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Programme Listing 2017

Murphy's London

Eccentric London historian Norman Murphy takes us on a guide of the capital pointing out features that most tourists – and residents – never notice. Funny, quirky and informative, after hearing Norman talk about London you’ll never view the City in quite the same light again.

New Economics Foundation

The New Economics Foundation offers in its weekly podcasts its vision to create a new economy through citizen rights, environment and communities. Enjoy this new collaboration between Share Radio and The New Economics Foundation.

Listen Live

Psalm 150

Everyday at 6:58

Psalm 150

The Choir of York Minster opens live broadcasting each day on Share Radio, celebrating the gift of sound and music and giving thanks to God.

Share Drama

Thursdays from 19:30 to 20:00

Share Drama

Share Drama is Share Radio’s weekly arts show and takes a playful look at the Shakespearean world of acting and drama. From Shakespeare’s plays to the craft of acting, this is a unique view of the world of screen and stage and well worth a listen. Share Drama is presented and acted by David Ricardo-Pearce, produced by Lee Sparey and directed by Carl Prekopp.

Nick Peters

Shop Floor

Sundays from 10:00 to 11:00

With Nick Peters

Shop Floor

Shop Floor is a wonderful high-quality hour spent in the workplace with presenter Nick Peters. A hugely experienced journalist, Nick’s favourite subject is the world of work, and each week he explores four different topics which interest him.

Georgie Frost

This is Money

Fridays from 12:00 to 13:00

With Georgie Frost

In partnership with

This is Money

In partnership with NS&I. Georgie Frost hosts the award-winning 'This is Money' team from the Mail Online, led by Editor Simon Lambert. The team join us in the studio to talk through the consumer stories which have been making the headlines online - and which they have been doing some extra investigation into. It's great fun and very informative.

Track Record

Sue Dougan fronts one of Share Radio’s flagship shows ‘Track Record’. Each week she sits a well-known guest in front of the microphone, asks them to pick their favourite music, and then interviews them about their life, interests and achievements to the backdrop of their musical picks. This is unmissable radio at its best.

The Week That Was

Our weekly view to the stories that have made an impact during the past week, and a look forward to the next one.