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Georgie Frost

Helen Knapman and Gary Adams from Moneywise discuss their financial resolutions and buying bonds.

Georgie Frost
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Morning

Helen Knapman and Gary Adams from Moneywise discuss their financial resolutions and buying bonds.
Deputy editor Helen Knapman and writer Gary Adams are here with over 26 years of financial journalism under their belt. On the agenda today we look at the top financial resolutions for this year as well as everything you need to know about buying bonds. Sticking with the financial resolutions we'll also get the latest poll results on what Moneywise readers are aiming to do in 2017 plus a few tips from Gary in funny money. And as ever we'll have details on the latest deals and stats.
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Helen Knapman


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Ed Bowsher

How credible are reports linking Trump to Moscow? - With Sanford Henry

Ed Bowsher
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Afternoon

How credible are reports linking Trump to Moscow? - With Sanford Henry
With only 9 days until Trump's inauguration, unverified reports that link him to Moscow have been released. The president elect has adamantly denied the reports that claim Russia sought to cultivate him with compromising personal and financial information. The FBI is currently investigating the accuracy of these allegations. For more on this, Share Radio's Ed Bowsher was joined on the line by US political commentator, Sanford Henry.

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Georgie Frost

Julie Baker, Head of Enterprise for Business Banking at Natwest explains stereotypical gender labels in the workplace.

Georgie Frost
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Morning

Julie Baker, Head of Enterprise for Business Banking at Natwest explains stereotypical gender labels in the workplace.
What's in a name? Or a label? Half of women entrepreneurs have been branded with stereotypical labels such as "opinionated" or "feisty" according to a survey by NatWest. To find out more about this Georgie Frost was joined by Julie Baker, Head of Enterprise for Business Banking at NatWest.
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Julie Baker


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Ed Bowsher

UK trade figures, Trump's press conference, Sainsbury's and more - with Ben Kumar, Seven Investment Management

Ed Bowsher
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Afternoon

UK trade figures, Trump's press conference, Sainsbury's and more - with Ben Kumar, Seven Investment Management
FTSE's strength continues while the pound falls on the back of new UK trade figures, Sainsbury's reports Christmas growth and what will the market expect following Trump's first press conference since his election? That and more as Share Radio's Ed Bowsher speaks with Ben Kumar, Investment Manager at Seven Investment Management.
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Ben Kumar


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Georgie Frost

Myles Hooper and Giles Humphries from Mindful Chef talk through their healthy food delivery boxes.

Georgie Frost
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Morning

Myles Hooper and Giles Humphries from Mindful Chef talk through their healthy food delivery boxes.
If you're too busy or simply bored of trudging round your local supermarket like many of us you might have turned to delivery services. Recipe boxes have become a major trend in recent years for those looking for a convenient and easy way to try out new meals. One company, Mindful Chef, has combined this with the growing popularity of free-from foods to create gluten and dairy free boxes attracting interest clients including Andy Murray and the England Rugby team. Share Radio's Tom Hill was joined by founders Myles Hooper and Giles Humphries to get the story behind the company from the very beginning.
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Myles Hooper, Giles Humphries


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Georgie Frost

Senior analyst Ed Bowsher on The News Review 11/01/17

Georgie Frost
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Morning

Senior analyst Ed Bowsher on The News Review 11/01/17
Georgie Frost is joined in the studio by Senior analyst Ed Bowsher. Today on the agenda, they discuss Mr.Kipling increasing their prices. Plus they analyse why financial problems are affecting people's ability to do their job. All these stories and more on The News Review.
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Ed Bowsher


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Ed Bowsher

Coming up on Share Radio News Hour: Sainsbury's exceeds expectations, Foxtons hits new low, & combating extremism - with Ed Bowsher

Ed Bowsher
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Afternoon

Coming up on Share Radio News Hour: Sainsbury's exceeds expectations, Foxtons hits new low, & combating extremism - with Ed Bowsher
Welcome to the Share Radio News Hour with Ed Bowsher. Sainsbury's shares are climbing today after the company's Christmas update beat expectations. Ed will be speaking with Ben Kumar from 7 Investment about the retailer, as well as why the UK's trade deficit has risen yet again. While the FTSE continues to rise today, shares in Foxtons have hit a record low on a gloomy full year trading update. Ed will be getting insight into what's gone with wrong from Jamieson Blake at ADS Securities. They'll be chatting about several other top company stories too. And in the second half of the hour, we'll be looking at the latest developments on Donald Trump's alleged relationship with Russia. US political commentator, Sanford Henry, will give us his take. Plus, Ed will be speaking to Labour MP, Liam Byrne, about his new book 'Black Flag down'. It's about how the centre left can combat extremism. All that and more on today's edition of the Share Radio News Hour.

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Simon Rose

The Weeks Update: From Russia with love

Simon Rose
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Afternoon

The Weeks Update: From Russia with love
This is the Weeks Update - our catch-up with Share Radio's economic commentator Professor John Weeks. Inaugurations mark new chapters in American politics. When a would-be president steps up to take the Oath of Office, the entire country is meant to step up with them. Wounds of the campaign season should be healed, while attention turns to the road ahead. It's perhaps unprecedented though, for a ceremony to be shadowed by fears that the road may have been chosen by a foreign power. Donald Trump begins his presidency amidst allegations from all of America's intelligence agencies of Russian electoral inference. And yet it was only last week that Trump budged on continued scepticism of the US intelligence community's conclusions. Should the intelligence community - both in the US and here in the UK - be nervous about the new President's arrival? And what exactly does Russia want? As well as Professor Weeks, Share Radio's Simon Rose was joined by Sir David Omand, a former head of GCHQ, now visiting professor at King's College, London and a former UK Intelligence and Security Coordinator.

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Simon Rose

Market Wrap: Snapchat heads to London

Simon Rose
Original Broadcast:

The Share Radio Evening Show

Market Wrap: Snapchat heads to London
Share Radio's Simon Rose brings you Market Wrap, a roundup of what's been happening in the bourses and businesses of Britain and the world. To help contextualise the day's events, Simon was joined by Chris Bailey, the founder of Financial Orbit - they tackled Snapchat's British-based international hub, the FTSE's continued record breaking, and a very Morrisons Christmas.

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Simon Rose

Two law firms are applying for a group litigation order, which could see VW owners being awarded several thousands pounds if judges decide their cars "weren't fit for sale"

Simon Rose
Original Broadcast:

The Share Radio Evening Show

Two law firms are applying for a group litigation order, which could see VW owners being awarded several thousands pounds if judges decide their cars "weren't fit for sale"
VW executives knew about emissions cheating two months before the scandal broke, but chose not to tell US regulators, according to court papers. The bosses involved include Oliver Schmidt, who was in charge of VW's US environmental regulatory compliance office from 2012 until March 2015, and will appear in court on Monday. Meanwhile here in the UK, thousands of people owning VWs have expressed an interest in suing the car maker. Two law firms, are applying for a group litigation order, which could see owners being awarded several thousands pounds if judges decide their cars "weren't fit for sale." Share Radio's James Brydges has been speaking to David Bailey, Professor of Industry at Aston Business school.
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Professor David Bailey


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