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Sue Dougan

Share Food with Sainsbury's Magazine: Episode Twenty

Sue Dougan
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Share Food with Sainsbury's Magazine

Share Food with Sainsbury's Magazine: Episode Twenty
This week Sue and Helena talk to chef and writer Sue Quinn about the benefits of a Mediterranean diet, restauranteur Glynn Purnell about autumn cooking, Americophile Florence Cornish about her new US-inspired cookbook, and look at the many culinary uses of the humble coconut.
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Sue Quinn, Florence Cornish, Glynn Purnell


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Juliette Foster

The Business of Sport: F1 bought by US company Liberty Media & 2016 Paralympics kick off

Juliette Foster
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The Business of Sport

The Business of Sport: F1 bought by US company Liberty Media & 2016 Paralympics kick off
Welcome to the Business of Sport with Michael Considine. On the show this week: Formula 1 has been bought by American entertainment media company Liberty Media. Formula 1 commentator Mark Gallagher will be joining us to give his thoughts on what the deal means for the future of the sport. After initial concerns that there wasn't necessary funding, the 2016 Paralympics has kicked off. Aaron Bauer, Rio de Janeiro Correspondent at Around the Rings will be joining us from Rio. And Robert Van Egghen will have Extra Time.

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Ed Bowsher

The Book Review: 'Scrappy' by Terri Sjodin

Ed Bowsher
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Book Review

The Book Review: 'Scrappy' by Terri Sjodin
It's time for another one of our weekly book reviews. Today Share Radio's Ed Bowsher was joined by American entrepreneur Terri Sjodin, author of 'Scrappy' - a little book about choosing to play big. It tells the stories of extraordinary people who play scrappy in order to attain elusive goals - from a Girl Scout who sold 117 boxes of cookies in 2 hours outside a medical marijuana dispensary to the founder of the Rainforest Cafe restaurant chain. Tune in to see how such a fighting spirit can allow you to attain your goals faster and easier.

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Simon Rose

Book Value with Paul Sloane

Simon Rose
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Book Value

Book Value with Paul Sloane
Innovation, lateral thinking and creativity are now the essential life skills. Innovation can apparently make the difference between the ordinary and the extraordinary, or even success and failure. History is full of legendary pioneers, mavericks and visionaries who have transformed the fields of art, music, science and business, but what lessons can we learn from them in order to start thinking in the same innovative way ourselves? Paul Sloane, has written extensively on the subject has compiled a new book entitled 'Think Like an Innovator' which gives 76 inspiring business lessons from the world's greatest thinkers and innovators.
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Paul Sloane


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Matthew Cook

Inside Music: Industry Past and Present

Matthew Cook
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Inside Music

Inside Music: Industry Past and Present
This week on inside music we continue the new music history segment with Gareth Murphy discussing the comparison between the early days of the record history and the current industry landscape. Share Radios Frey Linsday and friend of the show Digital accounts manager at Proper Music Distribution Andy Belmont give their music industry analyses . And of course throughout the show there's the soundcloud artist of the week, this week Braille Face from Melbourne, Australia
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Andy Belmont, Gareth Murphy, Frey Lindsay


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Sue Dougan

Track Record: John Willis

Sue Dougan
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Track Record

Track Record: John Willis
This week Sue is joined by John Willis, founder and CEO of Power2Inspire, an organisation which inspires people to take part in sport regardless of their body type, age, ethnicity of disability. John himself was born with shortened arms and legs and is doing his own Road2Rio challenge by competing in every Olympic sport.
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John Willis


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Sue Dougan

Share Food with Sainsbury's Magazine: Episode Nineteen

Sue Dougan
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Share Food with Sainsbury's Magazine

Share Food with Sainsbury's Magazine: Episode Nineteen
This week Sue and digital editor Sarah Alcock chat to cookery writer James Ramsden about making the most of your barbecue, GBBO winner Edd Kimber about baking in the famous tent, cookery writer Thane Prince about using up all those tomatoes and courgettes, AND they try some Burmese food with Thuzar Kyi and MiMi Aye.
Guests:

James Ramsden, Edd Kimber, Thane Prince, Thuzar Kyi, MiMi Aye


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Ed Bowsher

The Business of Sport: Premier league breaks transfer record & the future of women's hockey

Ed Bowsher
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The Business of Sport

The Business of Sport: Premier league breaks transfer record & the future of women's hockey
Welcome to the Business of Sport with Michael Considine. On the show this week. Premier League transfer window spending has breached a billion pounds for the first time. Football finance expert Rob Wilson gives his take on what this psychological barrier means. After the success of the Womens hockey team at the Olympics, what's next for the sport in the UK? Rich Beer, Development Director at England Hockey joins us. And of course Joe Aldridge has Extra Time.

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Juliette Foster

The Book Review: 'Fixing Economics' by George Cooper

Juliette Foster
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Book Review

The Book Review: 'Fixing Economics' by George Cooper
What's the connection between a 16th century Polish astronomer and a 19th century British naturalist? Nicolaus Copernicus and Charles Darwin may have lived three centuries apart but their thinking changed scientific perspectives. Thanks to Copernicus, we know the sun and not the earth is at the centre of the Universe, whilst Darwin's theory of evolution challenged the orthodox view that the species were created the same time as earth and in their current form. So what about the science of economics? Is it also due for a major re-think? Yes, according to George Cooper, an author and Chief Investment Officer of Equitile Investments. In his new book 'Fixing Economics', he argues that modern economics needs to embrace a new way of looking at and understanding the world if financial crises are to be prevented in the future. George Cooper joined Juliette Foster in the studio to discuss his book and ideas.

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Matthew Cook

Inside Music: Exclusives

Matthew Cook
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Inside Music

Inside Music: Exclusives
This week we're talking 'Exclusives' what do they mean to the industry, distributors, artists and fans. I'll be speaking with the CEO of the Entertainment Retail Association Kim Bayley who has backed Universal's supposed ban on exclusives. We'll be getting some more perspective of how the exclusives debate has intensified with Share Radios Frey Linsday and the Digital accounts manager at Proper Music Distribution Andy Belmont discussing how Frank Ocean has played into the Exclusive Model plus Later on in the show I'll also be talking to Gareth Murphy author of 'Cowboys and Indies: The Epic History of the Record Industry'. And of course throughout the show there's the sound cloud artist of the week. This week Noname, an American hip hop recording artist and poet based in Chicago, Illinois.
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Kim Bayley, Andy Belmot, Frey Lindsay, Gareth Murphy


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