Nick Peters talks to Julie McCarthy, Head of Policy, Research and Communications at Working Families, about employers allowing more flexibility to their employers during work and whether this is a good thing.
Georgie explores the devastating consequences of financial abuse – why it’s so under-reported and what needs to change to ensure fewer women have to experience it with Sian Hawkins the public policy officer at Women’s Aid.
Katie Wood, Legal Officer at Maternity Action and Elizabeth Duff, Senior Policy Adviser at the National Childbirth Trust talk to Sarah Pennells about the cost of pregnancy, your rights with work and and what can be done to ease the financial burden.
Celebrity businesswoman and author of “Mumpreneur” Annabel Karmel talks to Georgie Frost about starting her business from her kitchen, what she’s learnt and her advice for other mums with start-up dreams.
If you've ever felt overwhelmed trying to get the best deals online, then look no further as Ashleigh Swan is the go-to expert. The entrepreneurial mum-of-three from Tyneside turned her eye for a bargain into a business after losing her job in 2013. And here she chats to Georgie Frost about how you can follow in her footsteps.
Sarah Pennells is joined in the studio by a spokesperson from Age UK and down the line with an officer from the Trading Standards to talk about scams that effect older people in particular, only on Women and Money.