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Gavin Oldham

The Bigger Picture: Trussell Trust, helping UK food banks rise to the challenge

Gavin Oldham
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The Bigger Picture

The Bigger Picture: Trussell Trust, helping UK food banks rise to the challenge
Food banks are providing a vital role to help people this winter, and the Trussell Trust supports more than 1,200 throughout the United Kingdom. In this special episode of The Bigger Picture, their Chief Executive Emma Revie briefs supporters about their progress, and their plans for the future. If you would like to support the extraordinary work undertaken by this charity, please visit https://trusselltrust.org
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Emma Revie


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Adam Cox

Modern Mindset: Gad Liwerant and Markus Kangas on how DNA can unlock the past.

Adam Cox
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Modern Mindset

Modern Mindset: Gad Liwerant and Markus Kangas on how DNA can unlock the past.
Adam Cox is joined by Gad Liwerant and Markus Kangas, from My True Ancestry, for Family History Month to discuss how DNA can be used to discover an individual's past, and how we can trace back our ancestors using it. They look at what My True Ancestry is and why connecting to our past is so important.

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Georgie Frost

This Is Money: Should the Bank of England have raised interest rates? Plus Steve Webb on pension delays

Georgie Frost
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This is Money

This Is Money: Should the Bank of England have raised interest rates? Plus Steve Webb on pension delays
Did the Bank of England bottle raising interest rates or should a rate rise have never been on the cards in the first place? Inflation is mounting but hiking the base rate will do little to tame soaring energy prices, an oil price spike or the supply crunch. On the other hand, the emergency 0.1 per cent base rate arrived at the start of the coronavirus crisis and the economy looks far better now than was expected then. So where should rates be? And did the Bank of England make the wrong decision for the right reason? On this week’s podcast, Georgie Frost, Tanya Jefferies and Simon Lambert dissect the Steady Eddie move that got the Bank of England labelled an ‘unreliable boyfriend’ again. Plus, our pension agony uncle Sir Steve Webb joins the podcast to discuss state pension delays and what has happened since he and Tanya Jefferies exposed the situation. And finally, it’s time for some council tax rants… just why is the tax so seemingly crazy and in terms of fixing it, should we be careful what we wish for?

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Motley Fool Answers

Motley Fool Answers: Crypto Scams, Finding Financial Harmony, and Selling Stocks

Motley Fool Answers
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Motley Fool Answers

Motley Fool Answers: Crypto Scams, Finding Financial Harmony, and Selling Stocks
Motley Fool Analyst Eric Bleeker joins us with his advice to avoid getting burned when investing in crypto. Bro interviews Bill Schultheis, author of The Coffeehouse Investor's Ground Rules: Save, Invest, and Plan for a Life of Wealth and Happiness. And we answer your question on picking which stocks to sell when you need the cash to buy a home (or whatever, it’s none of our business).

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Motley Fool Money

Motley Fool Money: Strong Jobs Report, Travel Stocks, Metaverse 101

Motley Fool Money
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Motley Fool Show

Motley Fool Money: Strong Jobs Report, Travel Stocks, Metaverse 101
The Dow, S&P 500, and Nasdaq all hit new highs after October’s robust jobs report sent the unemployment rate down to 4.6%. Booking Holdings hits a new high as Airbnb posts record revenue. Peloton takes a hatchet to their guidance, so investors take a hatchet to the stock price. Mercadolibre bounces back with a strong 3rd-quarter report. Andy Cross and Ron Gross analyze those stories, discuss the latest with Zillow Group, Pinterest, Square, Under Armour, Etsy, PayPal, and share two stocks on their radar: Axon Enterprise and Titan International. Plus, Motley Fool analyst Asit Sharma talks with futurist Cathy Hackl about the business potential of the metaverse.

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Adam Cox

The Hypnotist: Haunted House.

Adam Cox
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The Hypnotist

The Hypnotist: Haunted House.
The fear of ghosts and the supernatural often starts at childhood, but can endure into adulthood. Vivid imagination of mailicious or sinister motives can alter people's whole outlook on life, and unsettle everyday ations and behaviours. Adam Cox addresses such anxiety by building resilience and confidence: so that, even in a haunted house, you would not find it scary and unsettling. A good episode for those with a fear of ghosts - or who just have difficulty sleeping.

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Simon Rose

The Financial Outlook for Personal Investors: What does the MPC's "studious inactivity" imply?

Simon Rose
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The Financial Outlook for Personal Investors

The Financial Outlook for Personal Investors: What does the MPC's "studious inactivity" imply?
Russ Mould, Investment Director of A J Bell, looks at the Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee's decision to take no action on interest rates. He wonders if their "studious inactivity" is likely to prove wise and that all the evidence of mounting inflationary pressure will indeed be transient. Will we get the Goldilocks economy or has the horse already bolted through the open stable door? There must be a tipping point with interest rates in regard to equities, he says, but where will it be?
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Russ Mould


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Simon Rose

The Bigger Picture: Culture Wars move into science arena, NHS and private hospitals & Frank Field

Simon Rose
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The Bigger Picture

The Bigger Picture: Culture Wars move into science arena, NHS and private hospitals & Frank Field
With Cop26 underway, Professor Tim Evans of Middlesex University discusses the way that the culture wars are moving into the realm of science. He also contrasts how the UK public's behaviour has changed in a generation with the polarised politics of the USA. He examines why the NHS has failed to use private hospitals to clear its backlog despite a £10 billion deal. And he pays tribute to Lord Frank Field, looking at his ideas – way ahead of their time – on the provision of unemployment benefit.
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Professor Tim Evans


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Simon Rose

The Business of Film: Dune, The Boss Baby 2, Last Night in Soho, Ron's Gone Wrong

Simon Rose
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The Business Of Film

The Business of Film: Dune, The Boss Baby 2, Last Night in Soho, Ron's Gone Wrong
James Cameron-Wilson discusses the UK box office, with No Time To Die reclaiming the #1 spot. With £86m banked, it's the 6th most successful film in the UK and the only one ever to have taken over £1m a day for 30 consecutive days. Dune, spectacular but unengaging according to James, has been knocked off top spot and is #2. The Boss Baby 2 is #5 while Edgar Wright's "baffling" Last Night in Soho arrives at #8 with Ron's Gone Wrong, a UK animation much recommended, #9. James also looks at two Netflix movies, Hypnotic and The Harder They Fall.
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James Cameron-Wilson


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Simon Rose

Gadgets & Gizmos: Space nappies, 20 years of the iPod & wood that's sharper than steel

Simon Rose
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Gadgets and Gizmos

Gadgets & Gizmos: Space nappies, 20 years of the iPod & wood that's sharper than steel
Share Radio's technology editor gives us the low-down on high-tech. There's Hertz ordering 100,000 Teslas, just as 12,000 are recalled, how SpaceX's astronauts are coping with a lavatory leak, the 20th anniversary of the music revolution sparked by the iPod, the scientists who have found a way to make wooden knives that are 3 times sharper than steel, a hover bike arriving next year that will set you back a mere half a million pounds and Steinway's innovation that will enable pianos to play remotely.
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Steve Caplin


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