Sarah Pennells is joined in the studio by Belinda Aspinall, founder of Life After London, David Hollingworth from London and Country Mortgages and Mark Hayward from the National Association of Estate Agents to talk about the financial and social aspects of moving to the country.
Linda Lewis heads to the Isle of Wight to visit The Garlic Farm, one of the leading UK producers of garlic. Founded by Chairman Colin Boswell over 30 years ago, with day to day business run by his daughter, Linda is shown around the farm, and talks to Colin about the company, the products and all things garlic.
Linda Lewis talks to CEO Peter Woodd, Kevin Baumber and the rest of the team at Case Station about their fast-growing business making personalised phone and iPad covers, and finds out how their special design technology works.
Sarah Pennells is joined by Young Money Champion Rachael Healy and experts from Student Universe, Year Out Group and Projects Abroad to discuss the cost and benefits of a gap year and provide advice for getting the most out of your gap year.
Jack Sommers, of The Huffington Post, speaks to Sandra Kilhof and Mark Johnson about the latest political stories, including the backlash over Kids Company's closure and the latest trade union reaction, in light of the tube strike.
Billy Bambrough speaks to Jonathan Athow, Head of Economic Statistics at the Office for National Statistics, about Britain's official statistics system, which has been labelled out of date and is now under review. What can we expect from the review?