The Bigger Picture with Simon Rose and Rishi Patel, a Public Affairs Consultant at FTI Consulting. They discussed: whether the Conservatives leaked Brexit plan is to “have cake and eat it”, Theresa May’s plans to address excessive executive pay, UKIP leadership and The Snoopers Charter.
But first- regular listeners of the Evening Show will recognise the name Wey Education- we talked to them on the AIM Show earlier this year.
Wey Education - the UK's only online independent secondary school teaching GCSE and A Levels - has seen a 50% rise in the number of students in the last school year.
That means revenue rose by 38% to £1.5 million pounds compared to £1.1m in the previous period.
James Brydges spoke to Wey Education's CEO David Massey
James started by asking David how Wey Education differs from traditional schools
Advertised job vacancies increased to over 1.1m last month, demonstrating the resilience of the jobs market.
However, pay has slumped in some sectors according to the latest UK Job Market Report from Adzuna.
The jobsite recorded a 2.6% rise in vacancies in October compared to September, while average salaries in retail and consultancy firms fell by around 9% compared with the same time last year.
To discuss the findings in more detail, Olivia Demetriades was joined by Becky Harkins, author of Adzuna's monthly jobs report.
Ofcom, the telecoms regulator, has ordered BT to split from its subsidiary Openreach.
Openreach is the part of the business which runs the physical cables and phone lines which most broadband and phone companies use to connect with with customers.
It has been the source of a great deal of criticism of BT, with rival telecoms companies accusing it of underinvesting and prioritising BT customers at their expense.
Ofcom has suggested Openreach is split off from its parent, with a separate board and control of its own branding and budget.
Simon spoke to David Millett, of independent telecoms brokerage Equinox.
This is the Responsible Investment Show, today with Share Radio's Steve Clarke. On this edition: renewable energy with Lord Adair Turner, microfinance with Vicki Escarra, Global CEO of Opportunity International, and European oil and gas producers are scaling up their preparations ahead of an expected slowdown in the international oil market.
Chancellor Phillip Hammond's Autumn Statement last week produced plenty of heat some might say - but not much light. Many commentators branded it as underwhelming but the forecast from the OBR did get a lot of attention with Brexiteers in particular saying they were way too pessimistic.
To reflect on the Statement, Share Radio's Steve Clarke was joined in the studio by Professor John Weeks, Share Radio's regular economic commentator and his guest Graham Gudgin, Research Associate at the Centre For Business Research at the University of Cambridge
One of the oddities of the last 30 years is the The City - London's wealthy, successful and global financial centre - has gone from something known largely only to the those who worked in it, to where it is today, known by us all and followed by us all. Seemingly a barometer of national wealth The City may be despised by some, but it's watched like a hawk as temperature check on UK plc's economic future.
So how did we get here? A new book - 'Crash, Bang, Wallop - The Inside Story of London's Big Bang and a Financial Revolution That Changed the World' by journalist Ian Martin - sets out to tell the story .
How would you feel if you were given the push from your job just before Christmas? How would you feel if the new came via tannoy? With just weeks before Christmas, one insurance company allegedly left their staff weeping as it was announced over the tannoy that hundreds of them would be losing their jobs. Kevin Charles is in the studio to explain all to Georgie.
Coding was introduced to the national curriculum for both primary and secondary school students in two years ago. Should the language of technology be considered as important if not more so than learning French, German or Spanish? To find out, Georgie was joined in the studio by Jordan Poulton from Makers Academy.