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

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London, United States

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BBC

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

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English


Episodes

Let's Test Again (Like We Did Last Summer)

12/7/2021
From 4am today, travellers returning to the UK will b e subject to new covid tests. Felicity finds out what the travel industry makes of it. She also hears why the flotation of online news service BuzzFeed has been so controversial. And after Spar was hit by a cyber attack, she looks at how companies can protect themselves from hackers. #WakeUpToMoney With Felicity Hannah

Duration:00:52:57

Wake Up to Money: Let's Test Again (Like We Did Last Summer)

12/7/2021
A new testing regime starts for travellers today. But haven't we been here before?

Duration:01:00:00

After Miscarriage

12/6/2021
Rahul Tandon talks to Monzo Bank about its policy to give parents two weeks of paid leave following a miscarriage, after BBC research finds wide variation in the support companies offer their staff in the aftermath of a miscarriage. So what kind of help do parents need to recover? And is it just as important to offer that support to dads as well as mums? VR is increasingly being used as a tool in healthcare. Rahul talks to one firm about how it's developed tech to enable VR to be used in...

Duration:00:51:42

Wake Up to Money: After Miscarriage

12/6/2021
Why is there so much variation in the support firms offer their staff after a miscarriage?

Duration:01:00:00

£17bn in fraud failure

12/3/2021
As a government watchdog says that £17bn worth of Covid loans won't be paid back Felicity takes a look at the numbers and Germany restrict those who are not vaccinated.

Duration:00:53:33

Wake Up to Money: £17bn in fraud failure

12/3/2021
A government watchdog says that £17bn worth of Covid loans won't be paid back

Duration:01:00:00

Energy Shock

12/2/2021
Felicity Hannah looks into the impact of energy price rises, what they mean for the energy companies involved and what our bills might look like in a few months time. She also speaks to a business without power, six days after Storm Arwen hit. Plus, financial literacy with Bobby Seagull.

Duration:00:52:07

Wake Up to Money: Energy Shock

12/2/2021
By next April the average household energy bill will have doubled in 18 months.

Duration:01:00:00

Fear of the unknown

12/1/2021
Can businesses weather any fresh wave of coronavirus infections caused by the Omicron variant?

Duration:00:52:00

Wake Up to Money: Fear of the unknown

12/1/2021
How are businesses and the markets reacting to Omicron variant uncertainty?

Duration:01:00:00

Is the Christmas party over?

11/30/2021
Health minister Edward Argar said the government will let people in England 'use their judgments' about whether to attend festive bashes this year.

Duration:00:52:41

What does Omicron mean for business?

11/29/2021
Katie Prescott looks at the impact of new Covid rules on travel and retail. Plus, why are so few vacancies classed as 'green' jobs? And, how are theatres dealing with the drop in demand in this all important Christmas panto season? Download the podcast via the BBC Sounds app.

Duration:00:52:47

Good Deal or No Deal?

11/26/2021
The red list returns for travel from Southern Africa over fears of a new variant. And, Black Friday is back but what does it mean to shoppers and retailers? Plus, is the government's Kickstart apprenticeship scheme have the desired impact?

Duration:00:51:27

Working 9 to 5 ... till 50

11/25/2021
Felicity Hannah takes a look at why older workers are having to change their job hunting tactics and how some people are getting their own back on scammers. Plus a look ahead to the latest NEETs figures (16-24 year olds not in education employment or training) and AstraZeneca unveils plans for a huge £1bn R&D centre.

Duration:00:47:23

Are Businesses braced for a covid crackdown?

11/24/2021
In Northern Ireland people are once again being asked to work from home, Felicity finds out what that means for business and what is the ultimate computer game of all time?

Duration:00:48:51

The lights go out at Bulb

11/23/2021
Bulb goes into Special Administration, so what does that mean for customers and Atom Bank moves its UK employees to a four day week, the boss tells Felicity how it will work

Duration:00:42:51

Lockdown Returns

11/22/2021
Katie Prescott hears from an Austrian business owner as national lockdown is reintroduced. Plus, will the departure of Manchester United's boss have a bearing on its share price? And, why are charity shop sales so strong?

Duration:00:50:29

Rising rates and restrictions

11/19/2021
As European Covid rates rise and Northern Ireland brings in new restrictions we look at the impact for business. Felicity Hannah also catches up with the first afro hair brand to advertise on UK TV. Plus fallout from the Government's decision to cut part of the HS2 line, why Metro Bank's suitor has pulled out of takeover talks and we run through the numbers as Adele releases her latest album.

Duration:00:53:23

How on track is HS2?

11/18/2021
Felicity looks into what it will mean for Leeds and Nottingham if plans to scrap the Eastern link of HS2 are announced. She hears what the proposals are likely to be and what impact they'll have on places like Leeds. James runs a cafe close to Leeds station and tells Felicity the city will suffer. Plus she hears why Amazon has said it won't accept Visa credit cards and why Apple's considering helping customers fix their own phones. #WakeUpToMoney With Felicity Hannah

Duration:00:51:49

Inflation Nation

11/17/2021
Rahul investigates inflation: What is it and what's driving that rise in the cost of living? He talks satellites and space with the boss of Cornwall's Spaceport. And what business should learn after the Yorkshire cricket club race row. #WakeUpToMoney With Rahul Tandon

Duration:00:53:11