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Steve Clarke

The Magazine Review: Featuring Brian Caplen and Oruj Defoite

Steve Clarke
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Share Radio Afternoon

The Magazine Review: Featuring Brian Caplen and Oruj Defoite
This is The Magazine Review, Share Radio's look at the top political and financial stories of the week under the forensic eye of expert guests. Today's brains are Brian Caplen, editor of The Banker, and Oruj Defoite, Director & Senior Media Consultant and broadcast journalist.

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Michael Considine

The Business of Sport: Taking it to the street

Michael Considine
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Share Radio Afternoon

The Business of Sport: Taking it to the street
This is The Business of Sport with Share Radio's Michael Considine. Each week he provides you with the inside track on the world of sport. This week Michael was joined in the studio by Chris Hornbuckle, founder of World Street Soccer Championships, and Simon Burton, co-founder of the Football Business Awards, who revealed some exciting news. Part of the discussion: does the traditional legacy of sport need to adapt? And of course, Joe Aldridge has Extra Time.

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Juliette Foster

Roundup of this week's Article 50 appeal - with Greg Callus

Juliette Foster
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Share Radio Afternoon

Roundup of this week's Article 50 appeal - with Greg Callus
The Supreme Court has wrapped up proceedings after a week of hearing the Government's Article 50 appeal and they've said they'll be giving a decision relatively quickly - at least in legal terms. So where are we now? Joining Share Radio's Steve Clarke on the line was Greg Callus, Barrister at 5RB, to give his insight into which way he thinks the ruling could go.

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Juliette Foster

Davis on Smexit, markets mull ECB, & more - with Jonathan Loynes

Juliette Foster
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Share Radio Afternoon

Davis on Smexit, markets mull ECB, & more - with Jonathan Loynes
The Government's appeal over the triggering of Article 50 has drawn to a close. After week of closely-watched legal sparring, it is now up to the Supreme Court as to whether May can pull the UK out of the EU without parliamentary approval. Brexit is not the dish of the day over on the continent, however - European investors are instead tucking in to yesterday's policy decision from the European Central Bank. Draghi announced a trim to his quantitative easing programme, insisting the move isn't a taper à la the Fed's 2013 wind down. Back then, markets balked at the idea that the QE taps were being turned off. Are investors convinced this time is different? For this story and others shaping global markets today, Share Radio's Steve Clarke was joined in the studio by Jonathan Loynes, Chief Economist at Capital Economics.

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Georgie Frost

This is Money: Railmaggedon

Georgie Frost
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This is Money

This is Money: Railmaggedon
Welcome to the This is Money and Share Radio podcast, brought to you in partnership with NS&I. Are we seeing the end of an era for ultra cheap mortgages? HSBC is withdrawing its record low 0.99% deal which could usher in a new wave of price hikes. It’s not just mortgages undergoing price hikes though. Rail fares are set to rise 2.3% whilst growing commuter dissatisfaction with poor service has prompted Transport Secretary Chris Grayling to devise a new plan for better management. In the end though train times might be the last of our problems as we hear about one financial expert predicting major financial Armageddon just around the corner. Could we be in for the worst crisis yet? And what can people do to prepare? Gold is being tipped as a favourite but certainly not spread betting which is currently undergoing a crackdown. Georgie Frost is joined by Personal Finance Editor Rachel Rickard Straus and Consumer Affairs Editor Lee Boyce to find out more about this potential money meltdown. Also this week we take a look at Money Mail’s annual Wooden Spoon Awards and see which of Britain’s shambolic businesses have made it onto the shortlist.
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Lee Boyce, Rachel Rickard-Straus


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Georgie Frost

Tom Church, Co-Founder of LatestDeals.co.uk on The News Review 09/12/16

Georgie Frost
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Share Radio Morning

Tom Church, Co-Founder of LatestDeals.co.uk on The News Review 09/12/16
Georgie Frost is joined in the studio by Tom Church, Co-Founder, LatestDeals.co.uk. Today on the agenda, they discuss food price increases – apparently being blamed on a potential shortage of EU workers. Plus, the National Grid agrees to sell a majority stake in its gas pipe network. All these stories and more on The News Review.
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Tom Church


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Nigel Cassidy

National Grid decides to sell majority stake in gas division – is it a good deal?

Nigel Cassidy
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Share Radio Breakfast

National Grid decides to sell majority stake in gas division – is it a good deal?
Concerns have been raised after the National Grid decided to sell a majority stake in its gas division. A consortium led by Australian bank Macquarie will buy a 61% stake in the UK's gas infrastructure network, that values the business at about £13.8bn. But public services union, Unison, says that their tax structure is an area for concern, and that profits will take precedence over maintaining the pipelines. James Brydges spoke to Matthew Lay from Unison, but first heard from Dr Jonathan Marshall from the Energy Intelligence unit.
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James Brydges, Matthew Lay, Dr Jonathan Marshall


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Nigel Cassidy

“What Draghi said yesterday was the mother of all compromises” – Helen Thomas

Nigel Cassidy
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Share Radio Breakfast

“What Draghi said yesterday was the mother of all compromises” – Helen Thomas
Helen Thomas, Managing Director of BlondeMoney, joined Share Radio Breakfast for the first instalment of her new slot each Friday. She's a blogger, worked in the city for George Osborne, and loves policy, politics and finance. This week, Helen discusses Mario Draghi and the ECB meeting on Thursday. The ECB president warned of a year of 'big uncertainty' for the Eurozone as voters go to the polls in Germany, France and the Netherlands.
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Helen Thomas


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Nigel Cassidy

Sadiq Khan tops Politico Europe’s list of people shaping Europe

Nigel Cassidy
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Share Radio Breakfast

Sadiq Khan tops Politico Europe’s list of people shaping Europe
Ryan Heath, Senior EU Correspondent and Associate Editor at Politico Europe, joined Share Radio Breakfast to give his weekly take on the latest in European politics. Politico leads with a story on the 28 people shaping Europe. And in first place... Sadiq Khan. Ryan also discusses the reports that the Tories are courting the EPP for a better Brexit deal, and he takes a look at how French and German politics is shaping up ahead of elections next year.
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Ryan Heath


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Nigel Cassidy

“It puts Russia back on the map in terms of energy deals”

Nigel Cassidy
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Share Radio Breakfast

“It puts Russia back on the map in terms of energy deals”
Analysts say that Glencore could add an extra £63m a year to profits after buying a 19.5% stake in Russian energy giant Rosneft for £8.6bn. One of the key conditions was Glencore agreeing to sell 220,000 barrels of Rosneft’s oil a day over the next five years. It comes as Russian president Vladimir Putin tries to plug a budget deficit by privatising state assets. James Brydges spoke to Michael Moynihan, Research Director for Russia at Wood Mackenzie, to find out more.
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James Brydges, Michael Moynihan


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