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Simon Rose

Motley Fool Money: The Best Investors & Their Worst Investments

Simon Rose
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Motley Fool Show

Motley Fool Money: The Best Investors & Their Worst Investments
Want to keep up with the latest earnings updates from the States? Well join Chris Hill and the Motley Fool Radio Show team here on Share Radio, direct from Washington DC, for news, views and analysis of the US stocks that matter. In this week's show: Disney increases its offer for 21st Century Fox; Kroger delivers; CarMax and Winnebago rev up; GE gets the boot; Starbucks cools off; And Chipotle expands its menu.
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Chris Hill


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Georgie Frost

This is Money: Would you pay more tax to save the NHS?

Georgie Frost
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This is Money

This is Money: Would you pay more tax to save the NHS?
The National Health Service is 70 years old this year and most of us are proud of the British institution, leaning on it in our times of need. However, we’re living longer with more complex problems and the service keeps crying out that it needs more money. Where does it come from? Do we make cost-cuttings or plough lots of money in, do we increase income tax, make the rich pay, or introduce a new special ring-fenced tax? Theresa May announced plans for £20.5billion-a-year cash boost – but was a little short on the detail. She hinted at tax rises and mentioned a ‘Brexit dividend’. This is Money editor Simon Lambert, along with consumer affairs editor Lee Boyce and presenter Georgie Frost look at ways to fix the NHS in the latest podcast.
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Simon Lambert, Lee Boyce


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Kate Andrews

IEA: Approaches to Migration

Kate Andrews
Original Broadcast:

IEA show

IEA: Approaches to Migration
Migration matters. It has risen to near the top of concerns expressed in opinion polls in the UK and across Europe. For many politicians, the EU referendum result was a clear instruction from the British people that they wanted to reduce immigration levels. But is it all as clear cut as that? Joining us today are Daniel Pryor, Head of Programmes at the Adam Smith Institute, and Kristian Niemietz, Head of Health and Welfare at the Institute of Economic Affairs. Interviewed by Digital Officer Madeline Grant, Daniel and Kristian examine how people in Britain really feel about migration and where the nuances lie. They discuss the economic benefits of immigration – as well as its impact on culture and social cohesion.
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Daniel Pryor, Kristian Niemietz


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Franz Buscha

Policy Matters: The UK labour market for young workers

Franz Buscha
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Policy Matters

Policy Matters: The UK labour market for young workers
In this episode of Policy Matters, hosts Franz Buscha and Matt Dickson are joined by Professor Paul Gregg from the University of Bath to consider the prospects for today’s young people leaving education and entering the labour market. We hear a lot in the news about the job market challenges facing young people; and yet employment rates are at record levels, recent generations are the most educated ever with more and more people going to University and then enjoying a graduate wage premium – so what’s the problem? Paul provides an insight into how the economy has been changing over the last decade or so, the ways in which the recession following the 2007/8 financial crisis was unlike anything we’ve had before, and how young people have suffered the most. Matt and Franz then discuss with Paul the ways in which the challenges for policy are different now to what’s often been the case in the past, and consider what government policy can do to improve the prospects for young people today.
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Matt Dickson, Professor Paul Gregg


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Linda Lewis (1)

Company Citizen: Episode Three

Linda Lewis (1)
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Company Citizen

Company Citizen: Episode Three
Linda Lewis and former Labour MP Tom Levitt are back for their third discussion in a series inspired by Tom’s latest book, ‘The Company Citizen: Good for Business, Planet, Nation and Community’. In this episode, they discuss how business can be a force for good both in combating hunger and in the better management of resources through the “circular economy”. Tom shares how he came to write the book, why engaging with smaller businesses is crucial to the cause and how Paul Polman, CEO of Unilever, has emerged as a leader of the responsible and sustainable business movement.
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Tom Levitt


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Adam Cox

Modern Mindset: The Mind Flow Surfer

Adam Cox
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Modern Mindset

Modern Mindset: The Mind Flow Surfer
Adam Cox talks to Saadia Valasarie Sultan, an entrepreneur who walked away from a family business worth millions to pursue her passion. Saadia has founded Mind Flow Surfer: a business that uses applied psychology techniques to create rapid change in clients. She is an avid believer in consciously living life in an emotional state that is most conducive to achieving success – both personally and professionally. From morning meditation to thinking about the future in specific ways, she provides mindset tips to unlock the potential she says we all have within us.
Guest:

Saadia Valasarie Sultan


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Simon Rose

The Bigger Picture: The monopolistic problems of the NHS

Simon Rose
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The Bigger Picture

The Bigger Picture: The monopolistic problems of the NHS
Professor Tim Evans of Middlesex University considers recent NHS scandals and wonders whether the monopolistic nature of medicine is largely to blame. He also considers how culture wars are replacing class wars and what this might mean for British politics and the debate over legalisation of cannabis. Finally, he considers whether Brexit might lead to more and better immigration.
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Professor Tim Evans


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Simon Rose

The Week That Was: Ashtead

Simon Rose
Original Broadcast:

The Week That Was

The Week That Was: Ashtead
Graham Spooner of The Share Centre looks at recent figures from Ashtead, Ferguson and the Berkeley Group, as well as looking at market reaction to the mounting trade wars. He also looks ahead to forthcoming numbers from Carnival, Whitbread and Tullow Oil.
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Graham Spooner


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Simon Rose

Business of Film: Hereditary

Simon Rose
Original Broadcast:

The Business Of Film

Business of Film: Hereditary
With the UK box office already suffering from the effects of the World Cup, James Cameron-Wilson reviews the new horror film Hereditary. He also discusses the DVD release of I, Tonya, a film he recommends strongly, with a raft of extras that make the film more fascinating still.
Guest:

James Cameron Wilson


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Simon Rose

Gadgets & Gizmos: Pothole-fixing drones

Simon Rose
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Gadgets and Gizmos

Gadgets & Gizmos: Pothole-fixing drones
Steve Caplin casts his eye over pothole-fixing drones, a robot chef, vegan-friendly fake meat, carrots impersonating avocados, an app to solve quadratic equations, a new pocket tool he's dying to have and the plane where you won't be able to see out of the windows IF you're in first class.
Guest:

Steve Caplin


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