On Track Record today Sue Dougan speaks to former senior buyer for B&Q and founder of Crimson Bear, Paul Johnson. Paul's career has included spells with Spicers, Carphone Warehouse and Maplin before co-founding Crimson Bear, a firm that sources high-end radiators and heating solutions for the home from across the world.
You can hear an extended version this Saturday from midday, or available as a download from the Share Radio website.
Financial heavyweights Lindsay Cook from Money Fight Club and James Walker of Resolver join Share Radio's Georgie Frost to talk about the costs of using and losing your mobile phone abroad; name which energy company is getting the Sucker Punch award this week, and talk about one of the toughest issues...who deals with your money when you are no longer able to.
Waterstones, the UK's leading bookshop chain, is under fire for going incognito at some of its newer stores.
The firm has opened three shops that do not feature its distinctive branding.
They are Southwold Books in Suffolk, The Rye Bookshop in East Sussex and Harpenden Books in Hertfordshire.
Share Radio's James Brydges spoke to branding expert Jennifer Janson, chair of 6 degrees PR agency.
Georgie Frost was joined by consumer rights expert Martyn James this morning. Today on the agenda, they discussed the news that BT could be forced to cut the phone bills of millions of customers who are on landline-only contracts, by £5 a month. Plus they look into why around 183 million unused baby clothes are sitting idle after children have outgrown them. All these stories and more on The News Review.
Share Radio's Tom Hill has been speaking to founder of Diary of a Frugal Family Cass Bailey. Cass started the blog several years ago as a way to help shift to part time work and spend more time with her family. All if that needed them to save more and the blog follows that journey as well as providing tips to help others.
Every week, around 100 experts in all, take to the social media site to kick off the week and share experiences, tips and questions on anything money related. Last night, as it's the first of March tomorrow, they discussed the all important issue of spring cleaning your finances. Share Radio's Georgie Frost was joined by Andy Webb Personal Finance Journalist and Blogger - his site is becleverwithyourcash.com.
More than 100 UK companies are exhibiting at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
Its the world’s largest gathering for the mobile industry and features the latest technology that will become available in the next few years.
Salford based MyManu will be showcasing Clik - the world's first wireless earphones with live voice translation into 37 languages.
Share radio's James Brydges spoke to Mark Birchall, MD of Tradefair that organises the UK delegation.
Sir John Major wants Theresa May to inject "a little more charm and a lot less cheap rhetoric" into negotiations to leave the EU. The former prime minister says pro-Brexit supporters have left voters expecting an "over optimistic" future. Plus Theresa May faces a row with Brussels over plans to curb migrant numbers from the European Union next month. Georgie Frost was joined by Jack Sommers of the Huffington Post to discuss all this and more political headlines of the morning.
Researchers at Rotterdam School of Management, have discovered what in a TV advert triggers people to find the product online.
This group was shown the adverts of 11 different adverts, all created for the same brand of pain-relieving muscle and joint gel.
Brain scans then revealed that an advert works best when it highlights both a product’s functional benefits and triggers the viewer’s imagination.
James Brydges spoke to Linda Couwenberg, who led the research.
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