Georgie Frost is joined by financial heavy weights Lindsay Cook and Andy Webb. This week they take on the malfunctioning smart meters charging people as much as seven times their normal bill. Plus why insurance companies are getting the sucker punch this week and is it really a good idea to pay off your student debt?
Over the weekend streaming giant Netflix has been held to ransom by hackers who released ten episodes of hit series Orange is the New Black after their demands went unmet. So do cyber security threats such as this really represent a growing risk to the entertainment industry? Share Radio's Tom Hill joined Georgie Frost in the studio to explain more.
How will UK tech start-ups fare post-Brexit and can the country still become a European equivalent of Silicon Valley? Georgie Frost meets Gordon & Eden- a leading specialist in recruiting digital and technology executives and part of the Leap 100 list of fastest growing companies.
We just checked in with Chermaine Samphire -whose site is : chammyirl.co.uk. - but there are about 100 experts in the UK money blogger community. But who are the people behind the Twitter Handles. Share Radio's Sara Macham spoke to Kalpana Fitzpatrick, whose blog is Mummy Money Matters.
it's time to check in with the UK Money blogger community fresh from their Monday Twitter chat. Now every week, around 100 experts in all, take to the social media site to kick off the week and share experiences, tips and questions on anything money related. Last night they discussed getting your finances ready for the summer. Joining me now is Chammy Samphire -whose site is: chammyIRL.co.uk
Today on the agenda, Georgie Frost and Deborah Hargreaves, Founding Director of High Pay centre and former Business Editor of the Guardian discussed how women on low incomes are being offered IVF treatment at no cost - IF they agree to give away half of the healthy eggs they produce. Plus they look into why the proportion of high-earning women hasn't changed for six years. All these stories and more on The News Review.
Theresa May has dismissed as "Brussels gossip" an account of a dinner with EC President Jean-Claude Juncker, published in a German newspaper. The pair reportedly clashed over Mrs May's desire to make Brexit "a success" and whether the issue of protecting the rights of expat UK and EU nationals could be agreed as early as June. The Frankfurter Allgemeine claims Mr Juncker said: "I leave... 10 times more sceptical than I was before."
An investigation has thrown doubt on claims that the small, personal email server Nomx can provide "absolute security". Created by entrepreneur Will Donaldson, Nomx says it uses the "world's most secure communications protocol" to protect email messages. But security analysts cracked the device's simple passwords and hacked its hardware and software.
While the Conservatives are still on course to win the election, the margin of victory is becoming less certain. A YouGov poll has found that Labour was up two points to 31%. A poll for the Sunday Times showed the Tories had a 13-point lead with 44% of the vote, yet a YouGov poll gave the Tories a 23-point lead last week, showing a dip of 10 points.