The question of working to live or living to work is one everyone has heard at some point during their career. Today Nick is discussing the idea with Lorna Finlayson, author of the book "The Political Is Political"
Geetu Bharwaney joins Nick Peters to discuss her book "Emotional Resilience: Know What it Takes to be Agile, Adaptable and Perform at Your Best" and talk about the ideas of emotional intelligence within business.
Matthew Cook visits The Passage, London’s largest voluntary sector resource centre for homeless and vulnerable people. Matthew talks to the team to find out how they are helping London's rough sleepers.
Sarah Pennells is joined in the studio by three experts from My Family Care, Silverman and Sherliker and Russell Cooke to discuss the challenges facing people in the 'sandwich generation', people who are caring for their parents and their children at the same time.
Sarah Pennells is joined in the studio by personal finance reporter Katie Morley, and experts from the National Landlords Associate, Generation Rent, Camelot and the Money Advice Service to discuss the renting crisis facing young people.
Katie Morely, Richard Blanco, Seb Klier, Nicholas Donnelly, Nick Hill
Sarah Pennells is joined by a panel of experts from ICAEW, Letting Focus, Fidelity World Wide Investment and Turn2Us to discuss the first Tory budget in nineteen years, what it means and how it will effect people in the future.
Anita Monteith, Alan Higham, David Lawrenson, Simon Hopkins