Money Talks with Liam Halligan podcast

Money Talks with Liam Halligan

Liam Halligan

A deep dive into the biggest finance and business stories of the week with GB News' Economics Editor, Liam Halligan.



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28 Episodes

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    Episode 28: Professor Jagjit Chadha, Director of the National Institute for Economic and Social Research.

    25:53

    Money Talks – a series of interviews with Liam Halligan, Economics and Business Editor of GB News.    In this episode, Liam talks to Professor Jagjit Chadha, Director of the National Institute of Economic and Social Research, the UK's oldest and most influential economic think tank.In this wide-ranging interview, Professor Chadha argues why central bank money-printing should be reined in and, with inflation at a 30-year high, explains to younger viewers and listeners "what high inflation is really like".He also argues that "it would be absolutely possible" for the government to shelve national insurance rises scheduled for April and says such a move "makes a lot of sense". See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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    Episode 27: Polly Neate - Chief Executive, Shelter

    27:48

    In this episode, Liam talks to Polly Neate, Chief Executive of the campaigning charity Shelter. Since the mid 1960s, Shelter has been at the centre of the debate about and provision of temporary accommodation and housing for low-income and otherwise vulnerable families. As well as providing practical assistance to families in need, the politically non-aligned charity also exerts considerable influence among politicians and policymakers. In this wide-ranging interview, Polly Neate discusses the UK’s housing “affordability crisis”, the need for “much more social housing” and how “our housing emergency has become much worse during this pandemic”.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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    Episode 26: Ben Lebus, founder of Mob Kitchen

    8:59

    In this episode, Liam talks to Ben Lebus, founder of the highly successful online cooking and content platform, Mob Kitchen. Set-up in 2016, as Ben left university, Mob Kitchen has grown steadily since its creation. Built on a mission to help students and other young people prepare restaurant quality meals on a budget, Mob Kitchen has well over a million social media followers, with Ben publishing four bestselling cookbooks. Now rebranding as simply, Mob, the company thrived during Covid lockdown, as millions cooked more at home while spending more time online. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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    Episode 25: Luke Johnson, former chairman of Channel 4 and Pizza Express

    24:42

    In this episode, Liam talks to Luke Johnson, a former chairman of Pizza Express and Channel 4 television. A serial entrepreneur, Johnson has managed, raised finance for and invested in numerous companies, particularly high street names including Giraffe Restaurants, Feng Sushi and, most recently, Gail's Artisan bakery.  Johnson has combined his stellar business career with a sideline in journalism - and is also a highly experienced newspaper columnist. But business is what drives him – and, despite the challenges facing the UK economy, Johnson remains optimistic about the future of this country. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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    Episode 24: Steve Hardeman, MD of Clevedon Fasteners

    22:49

    Money Talks – a series of interviews with Liam Halligan, Economics and Business Editor of GB News. In this episode, Liam talks to Steve Hardeman, MD of Clevedon Fasteners. Based in Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands, the company manufactures cold-formed components for use in commercial and automotive markets world-wide.Formed in 1939 to supply the aircraft industry, Clevedon Fasteners specializes in bespoke production, with components heat-treated or plated to any commercially available finish.In this wide-ranging interview, Hardeman describes how the company has managed through lockdown, and his vision for the future of both Clevedon Fasteners and UK manufacturing. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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    Episode 23: Patrick Dardis, CEO of Youngs Brewery

    22:04

    Money Talks – a series of interviews with Liam Halligan, Economics and Business Editor of GB News.    In this episode, Liam talks to Patrick Dardis, the CEO of Youngs – which operates hundreds of pubs, employing thousands of people, while turning over hundreds of millions of pounds.  The hospitality industry has been calling on the government to provide a package of financial support as Plan B and guidance on limiting social interactions in the lead up to Christmas has led to much quieter pubs and restaurants.  Consumer confidence has nose-dived as the Omicron variant continues to spread – hitting the hospitality sector during the crucial weeks before Christmas, traditionally the busiest time of the year, when firms build cash surpluses to see them through quieter months.  In this wide-ranging discussion, Dardis outlines his fears about the future of the UK’s hospitality industry, while calling for more widespread assistance from government. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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    Episode 22: Nick Allan, CEO of Control Risks – one of the UK’s leading security and intelligence consultancies

    25:06

    Money Talks – a series of interviews with Liam Halligan, Economics and Business Editor of GB News.    In this episode, Liam talks to Nick Allan, CEO of Control Risks – one of the UK’s leading security and intelligence consultancies. Control risks has almost fifty years’ experience managing everything from kidnap and ransom situations to providing specialised commercial and political research – mainly for corporate clients working in overseas jurisdictions.In this rare interview, Allan gives his uniquely well-informed take on the main strategic, diplomatic and geo-political risks facing businesses and nation states across the world today. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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    Episode 21: Andrew Baxter, CEO of Europa Worldwide Group

    22:32

    Money Talks – a series of interviews with Liam Halligan, Economics and Business Editor of GB News.    In this episode, Liam talks to Andrew Baxter, CEO of Europa Worldwide Group – one of the UK’s biggest logistics companies. Specialising in freight forwarding and distribution across numerous countries, Europa turns over several hundred million pounds each year and employs over 1,000 people in the UK, Hong Kong and elsewhere. In this wide-ranging interview, Andrew and Liam discuss the HGV driver shortage, supply chain price pressures and why Andrew thinks current measures of UK inflation seriously under-estimate the prices rises faced by producers, distributors and, ultimately, consumers as well. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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    Episode 20: Glen Wheeler, a chef and restauranteur – who owns and runs the “28 At The Hollow” restaurant in Enniskillen, Fermanagh

    11:42

    Money Talks – a series of interviews with Liam Halligan, Economics and Business Editor of GB News. In this episode, Liam talks to Glen Wheeler, a chef and restauranteur – who owns and runs the “28 At The Hollow” restaurant in Enniskillen, Fermanagh. Glen was the first contestant from Northern Ireland to compete in the BBC’s Great British Menu competition for professional chefs – an experience he described as “a huge honour”. Before opening his own restaurant, he worked at leading Michelin-starred restaurants across the world, including Gordon Ramsey’s “Royal Hospital Road” in London and a period as Head Chef at MacNean House, working under one of Ireland’s most respected chefs Neven Maguire. Having grown-up in Enniskillen, Glen returned to his hometown to set up “28 At The Hollow” – which he runs with his wife Zara McHugh. In this wide-ranging discussion – first broadcast as part of “GB News Northern Ireland week” in November 2021 – Glen discusses how he grew up during “The Troubles” but is now hopeful and optimistic about Northern Ireland’s future. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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    Episode 19: Mark Durkin, Dean of Ulster University Business School

    13:36

    Money Talks – a series of interviews with Liam Halligan, Economics and Business Editor of GB News.    In this episode, Liam talks to Mark Durkin, Dean of Ulster University Business School. Recorded at the Titanic Visitor Centre in Belfast, this interview outlines the development of the Northern Ireland economy since its shipbuilding hey-day, highlighting the growing importance of high-tech, medical and life sciences, and well as tourism and hospitality.Durkin discusses the crucial impact of the 1998 Belfast/Good Friday Agreement in improving Northern Ireland’s business environment – and the growing economic importance of the nation’s higher education sector. This discussion was originally broadcast as part of “GB News Northern Ireland week” in November 2021. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

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