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Sarah Lowther

Morning Money: What’s behind Tata Steel’s UK steelmaking arm U-turn?

Sarah Lowther
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Morning Money at 6:00 on

Morning Money: What’s behind Tata Steel’s UK steelmaking arm U-turn?
Last week it emerged that Tata Steel was considering keeping its UK steelmaking arm, after putting the loss-making business up for sale in March. The development has raised further hopes that the Port Talbot plant can be saved and David Blackaby, Professor of Economics at Swansea University, looked at why a U-turn is being considered.
Guests:

Chris Bailey, David Blackaby


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Sarah Lowther

Morning Money: How important is etiquette for the business traveller?

Sarah Lowther
Original Broadcast:

Morning Money at 8:00 on

Morning Money: How important is etiquette for the business traveller?
Marie-Hélène Ferguson, Principal at the London School of Etiquette, talked etiquette for the business traveller. New research has revealed just how confident we are at meeting new people and our biggest faux pas when abroad. So what mistakes do we make, what are our biggest fears and is etiquette important today both at home and abroad?
Guests:

Chris Bailey, Marie-Hélène Ferguson


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Georgie Frost

Consuming Issues: the Team from Money Fight Club joins @GECFrost in the studio to talk on supermarkets and retail sales tactics

Georgie Frost
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Consuming Issues

Consuming Issues: the Team from Money Fight Club joins @GECFrost in the studio to talk on supermarkets and retail sales tactics
Today the founders of Money Fight Club -Lindsay Cook and Anne Caborn- enter the ring to talk about supermarkets and retail sales tactics. This comes after Asda has been ordered by the advertising watchdog to ensure future sales promotions don’t mislead us about how much we are saving. This was after they had given a written a commitment to alter its promotions, just days ago. It’s not just supermarkets though, with all retailers looking for the best way to get consumers money.
Guests:

Anne Caborn, Lindsay Cook


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Matthew Cook

Share Radio Folk Festival Guide June 4th to June 5th

Matthew Cook
Original Broadcast:

What's On

Share Radio Folk Festival Guide June 4th to June 5th
Share radio has teamed up with www.ukfolkfestivals.co.uk to give a rundown of what's going on in coming months for traditional music fans.

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Rita Lobo

Questions of Faith with Rita Lobo and Marc Shoffman May 29 2016

Rita Lobo
Original Broadcast:

Questions Of Faith on

Questions of Faith with Rita Lobo and Marc Shoffman May 29 2016
From house prices to Help to Buy, the property market is a key economic, political and social issue. But is it a religious one as well? Rita spoke to Alastair Murray, director of projects for Housing Justice, June Morton, chief executive of Jewish social housing group JLiving,

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Matthew Cook

Inside Music: Transparency and Independence

Matthew Cook
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Inside Music on

Inside Music: Transparency and Independence
Matt explores how bitcoins are changing the music industry, and whether block-chain applications are the next frontier for the business.

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Nick Peters

Shop Floor with Nick Peters May 29 2016

Nick Peters
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Shop Floor with Nick Peters May 29 2016
Johnny Mercer MP on his campaign for a nationally coordinated support network that will ensure wounded ex-service personnel are helped into jobs. While defending the Prime Minister’s commitment to the services, he says more must be done at government level to protect the military covenant. Since the advent of the smartphone, we are increasingly subject to the tyranny of time, cramming more activity into every second of the day – checking email, checking Facebook, sending texts – that we rarely give ourselves the chance to stop and focus on one thing. Tony Crabbe, business psychologist and author of ‘Busy’ says we are damaging our productivity and ourselves. A new disruptive technology is shaking up the temporary employment market. Called Catapult, it is an online app/platform that connects people who want temp jobs with employers who need help. Unlike the clunky temp agency system, employers can fill shifts within one hour inside the M25. The record is 24 minutes. Workers set their own pay (no lower than NLW) and Catapult collects holiday pay and NI on their behalf. Nick talks to co-founder Oli Johnson. In our monthly look-back at the stories we’ve covered, IDG consultant Jake Meyer looks at time efficiency, productivity, the changing face of capitalism and work for the wounded ex-service personnel.
Guests:

Johnny Mercer, Tony Crabbe, Oli Johnson, Jake Meyer


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IDG
Nick Peters

Marketing Watch with Nick Peters May 29 2016

Nick Peters
Original Broadcast:

Marketing Watch on

Marketing Watch with Nick Peters May 29 2016
The scandal hit Co-op has come back from the brink of disaster and is now rebranding itself for a brighter future – by reviving the old blue Co-op logo and focusing increasingly on serving its membership with dividends and lower prices. Nick talks to Campaign’s Simon Gwynn. The Radiocentre, which beats the drum on behalf of the commercial radio industry, has launched a bold and imaginative ad campaign that directs specially-composed songs at senior marketers in companies like Unilever and John Lewis. Nick talks to client director at the Radiocentre, Lucy Barrett and to Andy Nairn of the Lucky Generals agency that created the campaign. Andy also talks about the agency’s strategy for success, which includes a contribution from Hollywood legend Jeff Bridges.
Guest:

Simon Gwynn


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Rita Lobo

The World This Week May 29th 2016

Rita Lobo
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The World This Week May 29th 2016
In this episode of The World This Week, Rita teams up with Mashable to investigate what's behind this week's spurt of ShareHold-er ECO Activism with science editor, Andrew Freedman. Fiona Norman speaks to Greek financial crisis expert, Thanos Dimadis, to find out how unlocking a €10.3bn bail out loan will help in easing the countries financial debt pile. We look at why tech companies are in the top five list in the world with the most cash in the bank, and how the value of sterling has been extremely volatile this year and what link this may have with Brexit fears.

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Linda Lewis (1)

Company Casebook: London Muscle

Linda Lewis (1)
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Company Casebook: London Muscle
Want to get fit for the Summer? Linda Lewis speaks to two sets of brothers, James and Tom Exton, and Max and Lloyd Bridger, who set up LDN Muscle, now LDNM, three years ago and are now turning over £150,000 per month! The business provides downloadable guides and information, and has gone from strength to strength, starting a personal training academy, training other trainers, adding a clothing range and now selling supplements. Linda finds out the secret to their success on Company Casebook.
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London Muscle


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