And now it's time for Part 2 of Track Record- this week Sue Dougan sits down with Samantha Dyer - founder of Mumma Love Organics, an award-winning business providing specially formulated organic products for babies.
Is your reliance on your phone ruining your memory? One theory is technology is to blame as people become reliant on storing and googling information. To find out more our reporter Tom Hill spoke to memory expert Dominic O'Brien.
Theresa May is expected to seek a special free trade deal during her trip to the US on Friday. The Prime Minister will be the first foreign leader to meet Mr Trump, and will later address the annual congressional Republican Retreat in Philadelphia. Sir Vince Cable, the former Lib Dem MP and business secretary, said on Twitter today that it's an "Appalling error by May to grovel to Trump for trade deal. He wants to destroy free trade". He joined Share Radio's Ed Bowsher to discuss.
How important is the relationship between technology and education? Very, according to Shahnelia Saeed, Director of Digital Schoolhouse. Digital Schoolhouse is one of the finalist's at the BETT Awards for educational technology products. To find out more about her business, the relationship between technology and education, and the BETT Awards, Georgie was joined by Shahnelia.
In the final three months of last year the UK economy continued to grow, showing no signs of a Brexit fueled slowdown. Instead of contracting, as many economists predicted, the economy grew by 0.6 percent. Share Radio's Ed Bowsher was joined by Martin Beck, UK Economist at Oxford Economics, to find out the factors behind this growth.
Today Georgie Frost was joined by Share’s senior analyst Ed Bowsher. On the agenda, they discussed pregnant women being protected more in the workplace. Plus they look into doing your "big shop" at a discount supermarket saves you £15 more than at one of the big 4. All these stories and more on The News Review.
So what are the main market headlines of the morning? Joining us to discuss is Share Radio's very own Nigel Cassidy. A busy morning - The Royal Bank of Scotland has set aside another £3.1 billion to cover fines in the US.
Royal Bank of Scotland has set aside a further £3.1 billion to cover potential fines in the US and the shares have risen today. But Whitbread's share price has fallen 5%, after the owner of Costa Coffee shops and Premier Inn issued a disappointing trading statement, while Unilever's Q4 sales disappointed the market.
Richard Hunter, Head of Research at Wilson King Investment Management, spoke to Share Radio's Ed Bowsher about the day's top company stories.