Sarah Pennells is joined by Young Money Champion Rachael Healy and experts from Student Universe, Year Out Group and Projects Abroad to discuss the cost and benefits of a gap year and provide advice for getting the most out of your gap year.
Rachael Healy, Dan Baker, Stefan Wathan, Ian Birbeck
Sarah Pennells is joined by four money experts from Equiniti, WEALTH at work, Money Advice Service and Aurora Financial Solutions, to talk about employee share schemes They discuss what they are, how exactly they work and who can benefit from them on Your Money, Your Future.
Phil Ainsley, Jonathan Watts-Lay, Andrew Johnson, Daren O'Brien
Sarah Pennells is joined in the studio by Jill Rutter from the Family and Childcare Trust and Anastasia de Waal from Family Lives, to talk about the cost of childcare during the holiday period, and what help and support there is out there for single parents or working parents who are looking to provide care for their children during the holidays.
Sarah Pennells is joined in the studio by three experts from My Family Care, Silverman and Sherliker and Russell Cooke to discuss the challenges facing people in the 'sandwich generation', people who are caring for their parents and their children at the same time.
Sarah Pennells is joined in the studio by personal finance reporter Katie Morley, and experts from the National Landlords Associate, Generation Rent, Camelot and the Money Advice Service to discuss the renting crisis facing young people.
Katie Morely, Richard Blanco, Seb Klier, Nicholas Donnelly, Nick Hill
Sarah Pennells is joined by a panel of experts from ICAEW, Letting Focus, Fidelity World Wide Investment and Turn2Us to discuss the first Tory budget in nineteen years, what it means and how it will effect people in the future.
Anita Monteith, Alan Higham, David Lawrenson, Simon Hopkins
Sarah Pennells is joined in the studio by pension experts from Yellowtail Financial Planning and AJ Bell and on the phone by Royal London to discuss pensions for self-employed people and business owners.
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.
Sarah Pennells is joined by financial journalist Nicole Blackmore from the Telegraph, Serve Legal and Milkround to talk about interesting and unusual jobs for students and Gary Terzza, former continuity announcer for Channel 4 about his job.
Nicole Blackmore, Ed Heaver, Elizabeth Hunt, Garry Terzza