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Ed Bowsher

Crowdfunders Episode 1

Ed Bowsher
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Crowdfunders Episode 1
On our first episode of The Crowdfunders, Ed Bowsher is joined by Neil Faulkner, founder of P2P comparison site 4th Way, and City A.M. financial journalist Harriet Green lead Ed Mitchell through the world of crowdfunding and peer-to-peer financing.
Guests:

Neil Faulkner, Harriet Green


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Ed Mitchell

The Small Cap Investors chat with David Stredder

Ed Mitchell
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The Small Cap Investors chat with David Stredder
The Small Cap Investors chat with David Stredder, business analyst and Director at Sharesoc, about his picks for the week.
Guest:

David Stredder


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Ed Mitchell

The effects of China's recent turmoil on the region

Ed Mitchell
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The effects of China's recent turmoil on the region
Finbarr Bermingham, Asia Editor at the Global Trade Review, discusses how China's recent turmoil is playing out across the region
Guest:

Finbarr Bermingham


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Morning Money: The business of the organic and health food industry

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Morning Money: The business of the organic and health food industry
It's Soil Association Organic September and Jason Boxer, CFO of Wessanen UK, speaks to Mark Johnson and Chris Bailey about the organic and health food industry.
Guests:

Chris Bailey, Jason Boxer


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Morning Money: Billy Bambrough investigates the growing demand for rare Scotch Whisky

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Morning Money: Billy Bambrough investigates the growing demand for rare Scotch Whisky
The value of rare Scotch whisky has grown by 34% in the first half of 2015. This despite overseas sales falling in 2014. So what is behind the revival? Share Radio's Billy Bambrough finds out by speaking with Oliver Chilton, of the Whisky Exchange, and David Frost, CEO of the Scotch Whisky Association.
Guests:

Billy Bambrough, Oliver Chilton, David Frost


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Juliette Foster

'Something Will Turn Up' Book Review

Juliette Foster
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'Something Will Turn Up' Book Review
David Smith, Economics Editor of the Sunday Times, discusses his new book 'Something Will Turn Up', which looks at Britain's unstable economic history
Guest:

David Smith


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Morning Money: How do major disasters affect industries?

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Morning Money: How do major disasters affect industries?
Last month saw an explosion in the Chinese port town of Tianjin. Besides the tragic loss of life, how are businesses and industries impacted? Joe Aldridge has been finding out by speaking with Chris Moss, Director of Risk Consulting at Charles Taylor, and Lili Yang, Leader in Emergency Management at Loughborough University.
Guests:

Chris Moss, Lili Yang, Joe Aldridge


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Morning Money: Paul Marsland on pay ratios

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Morning Money: Paul Marsland on pay ratios
The High Pay Centre is about to release a collection of essays on the economics and metrics of pay ratios. Paul Marsland, a research consultant and leader of the High Pay Centre's work, joins Mark Johnson and Chris Bailey to discuss.
Guests:

Paul Marsland, Chris Bailey


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Juliette Foster

Episode 5 of The Apprentice Investor

Juliette Foster
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Episode 5 of The Apprentice Investor
Episode 5 of The Apprentice Investor
Guests:

Alexi Phillips, Ruby Johnson


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Matthew Cook

Charity Showcase: Artbox London

Matthew Cook
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Charity Showcase: Artbox London
Matthew Cook visits Artbox London, a registered charity and social enterprise that helps artists with learning disabilities to create artwork, as well as running art workshops to provide opportunities for the artists to exhibit their work in galleries and sell them to the public.

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