This is our regular Wednesday slot on politics which in these history-making times is anything but routine. Indeed we have a full session today with Mike Indian, Senior Political Analyst at DeHavilland - to discuss David Cameron's last ever PMQ's & more.
This is The Business of Sport with Share Radio's Michael Considine - a best of edition featuring 2 interviews from the archives, firstly looking at whether test cricket is a dying game amidst the move to T-20 which appeals to a broader & more engaged audience & an interview with the Chairman of 'Skins', Jamie Fuller.
This is a brand new edition of the Investment Trust Show hosted by Ed Mitchell of Investment Perspectives featuring the City of London Trust’s Chairman, Phillip Remnant & it’s fund manager, Job Curtis.
In this week’s edition we focus on the long term performance of trusts over turbulent economic and market history – particularly on the City of London Investment Trust which celebrates 50 years of unbroken dividend payment growth.
This is the Business of Sport, with Share Radio's Michael Considine.
On this edition of the show: Joe Aldridge will speaking to the team behind AFC Wimbledon in the week where they were promoted to League 1, Eoin Connolly of Sports Pro will be giving Michael his thoughts on the state of European club rugby and ING's Ian Bright will be joining the team to crunch the numbers and tell us who is Euro 2016's most valuable player.
Investment Perspectives host Ed Mitchell teams up with the Financial Times for ‘Serious Money with Claer Barrett’. Claer is personal finance editor at the F.T. and put's together Saturday’s FT Money section.
This is the Investment Trust Show in association with Henderson Global Investors, featuring Simon Crinage, Head of Investment Trusts at J.P. Morgan, & James De Bunsen. fund manager at Henderson Global Investors.
Topics today are accessing alternative asset through investment trusts, plus what sets investment trusts apart.
With the EU referendum only weeks away, betting on a brexit has become big business for the countries bookies. However, not only are investors looking to bookmakers as a means to make money, some say they also provide a clearer picture of trends as opposed to the polls.
Share Radio's Patrick Jones investigates
According to a new survey from SyndicateRoom, a vote to leave the EU would cause the cost of living to increase and put over 2 trillion pounds of personal investments at risk. Here to explain the background to the company itself and why they conducted the survey, is Goncalo De Vasconcelos.