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Georgie Frost

UK Money Blogger Cat Wilson discusses Valentine's Day and money in relationships.

Georgie Frost
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Morning

UK Money Blogger Cat Wilson discusses Valentine's Day and money in relationships.
Every week some 100 experts from the UK Money Blogger community take to social media to discuss and compare notes on the latest money related issues. This time their Twitter chat took the form of a discussion of everything Valentine's Day and relationship related. To tell us more Georgie Frost was joined by Cat Wilson, whose site is pennywiseliferich.co.uk.
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Cat Wilson


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Georgie Frost

Trump's national security adviser Flynn resigns amid Russian allegations

Georgie Frost
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Morning

Trump's national security adviser Flynn resigns amid Russian allegations
Georgie is joined by Jack Sommers of the Huffington Post to discuss the overnight resignation of Michael Flynn, national security adviser to Donald Trump, and the US president's meeting with Canada's Justin Trudeau.
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Jack Sommers


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Nigel Cassidy

Recorded £4.6bn loss for Rolls-Royce from past bribery, corruption and weak pound

Nigel Cassidy
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Breakfast

Recorded £4.6bn loss for Rolls-Royce from past bribery, corruption and weak pound
Rolls-Royce has recorded a £4.6bn loss as the aero-engine firm absorbs the effect of its £671m settlement with regulators for past bribery and corruption. It is also battling a weaker pound. Alongside this Rolls-Royce reported plans to launch its first fleet of crewless ships by 2020. The move has been criticised by workers' unions and analysts, who have voiced concerns over the impact on jobs and the reduction in protection from privacy. Joining Nigel Cassidy to discuss the trials and tribulations of Rolls-Royce is Gaurav Sharma, Business Editor with the International Business Times.
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Gaurav Sharma


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Simon Rose

Crowdfunders: Peer-to-peer Pitkins

Simon Rose
Original Broadcast:

The Share Radio Evening Show

Crowdfunders: Peer-to-peer Pitkins
Crowdfunders is Share Radio's weekly look at the peer-to-peer and crowdfunding space, examining the latest news and developments in the fast growing world of alternative finance. On today's show, Share Radio's Ed Bowsher gets the scoop on why the number of completed equity crowdfunding deals fell in 2016 and how the creator of Pitkins is making a crowdfunded comeback. Ed also spoke to Anthony Hilton, the London Evening standard's top financial columnist.

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Simon Rose

Market Wrap: Co-op up for sale, RBS expected to axe jobs

Simon Rose
Original Broadcast:

The Share Radio Evening Show

Market Wrap: Co-op up for sale, RBS expected to axe jobs
Share Radio's Simon Rose brings you Market Wrap, a roundup of biggest market moving stories of the day. To help put it all in context, Simon was joined by Ed Bowsher, Share Radio's Senior Analyst. On today's show: The Co-op Bank is putting itself up for sale, in order to raise capital, and inviting offers to buy all its shares, Royal Bank of Scotland is expected to reveal an £800 cost-cutting plan in the wake of rising losses, and profits have risen at trading software group Fidessa.

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Simon Rose

Gadgets & Gizmos: The Adulterous Businessman

Simon Rose
Original Broadcast:

The Share Radio Evening Show

Gadgets & Gizmos: The Adulterous Businessman
Technology is changing almost every aspect of daily life and business and finance is no exception. Share Radio's Simon Rose and Steve Caplin, Share Radio's technology editor, look at the big technological changes that impact on the world of business, finance and money as well as some of the gadgets that help make everyday life a bit easier. On today's programme, they look at the 'adulterous businessman', a puzzle called I Love Hue, self-closing curtains & much more!
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Steve Caplin


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Simon Rose

Share Politics: Grammars & Grammys

Simon Rose
Original Broadcast:

The Share Radio Evening Show

Share Politics: Grammars & Grammys
It's time to talk politics. On today's edition: ministers will get a free vote on the motion of no confidence table against John Bercow - the Speaker of the House of Commons; MPs say the expansion of grammars would be an 'unnecessary distraction; the Green party says Brexit presents a 'cocktail of risks' for the environment; and the politics of the 2017 Grammys. For all this and more, Share Radio's Simon Rose was joined by Jerry Hayers, former Conservative MP and now a barrister and political commentator at www.jerryhayes.co.uk, Jonathan Bartley, co-Leader of the Green Party, Neil Carmichael MP, Chairman of the Education Select Committee, and John Street, Professor of Political Science of the University of East Anglia

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Presenters

The Motley Fool Money Show: make your kid a money genius

Presenters
Original Broadcast:

The Share Radio Evening Show

The Motley Fool Money Show: make your kid a money genius
Want to keep up with the latest earnings updates from the States? We join Chris Hill and the Motley Fool Radio Show team here on Share Radio - direct from Washington DC - each Monday at 6 o'clock for news, views and analysis of US finance. On today's episode: US earnings season continues with results from Disney, Twitter and candy company Haribo plus Chris Hill speaks with Beth Kobliner on her book, Make Your Kid A Money Genius (Even If You're Not).

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Ed Bowsher

Pay shake-up afoot for FTSE companies

Ed Bowsher
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Afternoon

Pay shake-up afoot for FTSE companies
Long-term incentive programs for FTSE bosses could be on the way out - reports from the FT say one-tenth of top companies will ditch such incentives. David Buik market commentator at Panmure Gordon joined Share Radio's senior analyst Ed Bowsher to explain the story.
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David Buik


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Ed Bowsher

Proposed espionage laws 'extremely draconian' says rights group

Ed Bowsher
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Afternoon

 Proposed espionage laws 'extremely draconian' says rights group
A proposed revamp of the Official Secrets Act could mean leaks of "sensitive information" about the economy would be punished for the first time. The bill also includes proposals to increase jail terms from 2 years to 14 years, and even possessing documents could see charges. The moves are "extremely draconian" according to Jim Killock, executive director of the Open Rights Group - he joined Share Radio's Ed Bowsher to discuss the issue.
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Jim Killock


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