The team from This Is Money, the award-winning finance section of the Mail Online, are back in the studio for their weekly catch up where they tell us some of the stories they've been investigating this week including: why supermarkets should be saying sorry; the rise and rise of the discounters; and the secret cost of smiley faces.
Should we embrace Apple Pay? And why we need to make sure our savings are still safe: Helen Knapman and Eesha Mohindra from MoneySavingExpert.com join Georgie to talk about their top stories this week, plus they reveal all the best deals you could be getting your hands on.
The feisty finance experts from Money Fight Club are back. This week they tackle the new EU-wide watchdog that could help solve your complaints and why its crunch time for our supermarkets as the findings of an investigation could bring an end to confusing special offers.
Dr Lee Edwards, Professor of Communication Studies and PR at the University of Leeds, discusses corporate communications with Sandra Kilhof and Sara Sjölin in light of the corporate PR world's celebration of top digital performers which took place last night.
Billy Bambrough has been looking at the Canadian economy, as well as the legacy of Mark Carney, formerly the Governor of the Bank of Canada before taking his current role at the Bank of England. He speaks to Jim Stanford, a Canadian economist, and independent economist Shaun Richards.
Craig Woodhouse, Political Correspondent at The Sun, discusses the latest political stories with Sandra Kilhof and Mark Johnson. Craig analyses Jeremy Hunt's proposal for hospital doctor's to work seven days a week, whilst also looking at the Conservative's plans for NHS reform and the Labour leadership battle.
Now we're all familiar with stories in the media about the "slow death of the high street" as we swap our real shopping baskets for virtual ones...But, one company trying to bridge the gap by bringing the high street to you is Hubbub. In this show Georgie chats to Alice Beverton-Palmer from Hubbub and hears from one of the fishmongers they work with.
New research shows that as a nation we're not exactly clued up when it comes to our credit scores, but in this show Georgie debunks the myths surrounding our "financial CVs" with expert Lisa Hardstaff from Equifax.