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Juliette Foster

The Book Review: 'Crash Bang Wallop: The Inside Story of London's Big Bang and a Financial Revolution that Changed the World' by Iain Martin

Juliette Foster
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The Book Review: 'Crash Bang Wallop: The Inside Story of London's Big Bang and a Financial Revolution that Changed the World' by Iain Martin
One of the oddities of the last 30 years is the The City - London's wealthy, successful and global financial centre - has gone from something known largely only to the those who worked in it, to where it is today, known by us all and followed by us all. Seemingly a barometer of national wealth The City may be despised by some, but it's watched like a hawk as temperature check on UK plc's economic future. So how did we get here? A new book - 'Crash, Bang, Wallop - The Inside Story of London's Big Bang and a Financial Revolution That Changed the World' by journalist Ian Martin - sets out to tell the story .

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Georgie Frost

Kevin Charles from Crossland Employment Solicitors on losing jobs before Christmas

Georgie Frost
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Share Radio Morning

Kevin Charles from Crossland Employment Solicitors on losing jobs before Christmas
How would you feel if you were given the push from your job just before Christmas? How would you feel if the new came via tannoy? With just weeks before Christmas, one insurance company allegedly left their staff weeping as it was announced over the tannoy that hundreds of them would be losing their jobs. Kevin Charles is in the studio to explain all to Georgie.
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Kevin Charles


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Georgie Frost

Jordan Poulton from Makers Academy explains why coding is vital to learn at school

Georgie Frost
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Jordan Poulton from Makers Academy explains why coding is vital to learn at school
Coding was introduced to the national curriculum for both primary and secondary school students in two years ago. Should the language of technology be considered as important if not more so than learning French, German or Spanish? To find out, Georgie was joined in the studio by Jordan Poulton from Makers Academy.
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Jordan Poulton


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Georgie Frost

Share Radio technology editor, Steve Caplin talks about the latest Google app

Georgie Frost
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Share Radio Morning

Share Radio technology editor, Steve Caplin talks about the latest Google app
How many times have you turned up to your local bar or restaurant, only to be turned away because it is too packed or been forced to stand waiting for a seat. We've got used to relying on the internet to find out location opening hours of shops and venues but what about how busy it is. Well now Google has a new feature which tells users just that. Our reporter Mary Newman spoke to Share Radio technology editor, Steve Caplin.
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Steve Caplin


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Georgie Frost

Andrew Cameron-Webb, founder of Welikeit explains his product

Georgie Frost
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Share Radio Morning

Andrew Cameron-Webb, founder of Welikeit explains his product
Social media sites such as LinkedIn and Facebook are crucial nowadays in getting your business out there and seen by customers. But how to you do it, especially if your grasp of modern technology and networking sites is somewhat limited. Well what better than get Artificial Intelligence to do your advertising. That's exactly what marketing platform Welikeit has set out to do. Our reporter Tom Hill spoke to Andrew Cameron-Webb, founder of Welikeit.
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Andrew Cameron-Webb


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Georgie Frost

Charities Aid Foundation's Senior Campaigns Officer Kim Roberts discusses Giving Tuesday

Georgie Frost
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Charities Aid Foundation's Senior Campaigns Officer Kim Roberts discusses Giving Tuesday
Coming directly after the big shopping days of Cyber Monday and Black Friday - Giving Tuesday is the global day of giving calls on people to 'do good stuff' for charity by giving their time, money or voice to a good cause. To find out more on this, Georgie was joined on the line by Charities Aid Foundation's Senior Campaigns Officer Kim Roberts.
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Kim Roberts


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Georgie Frost

Money Blogger Andy Webb explains Giving Tuesday

Georgie Frost
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Money Blogger Andy Webb explains Giving Tuesday
After Black Friday and Cyber Monday you may be suffering a spending hangover. Feeling guilty? Well why not get involved in Giving Tuesday. What is it? Well, it's global day calling on people to 'do good stuff' for charity by giving their time, voice or cash, to a good cause. To get more of an insight, Georgie was joined in the studio part of the Money Blogger Community - Andy Webb of the Be Clever With Your Cash blog.
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Andy Webb


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Georgie Frost

Money Fight Club: Battling the PPI claims

Georgie Frost
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Share Radio Morning

Money Fight Club: Battling the PPI claims
Georgie Frost is joined in the ring by financial journalists Lindsay Cook and James Walker. This week, they take a look at the recurring issue of PPI claims and should families consider Secret Santa’s to cut spending on gifts this Christmas? Plus, who will win the sucker punch awards?
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Lindsay Cook, James Walker


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Georgie Frost

Russell Quirk, CEO of eMoov estate agents on The News Review 29/11/16

Georgie Frost
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Share Radio Morning

Russell Quirk, CEO of eMoov estate agents on The News Review 29/11/16
Georgie Frost is joined in the studio by Russell Quirk, CEO of eMoov estate agents. On the agenda today, they discuss the big story of the day, Ofcom has told BT it must be partially broken up as it's not doing enough to meet competition rules. Elsewhere, Black Friday has helped the boom for shops and online retailers as Visa says Brits spent more than £2billion pounds on its cards dduring the American phenomenon. All these stories and more on The News Review.
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Russell Quirk


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Sarah Lowther

Can we achieve gender equality in management roles in the next decade?

Sarah Lowther
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Can we achieve gender equality in management roles in the next decade?
The UK economy is going to need two million new managers by 2024. But if we are to see gender balance at work then, 1.5 million of those new managers will need to be women. The figures come from the Chartered Management Institute, which is launching a new initiative to redress that imbalance in the workplace. Men outnumber women in management roles three to one, and the Institute says it’s time to campaign for what it calls "gender parity". Patrick Woodman, Head of External Affairs at the Chartered Management Institute, joined Share Radio Breakfast to give more details on the issue.
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Chris Bailey, Patrick Woodman


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