Chris Jones, CEO of English Athletics, joins Sue Dougan on this week's Track Record. From teaching to becoming the head of one of England's most important sporting organisations, Chris shares his musical choices and his previous experiences in his sporting career. He also explains why athletics is currently booming since the London 2012 Olympics.
Sue Dougan and Sarah Alcock start the programme by exploring Scottish food with Adam Waugh from Mac and Wild. Food writer Oliver Rowe talks about seasonal foods and how to make the most of them, while Charlie Jacoby, Royal historian and writer, reveals what the Royals like to eat. Joudie Kalla talks about her new book, 'Palestine on a Plate', and what dishes are cooked in the holy month of Ramadan.
Sarah Alcock, Adam Waugh, Oliver Rowe, Charlie Jacoby, Joudie Kalla
This is The Business of Sport with Share Radio's Michael Considine, we have a bumper Euro 2016 edition for you today.
Michael speaks to Colin Cieszynski of CMC Markets for a look at what stocks will be affected by the championships, Joe Aldridge will be looking at how productivity will be affected and William Hill's Joe Crilly will have the bookmakers view ahead of kick off of the competition.
Plus Patrick Jones has Extra Time.
Satyajit Das, Australian former banker and corporate treasurer, turned consultant and now author discusses his book "A Banquet of Consequences". He believes that the factors that caused the Global Financial Crisis of 2008 have not been addressed and he discussed this and more with Ed Bowsher.
With two and a half weeks to go before Britain votes in the June 23rd referendum on EU membership, the mood on the streets is more like confusion than euphoria. With both sides accusing each other of lies and exaggeration, it's hardly surprising that some people still don't know which way to vote. For many the problem is seperating EU fact from EU fiction...and knowing where to go for impartial analysis. Author and academic Chris Bickerton may have the answer in his new book "The European Union: A Citizens Guide", which tells you everything you ever wanted to know about the EU without telling you which way to vote. Chris Bickerton joins Juliette Foster in the studio.
Matthew Cook is joined by Murray Stassen, Deputy editor of Music Week,discussing the current debate surrounding copyright laws. John Telfer, the new director of BMG Brazil and Co-Founder of Basement Music, discusses the company's development. Matt also discusses the European Copyright Law with Nathalie Vandystadt, the European Commission spokesperson for the Digital Single Market. Frey Lindsay looks at Elvis Costello's ban from Saturday Night Live as an example of how interpretation can lead to something one didn't think was possible.
Nick Peters opens the programme discussing M&S' new summer advert with Brand Consultant Adrian Day, together they look at the company's new approach to recover and grow the M&S clothing brand. Colin Williamson explores how the world of journalist is changing after CityAm's new strategy to tear down the editorial and commercial divide; while Sam Scott, Head of Video at The Drum, explains their latest series, Cliche Killers- a satirical take on the Top 12 cliches in advertising.
Many of us probably like to think we have a novel in us, but for most, it remains just a dream. But how easy is it to get your novel - or a work of non-fiction - published and can you make money from it? Sarah Pennells is joined in the studio by Nick Barreto, co-founder of digital publisher Canelo, author Dawn Reeves, and Mindy Gibbins-Klein, founder of The Book Midwife and Panoma Press Publishing, about how to make money from a novel or non-fiction book.
In this edition of Share Food with Sainsbury's Magazine, Sue Dougan is joined by, Editor-in-Chief, Helena Lang and they kick off the programme with...chocolate! From cocoa to bar Simon Pattinson, founder of Montezuma's, explains how they're making ethically sourced and tasty chocolate bars. Helena meets food author Eleonora Galasso on the night of her book launch to discuss why 'food happiness' is so important in her book and in Italian culture. Claire Blampied OBE, from Sacla' UK, explains how she captured the nations's hearts with pesto, while Shauna Guinn, talks BBQ, USA-style, and her first recipe book, Hang the Fire Cookbook, with her business partner Samantha Evans.
Helena Lang, Claire Blampied, Eleonora Galasso, Shauna Guinn, Simon Pattinson