Last weekend marked the start of the Chinese New Year festivities. In a 2 week celebration, families will cook a whole host of dishes to welcome the new year, preparing certain ingredients that will bring prosperity to loved ones. Our reporter Anviksha Patel spoke to Emmy nominated TV chef and author Ching He Huang to find out what the Year of the Rooster will bring to our dinner tables.
Young entrepreneurs are more than twice as positive about the growth of their businesses than older generations, despite any potential threats from Brexit. A report by Albion Ventures said two thirds of owners under the age of 35 think their companies will grow in the next year. Share Radio reporter Sara Macham spoke to Albion's Patrick Reeve.
Georgie Frost was joined by senior analyst Ed Bowsher. Today on the agenda, they discussed the new trial to make rail fares simpler. Plus they look into why people spend 4 days a year in total trying to find a parking space. All these stories and more on The News Review.
Now it's time to review some of the biggest political stories. Georgie Frost was joined by Billy Bambrough, Editor of economics and business website Verdict.co.uk. MPs will vote later on whether to pass a law which gives the prime minister the power to start the process of leaving the European Union. Are the government expected to win?
Joining us to discuss what the main market headlines of the morning are is Share Radio's very own Juliette Foster. There's a couple of big announcements coming out of TalkTalk this morning. Apple has also announced for the final three months of 2016 and we have housing data from Nationwide.
Financial heavyweights Lindsay Cook and Vix Leyton joined Georgie in the studio. After half a century could we see the end of free cash at ATMs? We take a look at why and what we can do IF charges are brought in. The Sucker punch award goes to an old favourite - HMRC but what has the taxman done wrong now? And in more positive news - the ladies will tell you how you could save £1000 a year on a simple change.
The fear of broadband downtime means internet-dependent Brits are missing out on £327 million savings a year, according to a survey by Uswitch. The data found that people are so concerned about internet blackouts that just one in ten has switched broadband provider in the past year. Georgie spoke to Ewan Taylor-Gibson, uSwitch's resident broadband expert.
Recently it's become increasingly difficult to separate fact from fiction in what we read and see online. The problem is now so bad though that a Parliamentary inquiry is being launched to look into solving the problem. To find out more Share Radio's Tom Hill spoke to chair of The Culture, Media and Sport Committee, Damian Collins MP, who began by explaining the scale of the problem.
Share Radio's Sara Macham has been taking a look at another member of the UK Money Blogger community: katykicker.com. Created by mother and wife, Katy Stevens, the blog shares her views on personal finance issues to do with parenting, products, and family life.