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Ed Mitchell

Oz Katerji, journalist and Lesvos project Coordinator for Help Refugees talks EU migration scheme

Ed Mitchell
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Oz Katerji, journalist and Lesvos project Coordinator for Help Refugees talks EU migration scheme
Oz katerji, a journalist based in Turkey and Lesbos project Coordinator for Help Refugees, joins Ed Mitchell of Investment Perspectives for analysis on the European Migration scheme, which will see refugees and migrants being sent back to Turkey to prevent them from coming to islands such as Lesbos. which is set to begin today.

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Nigel Cassidy

Morning Money: Dan Hodges on the aftermath of the Brussels attacks and the questions facing Cameron

Nigel Cassidy
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Morning Money at 8:00 on

Morning Money: Dan Hodges on the aftermath of the Brussels attacks and the questions facing Cameron
Dan Hodges, Political Commentator at the Mail on Sunday, joins Nigel Cassidy and Chris Bailey to discuss the latest in the world of politics. Dan looks ahead to Prime Minister’s Questions, which will inevitably be centred on the events in Brussels. Also discussed is the UK-EU referendum, the budget and the ongoing battle for the US presidency.
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Chris Bailey, Dan Hodges


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Nigel Cassidy

Morning Money: Is Google looking to drop it's innovative "moon-shot" ideas?

Nigel Cassidy
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Morning Money at 6:00 on

Morning Money: Is Google looking to drop it's innovative "moon-shot" ideas?
Google's parent company Alphabet is trying to sell robotics firm Boston Dynamics, which it acquired two years ago. So is this a sign of the end of innovation and ingenuity from Google in the pursuit of profit, or something more complex? Matt Cox spoke to fintech consultant David Brear, Chief Thinker at the Think Different Group, who gave his take on the matter.
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Matt Cox, David Brear


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Simon Rose

Book Value with Ruth Whippman

Simon Rose
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Book Value with Ruth Whippman
Author, Ruth Whippman spoke to Simon about her book, 'The Pursuit of Happiness: And Why It's Making Us Anxious'.
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Ruth Whippman


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Simon Rose

The AIM Show with Louis Hall

Simon Rose
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The AIM Show with Louis Hall
Every week The AIM Show hears from the boss of one of the companies listed on the Alternative Investment Market.

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Juliette Foster

The Weeks Update: The IMF & funds for countries hit by disaster, with John Weeks & Tim Jones

Juliette Foster
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The Weeks Update: The IMF & funds for countries hit by disaster, with John Weeks & Tim Jones
April marks the first anniversary of the Nepalese earthquake, which killed over eight thousand people and injured more than twenty one thousand others. After the disaster the International Monetary Fund told the Nepalese authorities they would have to pay back the $3.5 billion of debt the country owes to its creditors. The IMF said the money can't be written off because Nepal doesn't qualify for relief from a special fund for countries hit by natural disasters. That decision outraged anti debt campaigners who claim that wealthy states are often responsible for the financial problems of poorer countries. For example Mozambique's debt, which is priced in currencies like the Dollar, has ballooned because of the weak exchange rate, forcing the government to use 13% of its revenue to pay back what it owes. So is it time for the creditors to ease up on the indebted? Tim Jones, of the "Jubilee Debt Campaign", joins Juliette Foster in the studio along with Professor John Weeks, Share Radio's regular economics commentator.

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Juliette Foster

The Book Review: 'Connect: How Companies that Engage with Society Become More Successful' by John Browne

Juliette Foster
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The Book Review: 'Connect: How Companies that Engage with Society Become More Successful' by John Browne
Share Radio's Book Review: Can society and business exist in a mutually respectful relationship where one side knows where the other is coming from? On the surface, the answer to that question would appear to be "No", since most people believe that companies work to undermine the public interest. Yet there's no denying the fact that business and the public need each other although the challenge is to find a meaningful way of bringing both sides together. Well one man who may have the answer is the peer and former CEO of BP, John Browne, whose new book, "Connect: How Companies Succeed by Engaging Radically with Society", is published in paperback this week. John Browne joined Juliette Foster of Investment Perspectives in the studio.

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Sarah Lowther

Morning Money: Oliver Smith looks at Apple's new smaller iPhone

Sarah Lowther
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Morning Money at 7:00 on

Morning Money: Oliver Smith looks at Apple's new smaller iPhone
Apple has released a new iPhone model, which is the smallest of its current range. Oliver Smith, Senior Tech reporter at The Memo, discusses the reasons behind the release of a smaller, cheaper model. So is it worth purchasing or should you wait for the release of the iPhone 7 later in 2016?
Guests:

Chris Bailey, Oliver Smith


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Sarah Lowther

Morning Money: Why are people having to work longer?

Sarah Lowther
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Morning Money at 6:00 on

Morning Money: Why are people having to work longer?
A third of people aged over 50, who are employed in the private sector, are now planning to retire later than they previously hoped. Aviva's latest Working Lives report reveals that they'll work eight years longer than hoped. Alistair McQueen, Pension Policy Manager at Aviva, joins Share Radio to discuss the findings.
Guests:

Chris Bailey, Alistair McQueen


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Simon Rose

Gadgets and Gizmos - Episode 60

Simon Rose
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Gadgets and Gizmos - Episode 60
Gadgets and Gizmos with Share Radio's technology editor Steve Caplin.
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Steve Caplin


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