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Sarah Pennells (1)

Women and Money: Making Money From Writing

Sarah Pennells (1)
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Women & Money

Women and Money: Making Money From Writing
Many of us probably like to think we have a novel in us, but for most, it remains just a dream. But how easy is it to get your novel - or a work of non-fiction - published and can you make money from it? Sarah Pennells is joined in the studio by Nick Barreto, co-founder of digital publisher Canelo, author Dawn Reeves, and Mindy Gibbins-Klein, founder of The Book Midwife and Panoma Press Publishing, about how to make money from a novel or non-fiction book.
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Nick Barreto, Dawn Reeves, Mindy Gibbins-Klein


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Sarah Pennells (1)

Young Money: National Volunteer Week

Sarah Pennells (1)
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Young Money

Young Money: National Volunteer Week
Now it's something that over 21 million people in the UK do at least once a year and they don't get paid a penny. What is it? Volunteering. This week is Volunteers' Week where you can find out more about what's involved in volunteering. Volunteering can be anything from getting involved in projects and charities in your neighbourhood to travelling abroad. So, how can you get involved? What are the benefits and how do you work out what type of project to get involved in? Sarah Pennells and our Young Money Champion, Rachael Healey, are joined by Alison Harvie who's the head of communications at Volunteering Matters and by Stefan Watham who's the chief executive of Year Out Group.
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Rachael Healy, Alison Harvie, Stefan Watham


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Sue Dougan

Share Food with Sainsbury's Magazine: Episode Seven

Sue Dougan
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Share Food with Sainsbury's Magazine

Share Food with Sainsbury's Magazine: Episode Seven
In this edition of Share Food with Sainsbury's Magazine, Sue Dougan is joined by, Editor-in-Chief, Helena Lang and they kick off the programme with...chocolate! From cocoa to bar Simon Pattinson, founder of Montezuma's, explains how they're making ethically sourced and tasty chocolate bars. Helena meets food author Eleonora Galasso on the night of her book launch to discuss why 'food happiness' is so important in her book and in Italian culture. Claire Blampied OBE, from Sacla' UK, explains how she captured the nations's hearts with pesto, while Shauna Guinn, talks BBQ, USA-style, and her first recipe book, Hang the Fire Cookbook, with her business partner Samantha Evans.
Guests:

Helena Lang, Claire Blampied, Eleonora Galasso, Shauna Guinn, Simon Pattinson


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Sue Dougan

Track Record: Marie-Hélène Ferguson

Sue Dougan
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Track Record

Track Record: Marie-Hélène Ferguson
Sue Dougan is with Marie-Hélène Ferguson, former broadcaster, lawyer and founder of The London School of Etiquette, discussing her career and how she set up the school. She shares her favourite tracks looking back at her teenage years, her family and her career path.
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Marie-Hélène Ferguson


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Sue Dougan

Share Food with Sainsbury's Magazine: Episode Seven

Sue Dougan
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Share Food with Sainsbury's Magazine

Share Food with Sainsbury's Magazine: Episode Seven
In this edition of Share Food with Sainsbury's Magazine, Sue Dougan is joined by, Editor-in-Chief, Helena Lang and they kick off the programme with...chocolate! From cocoa to bar Simon Pattinson, founder of Montezuma's, explains how they're making ethically sourced and tasty chocolate bars. Helena meets food author Eleonora Galasso on the night of her book launch to discuss why 'food happiness' is so important in her book and in Italian culture. Claire Blampied OBE, from Sacla' UK, explains how she captured the nations's hearts with pesto, while Shauna Guinn, talks BBQ, USA-style, and her first recipe book, Hang the Fire Cookbook, with her business partner Samantha Evans.
Guests:

Helena Lang, Claire Blampied, Eleonora Galasso, Shauna Guinn, Simon Pattinson


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Nigel Cassidy

Goodbye BHS – Nick Hood of OPUS looks at the consequences when a major company closes

Nigel Cassidy
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Morning Money at 8:00

Goodbye BHS – Nick Hood of OPUS looks at the consequences when a major company closes
In 1928 British Home Stores was set up by some American entrepreneurs. The first store was in Brixton and nothing in the store cost more than a shilling (5p). But now 90 years later it's goodbye BHS. Nick Hood, a Business Risk Advisor at OPUS, discussed the end game when a household name fails.
Guests:

Paul Sedgwick, Nick Hood


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Nigel Cassidy

Morning Money: 24: The launch of a new daily newspaper

Nigel Cassidy
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Morning Money at 7:00

Morning Money: 24: The launch of a new daily newspaper
A new daily newspaper named '24', is to launch across the north of England and south west Scotland. The paper will be published by Cumbria-based, the CN Group, and will go on sale on June the 20th priced at 40p. So how will this new paper fare? David Helliwell, Group Editorial Director at Cumbria Newspapers Group, talked about the prospects for the new publication.
Guests:

Paul Sedgwick, David Helliwell


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Georgie Frost

Can Nanna go on Grand-parental leave? Beverley Sunderland from Crossland Solicitors.

Georgie Frost
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Consuming Issues

Can Nanna go on Grand-parental leave? Beverley Sunderland from Crossland Solicitors.
Do grandparents have any right to paid or unpaid leave to spend time with their grandchildren? In the last budget Chancellor George Osborne announced the first consultation on the extension of shared parental leave to grandparents - so what does this mean? To go through it, Georgie is joined by our regular guest Beverley Sunderland, Director of Crossland Employment Solicitors.
Guest:

Beverley Sunderland


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Sarah Lowther

Morning Money: What’s behind Tata Steel’s UK steelmaking arm U-turn?

Sarah Lowther
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Morning Money at 6:00

Morning Money: What’s behind Tata Steel’s UK steelmaking arm U-turn?
Last week it emerged that Tata Steel was considering keeping its UK steelmaking arm, after putting the loss-making business up for sale in March. The development has raised further hopes that the Port Talbot plant can be saved and David Blackaby, Professor of Economics at Swansea University, looked at why a U-turn is being considered.
Guests:

Chris Bailey, David Blackaby


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Nick Peters

Shop Floor with Nick Peters May 29 2016

Nick Peters
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Shop Floor

Shop Floor with Nick Peters May 29 2016
Johnny Mercer MP on his campaign for a nationally coordinated support network that will ensure wounded ex-service personnel are helped into jobs. While defending the Prime Minister’s commitment to the services, he says more must be done at government level to protect the military covenant. Since the advent of the smartphone, we are increasingly subject to the tyranny of time, cramming more activity into every second of the day – checking email, checking Facebook, sending texts – that we rarely give ourselves the chance to stop and focus on one thing. Tony Crabbe, business psychologist and author of ‘Busy’ says we are damaging our productivity and ourselves. A new disruptive technology is shaking up the temporary employment market. Called Catapult, it is an online app/platform that connects people who want temp jobs with employers who need help. Unlike the clunky temp agency system, employers can fill shifts within one hour inside the M25. The record is 24 minutes. Workers set their own pay (no lower than NLW) and Catapult collects holiday pay and NI on their behalf. Nick talks to co-founder Oli Johnson. In our monthly look-back at the stories we’ve covered, IDG consultant Jake Meyer looks at time efficiency, productivity, the changing face of capitalism and work for the wounded ex-service personnel.
Guests:

Johnny Mercer, Tony Crabbe, Oli Johnson, Jake Meyer


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IDG