Sarah Pennells is joined in the studio by money experts Frank Van Lerven from Positive Money, and on the phone with Steve Keen from Kingston University and Chris Skinner from the Financial Services Club to ask the question just what is money? From Bitcoin, to where money comes from, Sarah and her guests answer your questions live only on Ask Sarah.
Consulting groups and studies have predicted that jobs are increasingly at risk of automation. Billy Bambrough's been looking at the automated revolution by speaking with Michael Osborne, Co-Director of the Oxford Martin Programme, and Nello Christianini, Professor of Artificial Intelligence at the University of Bristol.
Billy Bambrough, Michael Osborne, Nello Cristianini
Apple are having another attempt at the global TV sector, despite an initial unsuccessful launch in 2007. Billy Bambrough speaks to Nick Zarb, Director at Simon-Kucher & Partners, and Stuart Miles, Founder and CEO of Pocket-lint, about whether they can break into the TV market this time around.
Taiwanese computer company Acer has developed a desktop PC with parts that can be swapped by the user. Named the "modular" PC, Billy Bambrough has been speaking with Stuart Miles of Pocket-lint and tech analyst Jack Gold about whether it could give the PC industry a much needed boost.
In the wake of hacking scandals and cyber attacks hitting the headlines, Georgie takes a look at where exactly the law stands when it comes to YOUR data with Liz Morley who's a solicitor at Howard Kennedy and specialises in privacy issues.
Virgin Galactic has set a course for the Satellite sector and Billy Bambrough's been speaking to Conor O'Sullivan from space industry research organisation, Satellite Applications Catapult, about the area.
Company Casebook with Linda Lewis, talking to Joe Warren, Managing Director and and Andrew Wordsworth, founder of Sustainable Ventures, at Powervault, A London technology startup aiming to revolutionise the home energy market with their electricity storage systems linked to roof solar panels.