getting the Golden Gloves and Sucker Punch awards this week. And in Modern Manners we negotiate the office politics of booking annual leave.
It's the start of a new year so we're looking ahead to what new products are on their way and what developments we might see. 2016 saw trends such as drones, virtual reality and the rise of AI so what will 2017 hold? To give us a preview Georgie was joined on the line with Chris Hall, editor of Pocket Lint.
Georgie Frost checked in with Mr Moneyblogger himself, Andy Webb from the UK Money Bloggers community to find out about their money goals for 2017 and decided on sticking to their New Year's financial resolutions.