Declan Curry brings you lively analysis of the big business stories that are making the headlines.
Sun, 19 May 13
24 days remaining
In the studio with Declan are Clive Schlee, CEO at Pret A Manger, Jamie Ward, founder of payasUgym and Maggie Pagano, columnist at The Independent and Evening Standard. We look at fear in the workplace, alternative finance for businesses and challenge our reporter to create an award winning sandwich.
Sun, 12 May 13
17 days remaining
Declan is joined in the studio by Jonathan Myers, UK boss of Kellogs, Edwina Dunn, the woman who set up the Tesco Clubcard, and Kamal Ahmed, Business Editor at the Sunday Telegraph. As Sir Alex says goodbye to Old Trafford, we take a look at other big resignations. We ask if the Co-op bank is in trouble, examine what's going on with Ocado and Morrisons and see what lessons Lord Sugar's latest recruits can teach us about how to do business.
Sun, 5 May 13
10 days remaining
Britain gets its yearly economic health-check - the IMF's inspectors fly in next week - we'll tell you what they'll find. Our big boss tonight is the ultimate truckers' mucker - NIKKI KING runs the Isuzu trucks business. She'll tell us what's putting the revs into her business. Jim Cregan went to Australia for his holidays and came back with a whole new business idea. He'll tell us how he'll succeed where giants like Starbucks have not. And Peter Holbrook says the old way of doing business is broken - and he's got the model to fix it. He's the Chief Executive of Social Enterprise UK. We'll also look ahead to next week's big story - growing sales at Sainsbury supermarkets. And we consider the economic boost for Hull as the local football team gets back into the Premiership.
Sun, 28 Apr 13
3 days remaining
Jane Asher is our leading lady this week - famous actress of course, she'll tell us how she makes dough in the cake business. And, the big business news next week - bigger profits from the banks. We'll tell you what to expect. We'll also get the latest from Bangladesh where the collapsed clothes factory is now ablaze. And, Italy's new government and anti-cuts protests Greece. Aditya Chakrabortty is with us, he writes about Economics for the Guardian newspaper. And we’re also joined by Philip Letts - he should be making his money from those little pocket diaries that bear his family name, but he passed on all that and jumped instead into the high-tech world. He'll tell us why he made the leap to technology entrepreneur.
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