Sue Dougan is joined by former journalist Abigail Austen who looks back at her fantastic career and musical favourites, including Aretha Franklin and Sammy Davis Jr. Abi discusses her new book, Lord Robert's Valet, based on her unique experiences as a senior advisor to the US army; her wedding next year and how she's been a catalyst for change in the media.
Sue Dougan speaks to Rob Hallett, former president of international touring at AEG Live, who looks back at his journey in the music industry and his collaboration with a variety of artists including Michael Jackson, Duran Duran and Justin Timberlake. Now the CEO of Robomagic, a global network of independent promoters, who advertise national and international tours for A-list artists. Rob shares his favourite tracks, including David Bowie and Leonard Cohen, that paved his career in the music industry.
Sue Dougan speaks to Justin Urquhart Stewart, founder of Seven Investments about his career at Seven Investment Management. He looks over his career after 35 years of experience and discusses his favorite tracks, including Santana's 'Smooth'.
After Maria Sharapova’s failed drug test this week, sponsors such as Tag Heuer and Nike dropped the tennis champion within days of the scandal coming to light. Nick Peters looks at the sponsors who work with sport icons and how such events affect their reputation. Nick speaks to Rupert Pratt from Generate Sponsorship.
Nick then explores how advertising companies are facing the changes of TV in the UK. He speaks to David Tiltman at WARC who looks back at their best ads and Lindsey Clay from ThinkBox who talks about A Year in TV 2015 and the future of advertising in television, after many programmes have moved online.
Sue Dougan speaks to Richard Gillingwater (CBE), Chairman of Henderson Global Investors and recently appointed Pro-Chancellor of the Open University. Together they look back at his life and career through his chosen tracks.
The Bank of England Museum houses gold bars, bank notes and a whole host of exhibits charting the Bank's role at the heart of Britain's financial system stretching back over 300 years. Linda Lewis has been along to meet the curator Anna Spender and find out what's on offer to visitors.
Thousands of podcasts covering politics, economics, philosophy and entertainment, plus unlimited online radio including some great folk music (instrumental) - all free of charge, and practically no ads!