The Investment Trust Show with Peter Lowman, Chief Investment Officer at Investment Quorum, Sarah Godfrey, Investment Trust Analyst at Edison Investment Research & Share Radio's Senior Analyst Ed Bowsher
How much more productive would you be at work if you never even went to the office? In this show Georgie chats to Chris Ward the author of the book Out of Office.
He says: "An office is where you can climb the corporate ladder. Coffee shops and other hot spots are where you can change your life and have other big ideas to change the world around you."
In the wake of hacking scandals and cyber attacks hitting the headlines, Georgie takes a look at where exactly the law stands when it comes to YOUR data with Liz Morley who's a solicitor at Howard Kennedy and specialises in privacy issues.
Many high profile figures including Desmond Tutu and Vivienne Westwood are calling for mass climate change action ahead of the UN's Paris conference in December.
Their statement, published in the book Stop Climate Crimes, reads "We are at a crossroads. We do not want to be compelled to survive in a world that has been made barely liveable for us..." In this show Georgie finds out more from 350.org who are one of the environmental groups behind the project.
As the government prepares to release its latest immigration figures, Mark Hilton, Director of Immigration Policy at London First, reveals to Sandra Kilhof and Mark Johnson what this will mean for London's business world.
Anglo Pacific Group, the global natural resources royalty company, released their interim results this morning and their CEO Julian Treger joins Sandra Kilhof and Mark Johnson to discuss this and sum up the group's expectations for the rest of the year.
Virgin Galactic has set a course for the Satellite sector and Billy Bambrough's been speaking to Conor O'Sullivan from space industry research organisation, Satellite Applications Catapult, about the area.