This week Matthew Cook visits Charity Stars, a platform for celebrities and athletes to donate their goods, or time, that are then auctioned off with the proceeds raised going to the celebrity's charity of choice.
Hallmarq Veterinary Imaging is a highly successful British technology firm which developed the world's first MRI scanner for injured or ill horses. The company has won two Queen's Awards for Enterprise and International Trade. It is now developing a revolutionary scanner to help vets diagnose and treat cats and dogs. Linda Lewis went to meet them.
The Bank of England Museum houses gold bars, bank notes and a whole host of exhibits charting the Bank's role at the heart of Britain's financial system stretching back over 300 years. Linda Lewis has been along to meet the curator Anna Spender and find out what's on offer to visitors.
Sarah Pennells is joined in the studio by Tess Riley from the Guardian and former Streetbank, Jonathan Hampson, head of locations at Zipcar, and Jim Pickell, president of Home Exchange, to answer your questions about the sharing economy.
Sarah Pennells is joined by Dean Brauer from Go Henry, Julie Hutchison from Standard Life and Ingrid McCleave from The Family Bank to discuss children's bank accounts, savings accounts, ISAs and trust funds.
Sarah Pennells is joined by the Money Advice Service, Santander and A Mummy Too blogger to discuss back to school costs, what the biggest challenge is when buying for back to school, how to effectively plan for September and tips and tricks of saving money.
Sarah Pennells is joined by Young Money Champion Nicole Blackmore from the Telegraph to talk about studying abroad, the costs, planning, where and when to go and the common problems students face, with expert guests from UniSmart, The Student World and Study Portals.
The team from This Is Money the award winning section of the mail online are back. This week they take a look at how to complain like a pro with the new professional complaining service, why there’s a growing gap between Britain's richest and poorest families, and what exactly world war two radios have to do with trading.