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A fine wine at Christmas time – but will that wine be British? Expert Lucy Winward discusses the industry

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A fine wine at Christmas time – but will that wine be British? Expert Lucy Winward discusses the industry
Tis the season to be jolly, and one form of festive relaxation is to imbibe with some fine wine. But will your glass be filled with something made in Britain? Lucy Winward from the award-winning New Hall Vineyard in Purleigh, joined Share Radio Breakfast to talk English wine.
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Chris Bailey, Lucy Winward


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Why is the UK building 15% fewer homes than it was prior to 2008?

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Why is the UK building 15% fewer homes than it was prior to 2008?
The UK is building 15% fewer homes than it was in the five years before the downturn in 2008, according to a new report by Carter Jonas that has laid bare the disjointed residential construction industry. For more on this, Lee Layton, a Research Analyst at Carter Jonas, joined Share Radio Breakfast to offer an insight into the research.
Guests:

Paul Sedgwick, Paul Layton


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Ofcom pushes for legal separation of BT from Openreach - Dave Millett brings us the latest

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Ofcom pushes for legal separation of BT from Openreach - Dave Millett brings us the latest
British telecoms regulator Ofcom is preparing to go to the European Commission to try to force BT to legally separate its networks division Openreach. It comes after months of talks failed to deliver a voluntary agreement. Dave Millett is the Founder and Managing Director of telecoms broker Equinox, and he joined Share Radio Breakfast to discuss the latest developments.
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Chris Bailey, Dave Millett


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GB Energy Supply collapse: Why have wholesale energy prices gone up recently?

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GB Energy Supply collapse: Why have wholesale energy prices gone up recently?
There are calls for Ofgem to look at how to better protect energy consumers from their supplier going out of business. It comes as 160,000 energy customers face uncertainty, after GB Energy Supply was forced to shut down. USwitch is calling on the regulator to look at how suppliers can cope with fluctuating wholesale energy prices more effectively. James Brydges spoke to Claire Osborne, an energy expert from USwitch, about the increase in wholesale prices.
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James Brydges, Claire Osborne


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Can companies market to millennials? Brand expert Adrian Day spoke with Matt Cox

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Can companies market to millennials? Brand expert Adrian Day spoke with Matt Cox
The Westminster Media Forum is debating trends in marketing towards millennials and Generation Z – young people aged around 18 to 34 years old. But some industry experts believe old advertising models aren't appropriate for the new era of consumers, so what can be done? Matt Cox has been speaking to Adrian Day, an Independent brand, marketing, and communications strategy consultant, to find out.
Guests:

Matt Cox, Adrian Day


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Nationwide line-up Glastonbury – Graeme Hughes of Nationwide talks with Nigel Cassidy

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Nationwide line-up Glastonbury – Graeme Hughes of Nationwide talks with Nigel Cassidy
Glastonbury may boast the world's best-known outdoor music festival, but one essential thing the Somerset town has been lacking since the spring is a bank branch. But within the last few days it has emerged that the Nationwide Building Society has shown some interest in stepping into the breach. Nationwide Director, Graeme Hughes, told Share Radio's Nigel Cassidy that potential premises are now being lined up and he hopes to open a bank in the New Year. He says the reason the society thinks it can make a success in Glastonbury is the fact that it's using newer technology.
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Nigel Cassidy, Graeme Hughes


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