Nick Peters hits the shop floor for another packed edition on workplace issues. This week, social mobility, the goal of productive work and enterprise, comes under attack. Nick Peters talks to Matthew Taylor, Chief Executive of the RSA, about the idea that social mobility could be cruel or even evil.
Digital skill levels among young people mean employers are finding it harder to get qualified staff and many young people risk missing out on good jobs - Nick Peters finds out more from Nigel Walsh at CapGemini.
The Prime Minister says he wants ex-offenders to have much more support moving from jail into jobs and productive lives. It’s already happening - Nick Peters discovers how from Jane Gould, a trustee of Christian charity CleanSheet.
And we head east to Vietnam to meet the "Digital Nomads", young people who are taking the idea of remote working to extraordinary lengths.
Your Money, Your Future with Sarah Pennells, talking to Rodney Hobson, author of Shares Made Simple, Michelle McGrade, Chief Investment Officer at TD Direct, and Helal Miah, Investment Research Analyst at The Share Centre, about company figures, what they mean and how they can help your investment prospects.
Ask Sarah with Sarah Pennells, talking to Richard Blanco, Landlord Developer and London representative for the National Landlords Association, Merryn Somerset Webb, Editor in chief of Moneyweek Magazine, and David Lawrenson, founder of lettingfocus.com, about changes to buy-to-let property and whether it's a good idea to invest now. First Broadcast 13/02/16
Women and Money with Sarah Pennells, talking to Simon Ranson, Head of Banking at Sainsbury's Bank and Claire Walsh, Chartered Financial Planner at Aspect8, about the recent Sainsbury's Bank report highlighting people's money confidence and financial worries.
Young Money with Sarah Pennells and Young Money Champion Fiona Norman, talking to David Hollingworth, Associate Director at London & Country Mortgages and Lina Bourdon and Lina Bourdon, Managing Director at City and Country Financial Services, about government help-to-buy schemes.
Linda Lewis profiles Xero, the market leader in cloud-based accounting software which has been labelled by Forbes as the most innovative growth company two years in a row. This week they've been hosting their annual conference and expo in Battersea in London, unveiling a number of innovative add-ons to their software, such as auto-enrollment for pensions, and a link-up with Barclays and Microsoft to provide subscribers with more insights into how and where their money is going. Linda Lewis went along to meet the founders.
The team from this is money, the award winning financial website, are back in the studio with Georgie for their weekly catch up. This week they take a look at: another week that’s rocked the markets; some need-to-know advice for our pensions; and the “smishing” menace we need to keep an eye out for.
This is Share Daily, a look back at some highlights from Share Radio over the last 24 hours. It's your opportunity to catch up with the best of Share Radio , where we bring you news and views on stocks and shares, talk to successful entrepreneurs and offer advice which could make and saves you money.
Rounding off the week yet again, it's Personal Finance Editor at the FT, Claer Barrett, this week joined by her colleague Aime Williams, FT Money reporter, for a look at the big FT stories of the week.