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Simon Rose

The Bigger Picture with Peter Catterall, Professor of History & Policy at University of Westminster

Simon Rose
Original Broadcast:

The Share Radio Evening Show

The Bigger Picture with Peter Catterall, Professor of History & Policy at University of Westminster
Simon and Peter discuss the run-up to the Italian referendum, French Republicans' primary, Mrs May and God, Corporate governance green paper & Investigatory Powers Act, which has just received the Royal Assent
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Peter Catterall


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Simon Rose

Insider's Guide to New York

Simon Rose
Original Broadcast:

The Share Radio Evening Show

Insider's Guide to New York
On the Travel Guide we like to take a look at some of the most popular holiday destinations- and speak to a local to get the insider's gen. This week, Olivia Demetriades spoke to Richard Beckerman, a guide for Tours By Locals in New York, and she began by asking what to do if she had a day to spend in the Big Apple.
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Richard Beckerman


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Simon Rose

Five-time Olympic skier Graham Bell has top tips for a safe and fun skiing break

Simon Rose
Original Broadcast:

The Share Radio Evening Show

Five-time Olympic skier Graham Bell has top tips for a safe and fun skiing break
If you're planning on hitting the slopes this winter - make sure you have the appropriate insurance cover. As thousands of Brits prepare to head off on snow sports holidays, research from ABTA, in partnership with the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, shows that a third of us never check whether they have taken out appropriate insurance for the activities they are going to do, including skiing and snowboarding. To find out more about this Simon and Sarah are joined on the line by 'five-time Olympic skier Graham Bell' who is teaming up with the Foreign & Commonwealth Office for the #SkiSafe campaign this winter.
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Graham Bell


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Simon Rose

The Share Radio Travel Guide ep. 77

Simon Rose
Original Broadcast:

The Share Radio Evening Show

The Share Radio Travel Guide ep. 77
This week on The Share Radio Travel Guide with Simon Rose and travel journalist and author Sarah Tucker. This week, they look at the costs of jet-lag, who to tip, whether to tip and how much to tip wherever you end up on your travels. And the psychology of why passengers line up to wait at the boarding gate long before the flight is scheduled to leave. Also, there'll be an insider's guide to New York. Plus 'five-time Olympic skier Graham Bell' who is teaming up with the Foreign & Commonwealth Office for the #SkiSafe campaign this winter discusses the importance of insurance on skiing holidays.
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Sarah Tucker, Graham Bell


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Simon Rose

In My Experience with Chris Thomason author of The Idea Generator

Simon Rose
Original Broadcast:

The Share Radio Evening Show

In My Experience with Chris Thomason author of The Idea Generator
Chris Thomason author of The Idea Generator joins Simon for our new slot ‘In My Experience’ where he talks about he went from working in mining in Mozambique at the height of the civil war to founding Ingenious Growth a company that helps develop new services and customer experiences.
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Chris Thomason


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Simon Rose

What caused annual house price growth to slow to its lowest rate since January?

Simon Rose
Original Broadcast:

The Share Radio Evening Show

What caused annual house price growth to slow to its lowest rate since January?
Annual house price growth slowed to its lowest rate since January. However, according to the Nationwide, there are now signs that demand in the market is beginning to strengthen. Prices in November were 4.4% higher than the same time last year, compared with a 4.6% increase in October. To discuss the findings in more detail, Olivia Demetriades spoke to Nationwide's Chief Economist, Robert Gardner.
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Robert Gardner


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Ed Bowsher

The Investment Trust Show: Your investment queries answered

Ed Bowsher
Original Broadcast:

The Investment Trust Show on

The Investment Trust Show: Your investment queries answered
Every week The Investment Trust Show - brought to you in association with Henderson Global Investors - provides insight into one of the most interesting and misunderstood asset classes. This week, Share Radio's Ed Bowsher answers your investment queries along with an expert panel: Gavin Lumsden, Editor in chief at Citywire and Stephen Chilcott, Chartered Financial Planner at Addidi Wealth. To delve further into the world of investment trusts, visit the Investment Trust Show audioBoom page: https://audioboom.com/channel/shareradio-investmenttrustshow

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Simon Rose

What would contribute most towards narrowing the north-south divide?- Patrick Woodman, head of research for the Chartered Management Institute.

Simon Rose
Original Broadcast:

The Share Radio Evening Show

What would contribute most towards narrowing the north-south divide?- Patrick Woodman, head of research for the Chartered Management Institute.
What would contribute most towards narrowing the north-south divide? Better school results or transport links? According to Britain's biggest business lobby group, the Confederation of British Industry, improved school results are in fact more important. While the government has prioritised faster road and rail links in the Midlands and north of England, ensuring that pupils get good qualifications would be the most effective way of tackling productivity differences across the UK. The CBI's new campaign, 'Unlocking Regional Growth', aims to improve productivity outside London and the south east, as London is 30% more productive than the national average. To comment on the findings, Simon was joined by Patrick Woodman, head of research for the Chartered Management Institute.
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Patrick Woodman


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Georgie Frost

Hannah Kinston explains a very unusual way to pay for her degree

Georgie Frost
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Morning

Hannah Kinston explains a very unusual way to pay for her degree
Hannah Kinston is student but needed help funding her degree and of course, she was not alone. So a few students teamed together to create an unusual business - a cheese making one. This is to help fund degrees in agriculture, business, and veterinary medicine at Nottingham University. She explains all to Georgie on the line.
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Hannah Kinston


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Georgie Frost

Cheryl Spain, a Yoga and Pilates teacher discusses starting her own business

Georgie Frost
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Morning

Cheryl Spain, a Yoga and Pilates teacher discusses starting her own business
What does it take to start up your own business? Guts determination and lots of energy. In the business world, some of the stories are truly inspirational. And in Cheryl Spain's case, it's no different. Back in 2013 Cheryl was a single parent with one dream - to create and run her own fitness studios. No money; very little and now she runs Fitness Fusions in a large building in Clapham. She joined Georgie in the studio to tell her story.
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Cheryl Spain


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