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Switch Week on Breakfast

All this week on 5 live Breakfast, Nicky Campbell and Rachel Burden investigate how you can switch suppliers - and save yourself money.

Every day, you'll be able to put your question to independent experts on how YOU can switch and save.

On Monday we're looking at energy suppliers; Tuesday it's food brands and supermarkets; Wednesday is insurance day and we're looking at banks on Thursday. We finish on Friday with mobile phones - that's Switching Week - on 5live Breakfast.


  • Comment number 1.

    ...and everyday will involve the self-publicist Martyn Lewis as we don't have any financial people of our own

  • Comment number 2.

    How much is Chris Huhne's 'green' tax on energy bills costing households per year?. between £1-200 I've heard - to build useless bloomin wind farms. How about a phone-in onhow much this Huhne induced tax is costing? and whether people want to pay it?

  • Comment number 3.

    "Switch Week on Breakfast" And no more new blogs for a week it seems!

  • Comment number 4.

    Nigel,still new sign of that DFQ Blog, even though last Tuesday you said you will publish it shortly, i am beginning to think your real intention is to stall it for as long as possible, so people forget about it and thus 5live will not have difficult Questions to answer.

    The 5live Blog for accountability? Yeah right!!

  • Comment number 5.

    Oh, I've got it all wrong. I thought it meant listen to another station instead...............however I did hear Rachel singing, yes singing, to Westlife this morning.

  • Comment number 6.

    Heard that too, Carrie embarrassing or what? Neil McCormick clearly not convinced by her desperate entreaties that he would love that song etc. Ugh. Fedster what is a DFQ BLOg? seen it mentioned a few times but need elucidation!

  • Comment number 7.

    Nigel has promised to post a Delivering Quality First blog, so that interested parties could comment on it rather than in secret via the main BBC comment site which goes straight in to thin air without anyone seeing it - ever probably.


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