Investment analyst & author Jeremy Miller, whose new book "Warren Buffett's Ground Rules - Words of Wisdom from the Partnership Letters of the World's Greatest Investor", explains Buffet's attitude to investing via 33 letters written between 1956 and 1970, joins Juliette Foster from New York to discuss the book and the man himself.
It's published by Profile Books on April 7th and costs £12.99 in hardback.
Sarah Pennells is joined in the studio by Lucie Lemay from 9to5 Foodie and over the phone with Hannah Mills from Wedges and Weights to discuss how to get the best value for money when getting fit. They discuss everything from creating nutritious meal plans on a budget to ways to stay fit for less.
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Can society and business exist in a mutually respectful relationship where one side knows where the other is coming from? On the surface, the answer to that question would appear to be "No", since most people believe that companies work to undermine the public interest. Yet there's no denying the fact that business and the public need each other although the challenge is to find a meaningful way of bringing both sides together. Well one man who may have the answer is the peer and former CEO of BP, John Browne, whose new book, "Connect: How Companies Succeed by Engaging Radically with Society", is published in paperback this week. John Browne joined Juliette Foster in the studio.
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.
Chief executive of The Jockey Club, Simon Bazalgette, talks to Sue Dougan about his career, his childhood and his favourite musical tracks, including Electric Light Orchestra's 'Mr. Blue Sky'. Since 2008, Simon has been running The Jockey Club as the leading commercial group in British horse racing.