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How many of you are fearful about your online security?

Simon Rose
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The Share Radio Evening Show

How many of you are fearful about your online security?
How many of you are fearful about your online security? According to the findings of Britain's Digital DNA - a new report by global management consultancy, Oliver Wyman - more than a third of us are willing to take ourselves off the grid to protect our privacy. The report comes just days after the Investigatory Powers Act was passed into law, widening the Government's digital surveillance powers - the passing of the new law, dubbed by its' critics as the 'Snoopers' Charter', is likely to further increase consumer fears about privacy online. To discuss the findings in more detail, Olivia Demetriades spoke to Chris McMillan, a Partner at Oliver Wyman and lead on Britain's Digital DNA report.
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Chris McMillan


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Simon Rose

The Bigger Picture with Oli Winton of FTI Consulting: What's the current state of the UK’s political parties as we near 2017? All that & much more!

Simon Rose
Original Broadcast:

The Share Radio Evening Show

The Bigger Picture with Oli Winton of FTI Consulting: What's the current state of the UK’s political parties as we near 2017? All that & much more!
Oli Winton of FTI consulting joined Simon live in the studio for The Bigger Picture. They discussed: The EU’s attitude towards Scotland its desire to stay within the single market. The EU’s attitude towards UK and Brexit negotiations. The current state of the UK’s political parties as we near 2017. The resurgence of strike action over Christmas.
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Oli Winton


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Share Radio

Wind, Sand and Stars (part of its Epilogue)

Share Radio
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Christmas Stories

Wind, Sand and Stars (part of its Epilogue)
by Antoine de Ste. Exupery - read by Boris Pomerantz and first broadcast over Christmas 2016.

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Simon Rose

Nic Vine, author ‘How Can We Make This Happen? : Successful Change Through Incentives and Trust’

Simon Rose
Original Broadcast:

The Share Radio Evening Show

Nic Vine, author ‘How Can We Make This Happen? : Successful Change Through Incentives and Trust’
Simon spoke to Nic Vine author of a book called ‘How Can We Make This Happen? : Successful Change Through Incentives and Trust’ in it he discusses how organisations can make changes such as mergers, redundancies, and managerial reshuffle as effective and painless for their employees.
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Nic Vine


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Juliette Foster

Emerging Opportunities: India's journey in 2016

Juliette Foster
Original Broadcast:

Emerging Opportunities With Gavin Serkin

Emerging Opportunities: India's journey in 2016
This is Emerging Opportunities, the only show on radio dedicated to global emerging markets. Hosting today's show are Share Radio's Juliette Foster and Managing Editor of the Frontier Funds Consultancy, Gavin Serkin. Joining them in the studio today was David Cornell, Chief Investment Officer for India Capital Growth Fund and Ocean Dial Asset Management. Today they took a special look at the rise and fall of markets in India this year.

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Juliette Foster

The Weeks Update: Trump risks trade war with China

Juliette Foster
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Afternoon

The Weeks Update: Trump risks trade war with China
Donald Trump's promise to create more jobs played well with crowds especially in regions hit hard by the decline of their manufacturing industries. In Mr Trump's world America can only restore its economic greatness by re-negotiating trade accords which have yielded it few, if any, real benefits. To achieve this would mean taking on the likes of China, which the new president elect claims has abused its position to flood the market with cheap goods. With Mr Trump now gearing up to take possession of the White House, how is he planning to make America a top manufacturer, and does that mean risking a trade war with China? For more analysis, Share Radio's Juliette Foster was joined by Professor John Weeks, Share Radio's regular economics commentator.

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Juliette Foster

Sturgeon plans to keep Scotland in single market - with Maurice Smith

Juliette Foster
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Afternoon

Sturgeon plans to keep Scotland in single market - with Maurice Smith
Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has today announced her proposals to keep the country in the European single market. The first minister says Scottish membership of the European Economic area and European Free Trade Association would allow it to stay part of the UK but still enjoy single market access. She previously suggested there could be another independence referendum if the proposals are dismissed by the UK Government - but she doesn't think that'll happen. For more analysis, Share Radio's Juliette Foster was joined on the line by Maurice Smith, Share Radio's Scotland Correspondent.

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Simon Rose

The UK’s legal sector could be at risk if the government fails to secure guarantees for it after Brexit

Simon Rose
Original Broadcast:

The Share Radio Evening Show

The UK’s legal sector could be at risk if the government fails to secure guarantees for it after Brexit
TheCityUK has released a report today warning that the UK’s legal sector could be at risk if the government fails to secure guarantees for it after Brexit. The report warns that 370,000 jobs are dependent on the outcome of the Brexit negotiation, and warned of the risks to the UK economy if the £26bn legal sector loses its title as a hub for legal expertise. To find out more about this Simon Rose was joined by Robert McLeod, the CEO of MLex,
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Robert McLeod


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Juliette Foster

Business as unusual: Russian ambassador shot, Berlin market crash, & more - with Jasper Lawler

Juliette Foster
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Afternoon

Business as unusual: Russian ambassador shot, Berlin market crash, & more - with Jasper Lawler
Europe's equity markets are trading higher, helped by a busy year-end for corporate deal making and further signs that Italy is making progress on shoring up its weak banking sector. However, business is taking place against an uncertain backdrop, underscored by the assassination of Russia's ambassador to Turkey and the murder of 12 people at a Christmas market in Berlin which police have described as a "probable terrorist attack". Concerns about Greece have also emerged on the financial radar after the US credit ratings agency Moody's said the country is about to enter a troubling new phase in its seven year old debt crisis. For more analysis, Share Radio's Juliette Foster was joined on the line by Jasper Lawlor, senior market analyst at London Capital Group.

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Juliette Foster

Terrorism strikes both Germany and Russia - with Ian Bond

Juliette Foster
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Afternoon

Terrorism strikes both Germany and Russia - with Ian Bond
Germany is in mourning after twelve people were killed at a Christmas market in Berlin in what Chancellor Angela Merkel described as a "probable terrorist attack". A man drove a lorry into crowds who had gathered at the market near the city's main shopping street. Meanwhile, Russia says it will boost security at all its embassies after the country's ambassador to Turkey was assassinated by an off duty policeman hours before the Berlin attack. Ian Bond is Director of Foreign Policy at the Centre for European Reform, and joined Share Radio's Juliette Foster on the line for more on these stories.

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