Sarah Pennells is joined on the programme by John Lees, a career specialist and author of a number of books including 'Take Control Of Your Career' and 'How To Get A Job You Love', and Rachel Morgan-Trimmer, founder of the website TheCareerBreakSite.com to discuss the financial issues you may face when changing your career later in life or taking a sabbatical, only on Your Money, Your Future.
Sarah Pennells is joined in the studio by Steph Savill of Foxy Lady Drivers Club, Charlotte Halkett from Insurethebox and on the phone by motoring journalist Maria McCarthy, to discuss car insurance, dealerships, and how to get the best deals in terms of motoring products only on Women And Money.
Sarah Pennells is joined in the studio by our Young Money Champion Kate Palmer, from The Telegraph, to discuss alternative options to university with guests Vicky York from The Princes Trust, Steve Morris from LearnDirect and Sharon Walpole from Notgoingtouni.co.uk.
Kate Palmer, Steve Morris, Sharon Walpole, Vicky York
Sarah Pennells is joined in the studio by Robert Houghton, chief executive of ReallyMoving.com and over the phone by Helen Saxon from MoneySavingExpert, and Eileen Rutschmann from Iammoving.com to talk about the costs involved when moving home and tips and tricks to cut down on spending.
Shop Floor with Nick Peters talking to Dom Jackman, co-founder of Escape the City, about the growing discontent among young professionals with life on the treadmill and how he and his team help them escape into a life of great fulfilment.
Show Floor with Nick Peters talking to Andrew Berwick of the Access Project on their programme to mentor and tutor children from disadvantaged backgrounds to attain the grades and confidence they need to go to top universities. Also talking with Sam Crooks of Credit Suisse about the tutoring and mentoring he gives to ambitious young student to achieve better grades.
Nick Peters hits the Shop Floor this week to talk to Duncan Exley, Executive Director of the Equality Trust about the massive advantage children of well-off parents enjoy compared with children of equal ability from less advantaged backgrounds.
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.
Sarah Pennells is joined by the Money Advice Service, Santander and A Mummy Too blogger to discuss back to school costs, what the biggest challenge is when buying for back to school, how to effectively plan for September and tips and tricks of saving money.