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Georgie Frost

Carl Reader AKA The Startup Coach and Freddie St George of Raring2Go explain starting a new business

Georgie Frost
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Share Radio Morning

Carl Reader AKA The Startup Coach and Freddie St George of Raring2Go explain starting a new business
Carl Reader AKA The Startup Coach joined Share’s Georgie Frost in the studio with his top tips to start your own business and where to firstly start. Also joining him was Freddie St George is the owner of Raring2Go, a chain of magazines that are aimed at parents of children, and is wanting to expand his business by offering franchise opportunities.
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Carl Reader, Freddie St George


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Georgie Frost

Nutritionists Rob Hobson and Dr Sarah Brewer demystify hangover cures

Georgie Frost
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Morning

Nutritionists Rob Hobson and Dr Sarah Brewer demystify hangover cures
The average Brit will consume over 60 units of alcohol over the festive period - a unit is approximately half a pint of beer or lager or 125ml glass of wine. What is the secret to surviving a hangover and what product or foods actually work to cure it? Share's Melanie Wray asked Rob Hobson, Healthspan registered nutritionist and author of The Detox Ktichen Bible and medical nutritionist, Dr Sarah Brewer.
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Rob Hobson, Dr Sarah Brewer


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Georgie Frost

Relationship councillor Peter Saddington talks about how divorces are particularly popular in January

Georgie Frost
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Morning

Relationship councillor Peter Saddington talks about how divorces are particularly popular in January
Christmas can be a stressful time for couples due to the pressure to make it special and spend money on gifts. It's not surprising that January has historically been the busiest time of year for divorce lawyers. But what can people do to prevent money ruining their relationship? Our reporter Mary Newman spoke to Peter Saddington, relationship councillor at Relate.
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Peter Saddington


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Georgie Frost

Executive Chairman of the UK Tea Infusions Association Bill Gorman discusses International Tea Day

Georgie Frost
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Morning

Executive Chairman of the UK Tea Infusions Association Bill Gorman discusses International Tea Day
Well today is International Tea Day. It's aimed at draws public attention to the problems of tea production and the impact of the global tea trade on workers of the tea plantations, small growers and consumers. Expert Bill Gorman from UK tea Infusions Association told Georgie Frost about how the modern tea trade works and how it impacts the economy for growers and traders.
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Bill Gorman


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Georgie Frost

Ebun Ali, Director of The Beauty Therapy Project explains the importance of pampering homeless women

Georgie Frost
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Morning

Ebun Ali, Director of The Beauty Therapy Project explains the importance of pampering homeless women
With little or no access to toiletries and sanitary products, homeless women have to deal with all sorts of unimaginable unpleasantness and discomfort and probably never feel clean. Georgie was joined in the studio with Ebun Ali, Director of The Beauty Therapy Project, a new campaign 'The Beauty Therapy Project' that aims to raise awareness and to help homeless women with their personal hygiene.
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Ebun Ali


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Georgie Frost

Ashley Jensen talks about her involvement with a Christmas jumper charity

Georgie Frost
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Morning

Ashley Jensen talks about her involvement with a Christmas jumper charity
It’s that time of year when lots of charities make a bid for your support - or at least your money - and they find ever more creative ways to do it. This Friday marks Save the Children's annual 'Christmas Jumper Day', where people wear a silly woolly for charity. Actress Ashley Jensen, from the likes of 'Extras' and 'Ugly Betty', is a supporter and she told Shares Melanie Wray why she's involved.
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Ashley Jensen


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Georgie Frost

CEO of Get Safe Online Tony Neate discusses the latest cyberattacks

Georgie Frost
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Morning

CEO of Get Safe Online Tony Neate discusses the latest cyberattacks
Cyber criminals are upping their game and continually finding new ways to steal your bank details or other data. Georgie Frost heard from CEO of Get Safe Online Tony Neate about the shocking story how the scammers are now using dating and social media sites, to gain victims trust and persuade them into vulnerable situations like nudity so they can later be blackmailed.
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Tony Neate


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Georgie Frost

Russell Quirk, CEO of eMoov estate agents on The News Review 15/12/16

Georgie Frost
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Morning

Russell Quirk, CEO of eMoov estate agents on The News Review 15/12/16
Georgie Frost is joined in the studio by Russell Quirk, CEO of eMoov estate agents. Today on the agenda, they discuss Yahoo's cyberattacks and strikes from Southern Rail, Argos, and British Airways. All these stories and more on The News Review.
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Russell Quirk


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Nigel Cassidy

"This is all about a rebalancing of the global economy" - HSBC's Dan Howlett discusses report on the global service sector

Nigel Cassidy
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Breakfast on

"This is all about a rebalancing of the global economy" - HSBC's Dan Howlett discusses report on the global service sector
Analysis by HSBC has revealed that global trade in services has outstripped growth in goods trade since the global financial crisis. The US, UK, China, Germany and France were the world's top exporters of services in 2015, but emerging economies will gradually gain market share as they continue to develop their workforce skills and digital infrastructure. Dan Howlett, HSBC Head of Corporate Banking UK, joined Share Radio to talk on the report.
Guests:

Louise Cooper, Dan Howlett


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Nigel Cassidy

Bank of England's Super Thursday: Chief Economist of IHS on what to expect

Nigel Cassidy
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Breakfast on

Bank of England's Super Thursday: Chief Economist of IHS on what to expect
In the lead-up to the Bank of England's decision, where it is expected to keep interest rates steady at 0.25%, a number of European central banks, including those of Norway and Switzerland, are due to deliver policy decisions. It follows the Federal Reserve, which yesterday lifted interest rates by 25 bps and flagged a faster pace of policy tightening in 2017 than previously forecast. Howard Archer, Chief European & UK Economist at IHS, joined us to discuss this Super Thursday expectations.
Guests:

Louise Cooper, Howard Archer


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