This week, Matthew Cook visits CARIS, a registered charity which runs two projects in Islington. One is a bereavement counselling service which is open to adults and children, and the other is a cold weather night shelter which is open everyday during the winter months offering hospitality to homeless guests and supporting them in finding more permanent accommodation.
Colin Bloom is joined over the phone by Baroness Meacher, co-chairman of The All Party Parliamentary Group for Drug Policy Reform and cross-bench peer, to discuss the decriminalisation of drugs, in particular cannabis, and why, according to a group of MPs and peers, the 'war on drugs' is over.
Company Casebook with Linda Lewis, talking to Joe Warren, Managing Director and and Andrew Wordsworth, founder of Sustainable Ventures, at Powervault, A London technology startup aiming to revolutionise the home energy market with their electricity storage systems linked to roof solar panels.
Sarah Pennells is joined in the studio by pensions experts Alan Higham from Pensions Champion, and Michelle Cracknell, the Chief Executive of The Pension Advisory Service to discuss pension scams, what to look out for, where to go if you think you are victim to a pension scams and how to make sure your pension scheme is above board.
Sarah Pennells is joined in the studio by Steph Savill of Foxy Lady Drivers Club, Charlotte Halkett from Insurethebox and on the phone by motoring journalist Maria McCarthy, to discuss car insurance, dealerships, and how to get the best deals in terms of motoring products only on Women And Money.
Sarah Pennells is joined in the studio by our Young Money Champion Kate Palmer, from The Telegraph, to discuss alternative options to university with guests Vicky York from The Princes Trust, Steve Morris from LearnDirect and Sharon Walpole from Notgoingtouni.co.uk.
Kate Palmer, Steve Morris, Sharon Walpole, Vicky York