Rita Lobo and Marc Shoffman are joined by Shanza Ali from the Muslim Climate Action campaign and Jean Leston from Christian environmental group Operation Noah, to discuss climate change and whether it is up to faith groups to lead on tackling the issue, only on Questions of Faith. With guest Imam Mansoor Ahmad Clark explaining the significance of change in Islam.
This week Matthew Cook visits Action Aid HQ, a leading international charity who support women and children in extreme poverty, fight for the rights of the world's poorest people in forty three countries, work with over five thousand schools globally to get children and young people the education they deserve, and have been campaigning for change for over forty years.
The History of Booms, Busts and Bubbles: The Bengal Famine of 1770
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Rita Lobo is joined in the studio by Dr Jon Wilson, senior lecturer in British Imperial and South Asian History at King's College London, to discuss the Bengal Famine of 1770, what happened during this devastating time and how it impacted the country over the long term.
This weekend on Track Record, Sue Dougan sat down with the Right Reverend, Lord Richard Chartres, the Bishop of London, for a long discussion about his passions, his career, his personal relationship with his faith and his favourite songs.
On 1st October 2015, new legislation to protect and clarify consumer rights comes into force. Sarah is joined in the studio by James Walker, CEO of Resolver, and Martyn James from the Financial Ombudsman's Service, to answer your questions about consumer rights, what they are, and how they apply in different situations.
Sarah Pennells is joined in the studio by Anita Monteith from the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales, and over the phone by George Bull, a Senior Tax Partner at Baker Tilly, and Rachel Smith, co-founder of GlobalGiving UK, to discuss giving to charity in a tax-efficient way. Find out how to give as you earn, how to leave part of your estate, and what the tax benefits can be.
Sarah Pennells is joined in the studio by David Thorpe, editor of What Investment, and on the phone by Anna Sofat of Addidi and Darren Cornish of The Share Centre to talk about investing for children using junior ISAs, tracker funds and trust funds.
Sarah Pennells is joined by our Young Money expert Rachael Healy to discuss top tips for writing a CV and to hear advice for job interviews with experts Mildred Talabi, Ruth Scott and Neil Hammond only on Young Money.
Linda Lewis visits Bodybuilding.com, an American online retailer which describes itself as the world’s largest online sports nutrition store, selling more than 13,500 different health and fitness supplements and accessories to customers in more than 155 countries. The company has just launched in the UK and has big ambitions to shake up the fitness market over here, not just by selling supplements but also with their extensive range of videos and online fitness advice.