Sarah Pennells is joined in the studio by Belinda Aspinall, founder of Life After London, David Hollingworth from London and Country Mortgages and Mark Hayward from the National Association of Estate Agents to talk about the financial and social aspects of moving to the country.
Belinda Aspinall, David Hollingworth, Mark Hayward
Sarah Pennells is joined by Lucy Maggs, Head of Media at Smart Energy GB, Caroline Lloyd, Energy Expert at Go Compare and Dale Vince, Managing Director of Ecotricity, to help answer your questions about energy bills, smart meters, tariffs and switching your providers on Ask Sarah.
Sarah Pennells is joined in the studio by Jill Rutter from the Family and Childcare Trust and Anastasia de Waal from Family Lives, to talk about the cost of childcare during the holiday period, and what help and support there is out there for single parents or working parents who are looking to provide care for their children during the holidays.
Sarah Pennells is joined by this week's young money champion, Rachael Healy and guests from the London Bike Kitchen and the National Cycling Charity to talk about bike insurance and how cyclists can save money.
Sarah Penells is joined by Young Money Champion Kate Palmer from The Telegraph to talk about preparing financially for being a student with bank accounts and credit cards, with expert guests Eri Mountbatton from the National Association of Students (NASMA) and Dan Jones from NatWest.
Sarah Pennells is joined in the studio by a thrifty blogger Money Saving Girl, and on the phone with an expert from Go Compare to talk about credit cards, rewards and cashback schemes to help you get the best deal for your money.
Sarah Pennells is joined by broadcaster, author and psychotherapist Christine Webber and Relate councellor Peter Saddington to talk about money and relationships and Savvy Women's Women and Money Report 2015.
New research shows that as a nation we're not exactly clued up when it comes to our credit scores, but in this show Georgie debunks the myths surrounding our "financial CVs" with expert Lisa Hardstaff from Equifax.
Sarah Pennells is joined by a panel of experts from ICAEW, Letting Focus, Fidelity World Wide Investment and Turn2Us to discuss the first Tory budget in nineteen years, what it means and how it will effect people in the future.
Anita Monteith, Alan Higham, David Lawrenson, Simon Hopkins