Apple are having another attempt at the global TV sector, despite an initial unsuccessful launch in 2007. Billy Bambrough speaks to Nick Zarb, Director at Simon-Kucher & Partners, and Stuart Miles, Founder and CEO of Pocket-lint, about whether they can break into the TV market this time around.
Share Politics with Colin Bloom, talking to Wangu Kanja from the Wangu Kanja Foundation, Girish Menon, Chief Executive of ActionAid and Patty Whaley, Trustee from ActionAid, about Action Aid's Fearless Women Campaign to help end violence against women and girls.
Linda Lewis visits RateSetter, one of the world's largest peer-to-peer lenders and the biggest in the UK by monthly volume. She visited them at their offices near London Bridge in the high-tech Metal Box Factory and spoke to Rhydian Lewis, CEO and co-founder, and some of the team to find out how their innovative model of matching investors and lenders works.
Sarah Pennells is joined in the studio by Martin Grombridge from the London Capital Credit Union, and on the phone with Laura Mostaghimi from National Debt Line and Richard Griffiths of the Consumer Finance Association to answer your questions about payday loans.
Sarah Pennells is joined in the studio by Malcolm McLean from Barnett-Waddingham and Claire Walsh from Aspect8 as well as on the phone with Jonathan Bland from Pension Geeks and Robert Cochran of Scottish Widows to talk about pensions and the Pensions Awareness Day 2015 Campaign.
Sarah Pennells is joined in the studio by Martyn James from the Financial Ombudsman Service and Rob Hailstone from Bold Legal Group, and on the phone with Alison Farrar from the Chartered Trading Standards Institute and Tony Blake, Senior Fraud Prevention Officer at the DCPCU to talk about financial fraud and scams from online scams to housing and phone scams.