Georgie Frost is joined by financial heavy weights Lindsay Cook and Andy Webb- They have all you need to know if you're in the market for a mortgage; asking which offers are too good to be true and looking at the hidden side of the ever so convenient e-receipts
Steve Caplin and Simon Rose discuss the latest tech offerings, including a civilian flying car, emotional chatting machines, the world’s smartest chess board and why charging electric cars could lead to blackouts.
Helal Miah, Investment Research Analyst at The Share Centre, looks back at results from Vodafone, Royal Mail and Burberry as well as looking at forthcoming results from three of Britain’s biggest retailers.
Simon and James discuss Alien: Covenant, the continuing success of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Jessica Chastain’s new film Miss Sloane with James highlighting the new Francois Ozon movie Franz too.
Editor Simon Lambert and deputy editor Adrian Lowry join Georgie Frost to go through the party manifestos ahead of June's general election, the latest figures out this week, giving us an idea of the state of Britain and the economy, bad news for buy-to-letters & the taxpayer's stake in Lloyds Banking Group has been fully sold off.
Editor Simon Lambert and Development Editor Rich Browning from This is Money join Georgie Frost to round up the week's top stories they've been covering on their award winning Website. This week, they lift the roof on the property market – just how worried should we be about it. In one area of the country you need 17 times the average salary to buy; the number of under 35-year-olds still living with their parents has gone up a third - we ask if microhomes the way to go?! And we take a look at plans to introduce an energy price cap from the Tories - how different is it really to Ed Miliband’s proposals in 2013?