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Simon Rose

Adventure travel is booming- with many people choosing to take active holidays over beach breaks.

Simon Rose
Original Broadcast:

The Share Radio Evening Show

Adventure travel is booming- with many people choosing to take active holidays over beach breaks.
Adventure travel is booming- with many people choosing to take active holidays over beach breaks. To find out more about the rise in adventure travel Simon and Sarah were joined by Simon Grove- head of product at Explore- a company that runs small group adventure holidays.
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Simon Grove


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Simon Rose

The Share Radio Travel Guide ep. 80

Simon Rose
Original Broadcast:

The Share Radio Evening Show

The Share Radio Travel Guide ep. 80
This week on The Share Radio Travel Guide Simon Rose was joined travel journalist and author Sarah Tucker. They look at plans to revamp London's Stansted Airport, where people are planning to go this Christmas break. adventure and an insider's guide to Vancouver
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Sarah Tucker, Simon Grove


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Simon Rose

Why are consumer confidence expectations for 2017 at their weakest since June's Brexit vote?

Simon Rose
Original Broadcast:

The Share Radio Evening Show

Why are consumer confidence expectations for 2017 at their weakest since June's Brexit vote?
Confidence in the UK's economic situation continued to dwindle in the face of uncertainty, but overall it remained resilient at the end of the year. This is according to the latest GfK barometer, which found that consumer confidence did not deteriorate further following November's sharp drop, instead managing to move up one point to -7. However, it seems we are more concerned about the economic outlook next year, with expectations for 2017 at their weakest since June's Brexit vote. As always when we discuss consumer confidence, Simon was joined live in the studio by Joe Staton, head of market dynamics, at GfK.
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Joe Staton


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Simon Rose

What are the biggest economic lessons we can learn from 2016?

Simon Rose
Original Broadcast:

The Share Radio Evening Show

What are the biggest economic lessons we can learn from 2016?
To finish off in what turned out to be a remarkable year, no year in review in the conventional sense, and no bog-standard, bank-type economic outlook 2017. Rather, and in keeping with the time of year, here is a list of nine economic lessons (but no carols) that we learned. ‘Learn’ may be a bit strong in many cases, so perhaps ‘became more aware’, instead.
Guest:

George Magnus


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Georgie Frost

Roman Tagoe, head of content at Deezer thinks that soothing Christmas music will diffuse family feuds

Georgie Frost
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Morning

Roman Tagoe, head of content at Deezer thinks that soothing Christmas music will diffuse family feuds
As Christmas approaches many families will be spending several days in each other’s company. Now this could mean peace love and harmony, but in reality will probably mean a few rows. Roman Tagoe, head of content at music site Deezer rather optimistically thinks one way to soothe family feuds around the Christmas table is via music especially festive classics, as he told Share's Melanie Wray.
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Roman Tagoe


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Georgie Frost

Irfan Genc and his restaurant talks about offering free Christmas meals to the elderly and homeless

Georgie Frost
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Morning

Irfan Genc and his restaurant talks about offering free Christmas meals to the elderly and homeless
Georgie Frost hears why one Muslim-owned restaurant, Shish in Sidcup is promising to give elderly and homeless people a free three-course dinner on Christmas Day so ‘no one eats alone’. The man who came up with the idea is manager Irfan Genc and spoke to Georgie on the line.
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Irfan Genc


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Georgie Frost

Fertility specialist James Armitage from Assured Fertility discusses the news of IVF offering no age cut-off

Georgie Frost
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Morning

Fertility specialist James Armitage from Assured Fertility discusses the news of IVF offering no age cut-off
The British medical funding firm, Assured Fertility, believes recent advances in IVF, have made this offer possible. Georgie finds out about a company specialising in In Vitro fertilisation - commonly known as IVF - is offering a ‘baby or your money back’ scheme which has no age cut off. To find out more, Georgie Frost was joined by the company's fertility specialist James Armitage.
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James Armitage


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Georgie Frost

Which's head of campaigns Pete Moorey explains payment scams and the responsibility of banks

Georgie Frost
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Morning

Which's head of campaigns Pete Moorey explains payment scams and the responsibility of banks
The Payment Systems Regulator says banks are not shouldering enough responsibility when customers lose their cash after being tricked into transferring money by scams. Share’s Melanie Wray hears from consumer group Which's head of campaigns Pete Moorey told about the sophisticated payment scams they are seeing and Which’s "super complaint".
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Pete Moorey


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Georgie Frost

Debt expert Ian Williams discusses the growing trend of using credit cards for essentials

Georgie Frost
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Morning

Debt expert Ian Williams discusses the growing trend of using credit cards for essentials
Now, we all rely on our credit card from time to time to buy the odd bits and bobs. Many people are not just using their credit card for unessential items but instead rely on their credit cards to pay essential bills. Georgie hears from debt expert Ian Williams how 7 million of us have borrowed money to pay for food, while another 4.5 million have had to borrow to pay their rent or mortgage.
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Ian Williams


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Georgie Frost

MoneySuperMarket.com web editor Kevin Pratt on The News Review 22/12/16

Georgie Frost
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Morning

MoneySuperMarket.com web editor Kevin Pratt on The News Review 22/12/16
Georgie Frost is joined in the studio by MoneySuperMarket.com web editor Kevin Pratt. Today on the agenda, they discuss broadband being set up in the most rural areas. Plus, British companies being forced to publicly disclose data breaches . All these stories and more on The News Review.
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Kevin Pratt


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