Declan Curry brings you lively analysis of the big business stories that are making the headlines.
Sun, 2 Mar 14
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Ahead of the Oscars, Declan takes a look at the state of the British film industry. With Iain Smith, chair of the British Film Commission, Gareth Ellis-Unwin, producer of The King's Speech, film journalist Nancy Tartaglione from Deadline Hollywood. Plus the real star attraction....a real Oscar statuette in the studio.
Sun, 23 Feb 14
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Declan talks to Euan Sutherland, chief executive of the Co-operative Group, about a turbulent year. Adrian Maxwell from coffee machine manufacturer Fracino talks about exporting his product all over the world, including Italy. And Ruth Sunderland, associate city editor at the Daily Mail, gives her thoughts on the bank reporting season.
Sun, 16 Feb 14
11 days remaining
Declan talks to Kuldip Sahota from Mr Singh's sauces about the ups and downs of bringing hot condiments to market. Michelle Mone talks about the business of selling bras, while Emma Jones from Enterprise Nation offers her own advice on starting up your own business.
Sun, 9 Feb 14
4 days remaining
Declan looks at the business of fashion ahead of London Fashion Week. Helping him are: Kim Winser, the former boss of Pringle and Aquascutum who now runs her own label; Tim Little of Grenson shoes; and fashion journalist Hilary Alexander.
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