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.
With little or no access to toiletries and sanitary products, homeless women have to deal with all sorts of unimaginable unpleasantness and discomfort and probably never feel clean. Georgie was joined in the studio with Ebun Ali, Director of The Beauty Therapy Project, a new campaign 'The Beauty Therapy Project' that aims to raise awareness and to help homeless women with their personal hygiene.
It’s that time of year when lots of charities make a bid for your support - or at least your money - and they find ever more creative ways to do it. This Friday marks Save the Children's annual 'Christmas Jumper Day', where people wear a silly woolly for charity. Actress Ashley Jensen, from the likes of 'Extras' and 'Ugly Betty', is a supporter and she told Shares Melanie Wray why she's involved.
Cyber criminals are upping their game and continually finding new ways to steal your bank details or other data. Georgie Frost heard from CEO of Get Safe Online Tony Neate about the shocking story how the scammers are now using dating and social media sites, to gain victims trust and persuade them into vulnerable situations like nudity so they can later be blackmailed.
Georgie Frost is joined in the studio by Russell Quirk, CEO of eMoov estate agents. Today on the agenda, they discuss Yahoo's cyberattacks and strikes from Southern Rail, Argos, and British Airways. All these stories and more on The News Review.
The number of inheritance disputes reaching the High Court this year is reported to have reached to a record high. A large part of this is being blamed on changing family make up and the rise in property prices. Share Radio Morning’s Georgie Frost checked into the Careers clinic and spoke in the studio to by Justin Sadler, a partner at Barrett & Co in Reading.
This week Georgie Frost was joined by personal finance writer Sam McFaul from Money Saving Expert. They were looking into an end to fixed energy deals and how a power of attorney can protect you and your loved ones. Plus a roundup of the latest and best deals the team have come across this week.
There is no doubt the pressure is on to spend a lot at this time of the year. But can you really reject the commercial and social pressure and just not buy anything. That's exactly what one blogger did. Our reporter Mary Newman spoke to Emily Hedlund to find out how and why she did this.
Sleep is absolutely fundamental, and can have a serious impact on our health and wellbeing if we don’t have enough. And yet we are one of the worst countries in Europe when it comes to sleep deprivation - in both adults and kids. Indeed 90% of us wake at least once in the night, for a tenth of us it is 5 times or more! Independent sleep practitioner, educator and analyst James Wilson aka The Sleep Geek joined Share Radio Morning’s Georgie Frost to analyse our sleep habits.