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Nigel Cassidy

Young Entrepreneur of the Year Luke Johnstone on starting his business Pack'd

Nigel Cassidy
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Young Entrepreneur of the Year Luke Johnstone on starting his business Pack'd
Luke Johnstone, Founder of PACK'D, a frozen smoothie kit making business, was awarded last night Young Entrepreneur of the Year at the Amazon Growing Business Awards. We started by asking him how he started his own business and the idea behind it.
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Louise Cooper, Luke Johnstone


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Nigel Cassidy

The latest political news with Josh Lowe

Nigel Cassidy
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The latest political news with Josh Lowe
Josh Lowe, Reporter at Newsweek, joined Share Radio for his Thursdays comment of the latest political news. We started by asking him about the news that Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson's has privately told at least four EU ambassadors that he supports freedom of movement of EU workers despite the Government's stance.
Guests:

Louise Cooper, Josh Lowe


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Nigel Cassidy

Royal Mint digital gold blockchain - a positive step forward?

Nigel Cassidy
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Royal Mint digital gold blockchain - a positive step forward?
The Mint, the only institution licensed to provide coins in the UK, has announced it will look at launching a digital gold offering, allowing users to trade the assets using a blockchain based system. So how will this new digital gold blockchain work? Share Radio's Matt Cox spoke to monetary innovation researcher Garrick Hileman to find out more.
Guests:

Louise Cooper, Garrick Hileman


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Nigel Cassidy

Founder and Chief Executive of Impax Asset Management on their FY16 results

Nigel Cassidy
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Founder and Chief Executive of Impax Asset Management on their FY16 results
Impax Asset Management group has just announced results for the year ended 30 September 2016, describing it as one of the most successful years in their nineteen year history. Profit before tax are flat compared to last year, increasing to 5.2 million pounds from 5.1 million pounds, but these were up against more difficult background for investment. Ian Simm, Founder and Chief Executive, joined Share Radio to discuss the results.
Guests:

Louise Cooper, Ian Simm


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Nigel Cassidy

Could a damaged cross-channel power link mean an increase to electricity prices?

Nigel Cassidy
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Could a damaged cross-channel power link mean an increase to electricity prices?
As the National Grid launched its report into the future of energy networks yesterday, it's also rather concerned with a power connection perhaps more important to the present. The National Grid is investigating damage to the The Interconnexion France-Angleterre, which gives the UK access to French power and vice versa. Power capacity has been cut in half and, as winter approaches, so grows the UK's energy demands. To find out more about the causes and consequences, Share Radio's Matt Cox spoke to Diarmaid Williams, International Digital Editor of publications Power Engineering International & Decentralised Energy.

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Nigel Cassidy

Energy expert Peter Bild on OPEC deal to cut production

Nigel Cassidy
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Energy expert Peter Bild on OPEC deal to cut production
OPEC has reached a deal to cut oil supplies for the first time since the global financial crisis in 2008, prices are expected to rise above $50 a barrel as countries with large oil reserves like Saudi Arabia and its Gulf allies accepted big reductions in production. OPEC decided to cut 1.2m barrels a day to about 32.5m b/d for six months from early 2017 after six hours of talks in Vienna. Our energy expert in Vienna Peter Bild joined the show to discuss.
Guests:

Louise Cooper, Peter Bild


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Nigel Cassidy

How was Trump's election received in Russia?

Nigel Cassidy
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How was Trump's election received in Russia?
President-elect Donald Trump has reportedly already held at least two phone calls with Vladimir Putin - more than with any other world leader and the same amount of briefings he's had with American intelligence experts. Mr Trump praised the Russian president during the election campaign and has promised closer co-operation between the two countries. Share Radio's Robert Van Egghen spoke to Sergey Aleksashenko, former deputy governor of the Russian central bank.
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Louise Cooper, Robert Van Egghen, Sergey Aleksashenko


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Movies and Money James Cameron Wilson- True Stories

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Movies and Money James Cameron Wilson- True Stories
Movies and Money is Share Radio’s look at the world of film. James Cameron Wilson joins Simon for an irregular look at different movie genres and all in all we look at the business of film.
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James Cameron Wilson


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UK small business workers are losing 5.5 hours' office time a week because of minor irritations.

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UK small business workers are losing 5.5 hours' office time a week because of minor irritations.
It's a common scene in offices across the country; a computer that refuses to connect to the internet in one corner, an annoying colleague wittering on about their weekend plans in another and an air conditioning system that blasts icy cold air in the middle of winter. Workplace annoyances might seem insignificant in isolation, but new research released by Samsung Electronics reveals that UK small business workers are losing 5.5 hours' office time a week because of minor irritations. To find out more about this Greg Watt spoke to Sir Cary Cooper Professor of Organisational Psychology and Health at the Manchester Business School and started by asking him what the biggest office pet peeves are.
Guest:

Cary Cooper


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Simon Rose

Should the language of technology be considered as important, if not more so, than learning French, German or Spanish?

Simon Rose
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Should the language of technology be considered as important, if not more so, than learning French, German or Spanish?
Should the language of technology be considered as important, if not more so, than learning French, German or Spanish? One man who thinks it is, is Jordan Poulton from coding school, Makers Academy. Earlier today, Olivia Demetriades spoke to Jordan to discuss why it's now becoming one of the most important skills being taught in schools, and she began by asking what coding actually is.
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Jordan Poulton


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