Podcasts

Podcast Directory


Sue Dougan

Track Record: Karen Jones

Sue Dougan
Original Broadcast:

Track Record

Track Record: Karen Jones
Karen Jones is the founder of Citywealth magazine and the supporting organisation, which has been running for almost a decade. She shares how a trip to Nicaragua inspired her to set up her own business, seeing her through to working with high net worth individuals, and becoming an advocate for women in business. Karen also delves into her love of the outdoors, extensive travelling across the globe, and a love of dogs that somehow crept up on her.
Guest:

Karen Jones


Published:
Kate Andrews

IEA: Brexit and the Future of Global Trade

Kate Andrews
Original Broadcast:

IEA show

IEA: Brexit and the Future of Global Trade
Today we’re joined by the Advisory Board of our International Trade and Competition Unit, made up of world-renowned experts in trade policy – including Sir Lockwood Smith, John Weekes and Alan Oxley, who join us today, along with ITCU’s Director Shanker Singham. Interviewed by the IEA’s Madeline Grant, they give us a global view of Britain’s place in the world – and their prognosis of how our negotiations have progressed so far. They examine best practice in a range of different areas, including negotiating tactics, and discuss what an optimal free trade arrangement with the EU would look like. They also lay out some of the potential dangers and obstacles Britain may face in reaching this outcome. Finally, they consider how an independent Britain could advance the cause of free trade on the world stage.
Guests:

Sir Lockwood Smith, John Weekes, Alan Oxley, Shanker Singham, Madeline Grant


Published:
Adam Cox

Modern Mindset: Legal Minds

Adam Cox
Original Broadcast:

Modern Mindset

Modern Mindset: Legal Minds
Adam Cox talks to Saleem Sheikh, Senior Partner at GSC Solicitors LLP, a City-based commercial law firm. When he was younger, Saleem had his sights set on being a pilot; but a family tragedy saw his career trajectory instead take a turn towards law. He discusses how entrepreneurs and business owners need to plan for the worst case scenarios we’d all rather not think about – such as bereavement and illness – and his role in helping with that. He also talks about the need for a trusted advisor – in business and in life – to help navigate life’s pitfalls, and why we need to be communicating with the next generation to create legacies that can genuinely last. To find out more, go to www.gscsolicitors.com.
Guest:

Saleem Sheikh


Published:
Simon Rose

The Bigger Picture: Heathrow, NHS & Brexit

Simon Rose
Original Broadcast:

The Bigger Picture

The Bigger Picture: Heathrow, NHS & Brexit
Political commentator Mike Indian discusses the vote to expand Heathrow and the way in which the two main parties have both done 180-degree turns, the extra money pledged for the NHS and where it might come from and the latest developments in the ongoing saga that is Brexit.
Guest:

Mike Indian


Published:
Simon Rose

Gadgets & Gizmos: When tech goes wrong

Simon Rose
Original Broadcast:

Gadgets and Gizmos

Gadgets & Gizmos: When tech goes wrong
Steve Caplin looks at the recent outage worldwide for Google Home and Chromecast as well as US companies blocking European access in the wake of GDPR. He also looks at haptic messaging, how you can own a piece of a Warhol, Makita's bulky cooling jacket, 3D models of pets and a scent-based alarm clock.
Guest:

Steve Caplin


Published:
Simon Rose

Business of Film: Ocean's 8

Simon Rose
Original Broadcast:

The Business Of Film

Business of Film: Ocean's 8
James Cameron Wilson reviews the UK's new number 1 film, Ocean's 8, though points out it OUGHT to be in 2nd place. He also looks at two films that didn't make the top 10, the German Cannes and Golden Globes winner In The Fade and Trudie Styler-directed Freak Show. He also reveals just how affected he was when he saw new home release You Were Never Really Here, directed by Lynne Ramsay.
Guest:

James Cameron Wilson


Published:
Simon Rose

The Week That Was: Carnival & Whitbread

Simon Rose
Original Broadcast:

The Week That Was

The Week That Was: Carnival & Whitbread
Helal Miah of The Share Centre looks back at recent figures from Carnival, Whitbread, Stagecoach and Greene King and ahead to forthcoming results from Costain, Sainsbury, Associated British Foods and Persimmon.
Guest:

Helal Miah


Published:
Simon Rose

Motley Fool Money: The Best Investors & Their Worst Investments

Simon Rose
Original Broadcast:

Motley Fool Show

Motley Fool Money: The Best Investors & Their Worst Investments
Want to keep up with the latest earnings updates from the States? Well join Chris Hill and the Motley Fool Radio Show team here on Share Radio, direct from Washington DC, for news, views and analysis of the US stocks that matter. In this week's show: Disney increases its offer for 21st Century Fox; Kroger delivers; CarMax and Winnebago rev up; GE gets the boot; Starbucks cools off; And Chipotle expands its menu.
Guest:

Chris Hill


Published:
Georgie Frost

This is Money: Would you pay more tax to save the NHS?

Georgie Frost
Original Broadcast:

This is Money

This is Money: Would you pay more tax to save the NHS?
The National Health Service is 70 years old this year and most of us are proud of the British institution, leaning on it in our times of need. However, we’re living longer with more complex problems and the service keeps crying out that it needs more money. Where does it come from? Do we make cost-cuttings or plough lots of money in, do we increase income tax, make the rich pay, or introduce a new special ring-fenced tax? Theresa May announced plans for £20.5billion-a-year cash boost – but was a little short on the detail. She hinted at tax rises and mentioned a ‘Brexit dividend’. This is Money editor Simon Lambert, along with consumer affairs editor Lee Boyce and presenter Georgie Frost look at ways to fix the NHS in the latest podcast.
Guests:

Simon Lambert, Lee Boyce


Published:
Kate Andrews

IEA: Approaches to Migration

Kate Andrews
Original Broadcast:

IEA show

IEA: Approaches to Migration
Migration matters. It has risen to near the top of concerns expressed in opinion polls in the UK and across Europe. For many politicians, the EU referendum result was a clear instruction from the British people that they wanted to reduce immigration levels. But is it all as clear cut as that? Joining us today are Daniel Pryor, Head of Programmes at the Adam Smith Institute, and Kristian Niemietz, Head of Health and Welfare at the Institute of Economic Affairs. Interviewed by Digital Officer Madeline Grant, Daniel and Kristian examine how people in Britain really feel about migration and where the nuances lie. They discuss the economic benefits of immigration – as well as its impact on culture and social cohesion.
Guests:

Daniel Pryor, Kristian Niemietz


Published: