Wake Up to Money

Wake Up to Money

United Kingdom

News and views on business and the world of personal finance. Plus the very latest from the financial markets around the globe

Episodes

24/04/2017  

News and insight from the business world with Guy Kilty and Louise Cooper.

21/04/2017  

Ahead of this weekend's French Elections, Sean and Louise discuss the candidates and what the result could mean for the UK. Also Doggy Bags from Scottish restaurants and what's replacing the Barbie Doll.

20/04/2017  

Jayne-Anne Gardhia, CEO of Virgin Money, talks about her postnatal depression. And Andrew Bailey, chief executive of the FCA, talks about PPI and RBS.

19/04/2017  

Sean and Louise speak to business owners about how they feel about the General Election called. Plus Carolyn Fairburn from the CBI looks at whether it creates more or less certainty for business. Jane Foley of Rabobank and Anne Richards from M&G look at the market reaction.

18/04/2017  

News and insight from the business world with Sean Farrington and Louise Cooper.

17/04/2017  

News and insight from the business world with Sean Farrington and Louise Cooper.

14/04/2017  

The latest news and views on business and the world of personal finance with Sean Farrington and Mickey Clark. Plus the very latest from the financial markets around the globe.

13/04/2017  

Sean Farrington and Mickey Clark blitz through the latest stats and data and their effect on the economy. They also take another look at the issues between supermarkets and suppliers.

12/04/2017  

Sean Farrington and Mickey look ahead to Tesco's results; and as United Airlines apologises for the treatment of one of its passengers they look at whether the airline can salvage its reputation. The team also take a look at a new banking service being launched to help customers with dementia.

11/04/2017  

Sean Farrington and Louise Cooper take a look at issues at United Airlines after footage emerged of a passenger being forcibly removed from an overbooked flight. They also examine supermarket-supplier relations and see whether inflation is having an impact on consumer spending.

10/04/2017  

News and insight from the business world with Sean Farrington and Louise Cooper.

Wake Up to Money  

The latest news and views on business and the world of personal finance with Sean Farrington and Mickey Clark. Plus the very latest from the financial markets around the globe.

06/04/2017  

It's the start of a new tax year, Sean Farrington and Mickey Clark look at what's set to change - with a focus on child benefits, company charges for immigrant workers and the new Lifetime ISA.

05/04/2017  

Sean Farrington and David Jones discuss the UK's productivity puzzle and the future of UK nuclear power as plans for a new site in Cumbria look to be in turmoil. They also ask why fish and chips isn't catching on with younger diners.

04/04/2017  

As the UK kicks off a trade mission to India, Sean Farrington and David Jones examine how any deals may work. The team also chats to the boss of one of the world's biggest web hosting providers and take a look at the latest big money diamond to go on under the hammer.

03/04/2017  

Sean Farrington and David Jones discuss potential changes for credit card lenders and the impending apprenticeship levy. They also speak to the watchdog keeping an eye on the supermarket sector.

31/03/2017  

With a number of tax changes coming in to force on 1 April, Sean Farrington and Mickey Clark talk to business owners and industry experts about business rates, car tax, the minimum wage, and competition among water suppliers.

30/03/2017  

A day after Article 50 being triggered Sean Farrington and Mickey Clark discuss its impact for the UK, EU and business communities. They also examine measures calling for social media firms to clampdown on extremist websites.

29/03/2017  

The latest news and views on business and the world of personal finance with Sean Farrington and Mickey Clark. Plus the very latest from the financial markets around the globe.

28/03/2017  

Sean Farrington is live at the Post Office money distribution centre as the new pound coin launches. Plus shareholders call for Tesco to scrap its deal to buy wholesaler Bookers and why one in six roads need repairing.

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