Georgie Frost is joined in the studio by finance and consumer rights expert Martyn James. Today on the agenda, they discuss the British Airways and Weetabix strikes. Plus our UK foodbanks filling up this season. All these stories and more on The News Review.
Have you ever fantasised about leaving your job and starting your own business? Well that's exactly what one investment banker did after being made redundant in 2013. She didn't head back to the city but decided to do something completely different! Lavinia Davolio set up a sweet business--Lavolio Boutique Confectionery and has gone on to supply Fortnum and Mason, Ocado and Amazon and joined Georgie Frost in the studio.
More feisty fisticuffs from Money Fight Club with financial heavyweight Lindsay Cook; this week estate agency fees are in the firing line along with charities that hound us after making a donation, and if we should boycott the companies that are shrinking the Christmas sweet contents yet not reducing the price.
We've certainly seen plenty of stories about new developments in robotics and AI across different industries. Science fiction is filled with examples of highly advanced robots replacing humans and taking over the world but could they be starting with your job? According to one study about 35% of current jobs in the UK are at high risk of automation over the next 20 years. Our reporter Tom Hill spoke to UK Think-tank Future Advocacy’s founder Olly Buston to investigate what the future holds for the job market in this robotic age.
From virtual reality to drones this year has certainly seen a range of futuristic new products on the market. All this means there's ever more to choose from when trying to find the perfect present for any gadget obsessed friends and relatives. Talking to Georgie Frost through the best of this year’s consumer tech is Chris Hall, editor at Pocket Lint, the Tech review website.
As 2016 is almost over, it is time to look back over the year. Georgie Frost checked in with Mr Moneyblogger himself, Andy Webb from the Moneyblogger community to find out about the money highlights, including the money heroes and villains from 2016.
This week, Yahoo revealed one of the biggest cases of computer hacking ever. It said that data from more than one billion accounts may have been hacked, and it revealed that the incident happened three years ago but has only now become clear. To discuss this Share Radio's Matthew Cook was joined by Mark James, IT Security Specialist at ESET, and Lewis Henderson, consultant at Glasswall Solutions.
Tis the season to be jolly, and one form of festive relaxation is to imbibe with some fine wine. But will your glass be filled with something made in Britain? Lucy Winward from the award-winning New Hall Vineyard in Purleigh, joined Share Radio Breakfast to talk English wine.
All of Tuesday mornings newspapers lead with pictures from the scene in Berlin after the fatal incident, which killed at least 12 people and wounded around 50. Just hours before the Berlin lorry crash, Russia's top diplomat in Turkey was shot dead by an off-duty policeman at an art gallery in Ankara. To offer more on these stories, and to look at the political implications, Josh Lowe of Newsweek joined Share Radio Breakfast.
The Russian Ambassador to Turkey was shot in the back and killed by an off-duty police officer, as he gave a speech at an Ankara art gallery on Monday. It came on the same day of the deadly attacks at a Christmas market in Berlin. For more on the incidents and its potential impact on political and economic relations, Professor Tim Evans, Professor of Business and Political Economy at Middlesex University London, joined Share Radio Breakfast.