Adam Cox is joined by Richard Denton, Partner and Head of Private Client for North London firm, OGR Stock Denton, to discuss the rise in probate fee's and how this may affect applications. They look at the process of probate, and what the current wait times are, and Richard explains the main benefits of using an experienced solicitor firm of specialises in probate. https://www.ogrstockdenton.com/
Adam Cox is joined by Rory O'Sullivan, from award-winning Martin Miller’s Gin, for Ginuary to talk all things Gin. They discuss how the gin industry has changed over the last 2 years and what to look out for when choosing a gin. Rory also gives some great tips and tricks to recreate bar standard drinks at home.
Adam Cox is joined by Judith Buckland, from Family Law Solicitors Woolley & Co, to discuss a major new divorce law change coming in April and the public attitudes around this. They look at how the change will aid people in toxic marriages and what Woolley & Co can do to help.
Adam Cox is joined by Reshma Malde, Superintendent Pharmacist at John Bell & Croyden, to discuss how the use of pharmacy services have changed in the last 12 months and how the following 12 may develop. Reshma explains why it is so important to be proactive about health and the people who would benefit most.
Adam Cox is joined by District Senior Veterinary Surgeon from Vets Now, Lara Wilson, to discuss the veterinary staffing shortages caused by COVID and how this has impacted the approximately 12 million pet owners in the UK. They look at how the staffing shortages have affected wait times and reductions in registered vets, in addition to how the issues can be combatted. https://www.vets-now.com
Adam Cox is joined by Danial Daychopan, CEO and Founder of Plutus, to discuss all things cryptocurrency. They explain what some of the jargon means, why crypto is becoming more widely used and what the future may be for the currency. Danial also talks about Plutus, and how it aims to bring crypto to everyday transactions. https://plutus.it
Adam talks to Rob Lindley, the Managing Director of Mitsubishi Motors about new research that reveals that since only 1% of new cars are fully electric it’s looking unlikely that the government will meet it’s target for zero emissions on the roads by 2050. They discuss how technology such as PHEV (plug-in hybrid vehicles) enable motorists to drive half their miles in fully electric mode while giving them the reassurance that they wont be stranded. Rob highlights that currently the government is giving mixed messages when it comes to PHEVs and that more needs to be done. While incentives encourage some deterrents like Ultra Low Emission Zones (ULEZ) can also encourage drivers to seek greener vehicles.
Is your home your haven, or is it in desperate need of some TLC? With research revealing that less than a third of us love the homes we live in, Adam Cox is joined by two experts to find out why. Interior designer Georgina Burnett – otherwise known as “The Home Genie” – and DIY Executive Director for BHETA, Paul Grinsell, are on hand to discuss how we can get inspired to improve our homes.
Adam is joined by US based private investigator Tammy Sorrento who is the founder of Fireball Approves. Tammy was nearly scammed out of thousands when looking for a holiday rental property. Her near miss lead her to go after the property scammers. Tammy explains that fraudsters go on rental sites and duplicate the advert and aim to take the money for a property that they don’t own. The victims are then lefts thousands out of pocket and may never see their money again. Tammy explains that UK based holiday makers are particularly at risk as they aren’t able to physically view the property. She also gives a few tips of the red flags that could expose a fraud and how to avoid them.
Adam talks to Destiny Onisile and Jessica Tonwe, two millennials, about their attitudes to saving money to coincide with British Savings Week. They discuss how ignorance and confusion lead to a reluctance to save and how student debt create poor financial habits that can make debt attractive and saving something they believe is for older generations. They also explore if there’s anything that would encourage young people to save or learn about finance.
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