As new research suggests night shifts can have a negative effect on your health, Georgie Frost talks Professor Derk-Yan Dyke, professor of sleep and physiology at Surrey University and Director of the Surrey sleep research centre to find out why working nights are bad for more than just our social life.
In this technology special, Georgie Frost takes an in-depth look at all things mobile with expert David McClelland: from why we’re so attached to our smartphones, to what we want from mobile banking and what to watch out for when it comes to WiFi security.
Joe Aldridge speaks to Amy Grace, Head of Wind at Bloomberg New Energy Finance, and Dr David Toke, Reader in Energy Politics at the University of Aberdeen, about the importance of international relations to the renewable energy industry.
Bruce Davis, Co-Founder of Abundance Generation, joins Sandra Kilhof and Mark Johnson to discuss The House of Commons Energy and Climate Change committee's consultation on 'the ECC holding government to account'.
We might be used to hearing about financial scammers, but it’s now feared that more and more of us could actually be becoming victims of “food fraud”. In this show Georgie Frost chats to David Pickering from the Chartered Trading Standards Institute to find out more about this hidden crime.
We're probably all guilty of having picked up some bad habits when it comes to our finances over the years, but a massive 91% of people in financial difficulty say if they'd been better educated when they were younger, they would have had less issues. In this show Georgie talks to Graham Thomas the co-founder of Join Sam which is an online tool that aims to help kids save, earn and learn about money.
Joe Aldridge speaks to Professor Phil Jones of the University of Cardiff, who was the lead architect behind a zero carbon house recently built in Wales, and Steve Turner, of the House Builders Federation, about the government's commitment to green energy.