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An hour of vintage calypso, soca, mento, pan, and related Caribbean genres - and NO reggae (or Belafonte). Sexy and saucy, ribald and raunchy recordings from the 1920s to the 1980s, and occasionally later. Hear tropical and topical chunes from the Duke of Iron, Lord Kitchener, Wilmoth Houdini, The Mighty Sparrow, Lords Invader and Nelson, Atilla the Hun, Terror, Executor, King Radio, and other colorfully named calypsonians of yore. Hosted by the mythical Muriel and a white Jewish guy from th ...
 
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There’s pressure on manufacturers to achieve net zero by 2050. But what does it really mean to be net zero? What could the new infrastructure look like? How could surplus energy be stored? Listen to Claire Petricca-Riding discuss alternative energy sources with experts Alastair Morris, Ben Lewis and Professor Jon Gibbins.…
 
As part of our Alternative Dispute Resolution podcast series, we’re exploring the options available to couples to resolve their issues outside of court. Find out how financial dispute resolution and early neutral evaluation can be beneficial to all parties involved. Join our host and family law expert Ros Bever as she chats to Samantha Hillis, valu…
 
Our latest UK Powerhouse report ranked the US number one for FDI into and out of the UK. We're seeing increasing activity in the transatlantic corridor from UK businesses looking to expand or diversify in the US and US businesses looking to expand their operations in the UK, Europe and further eastwards. Join our host and Head of US desk Georgie Co…
 
The knowledge from a university, paired with the commercial know-how of a manufacturer, could be described as the perfect match. But the need to innovate is becoming increasingly important in this rapidly changing environment, particularly following the announcement in the summer of the UK Innovation Strategy. Join Alex Newman and a panel of expert…
 
Over the last few years, there’s been increased discussion among businesses about how they can help support menopausal women in their organisations. Research into this area suggests that somewhere between 10% and 53% of women are negatively affected by menopausal symptoms at work. Listen to our employment experts Jo Moseley and Jenny Arrowsmith dis…
 
We’re leading the way in raising awareness of the options available to couples to amicably resolve their issues outside of court. During this podcast we’ll talk specifically about impact of ADR on children and the advantages of coaching separated couples in co-parenting. Join our host and family law expert Ros Bever as she chats with Marcie Shaoul,…
 
A recent study by BritishAmerican Business and Bain reports that the key priorities for US investors in the UK include better relations with the EU, a US-UK Free Trade Agreement and more clarity around the UK industrial strategy. This is despite US companies showing significant confidence in the UK as a place to do business. Join our host and Head …
 
We’re supporting National Pensions Awareness Day which is all about raising awareness on the importance of preparing and saving for retirement – we’ll be looking at the key issues that everybody faces when considering pension options. Join our host and pensions expert Penny Cogher as she chats with Naomi Neville, Solicitor in our Tax Trust and Esta…
 
We’re leading the way in raising awareness of the options available to couples to amicably resolve their issues outside of court – during this podcast we’ll talk specifically about mediation and pre-nups and how they work in a mediation setting. Join our host and family law expert Ros Bever as she chats with Joanna Grandfield, partner and head of t…
 
Equality and diversity is a key topic among employers. The 2010 Equality Act consolidated prior legislation around discrimination and offered businesses more consistency in their approach. Since then, there’s been plenty of studies which demonstrate the commercial benefits to businesses who embrace equality and diversity as part of their model or s…
 
At least 46% of the working population worked from home at some points during 2020 and 2021. After witnessing the benefits to employees and businesses, many organisations are considering introducing flexible, agile or hybrid working patterns, offering their workers greater freedom as to when and where they work. Host Jenny Arrowsmith discusses this…
 
Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) is becoming an increasingly popular choice for couples to amicably resolve issues outside of court. However our recent survey highlighted that 39% of divorcees were not aware of the alternative options. Our family law expert Ros Bever, is joined by Joshua Rozenburg, Britain's most experience legal commentator, L…
 
Family businesses often face difficult challenges and additional complexities that can impact you, your family and your business. Our experts will uncover the emotional and financial impacts, generational issues, succession planning and family dynamics that often get in the way of running a thriving business. James Laycock, Partner in our Will, Tru…
 
Over the past year, COVID-19 restrictions have caused a dramatic shift in our working habits. While some are keen to get back to the office, many employees have enjoyed the greater flexibility that working from home offers. As restrictions are lifted, businesses must now consider how to adapt their offering to remain attractive to employees. Glenn …
 
Every year, over 22,000 parents and carers experience the tragedy of losing a child. To observe National Bereaved Parents Day, our podcast explores the coping mechanisms and legal support available for grieving parents. Laura Daly is joined by Gayle Routledge, Chief Executive Officer of A Child of Mine, consultant psychiatrist Dr Richard Caplan, an…
 
Around 12 million people live and work in the UK’s rural areas, contributing around £400 billion to the economy. But the last 12 months have seen its desirability increase considerably. Purchase and rental markets have boomed – thanks to home working – and global travel restrictions have led to an increase in domestic holidays. But challenges remai…
 
Employees must receive the equivalent of 5.6 weeks holiday a year, and for full-time workers that amounts to 28 days. If you’re part-time, this is pro-rated. The Working Time Regulations say that a worker must receive a weeks’ pay for a week’s holiday. But the concept of a week’s pay is set out in a number of pieces of legislation that weren’t crea…
 
Around £1.5 trillion of inward investment was held in the UK in 2019, according to the latest Office for National Statistics figures. And attracting more foreign direct investment is vital for developing the UK's infrastructure, creating job opportunities and raising productivity. But activity has been heavily impacted by Brexit and COVID-19. Join …
 
There are around 600,000 Trans and Non-binary people in Britain. Many employers are keen to be supportive but are unsure how best to do so. In our latest podcast, employment expert Helen Dyke is joined by Cat Burton, a retired pilot and Chair of diversity charity GIRES. Together they talk openly about how organisations can best support Trans employ…
 
You can plan for many things in life, but you can't plan for a serious injury. It’s unexpected, hard to comprehend and can leave people confused as they face up to a future they never envisaged. But things do get better. Our latest podcast features two clients currently recovering from life-changing brain and spinal injuries. They talk candidly abo…
 
Our latest podcast looks at how the industry can move forward from the cladding crisis. The Grenfell Tower fire led to a cladding crisis and changed the landscape of the housing market. Our host Jeremy Raj is joined by residential property expert Chris Baker and building surveyor Julia Webb from Dorrington PLC to discuss the issues facing the indus…
 
In 2021, thousands of people will die as a result of occupational exposure to asbestos. During Global Asbestos Awareness Week, our latest podcast looks at how dangerous the deadly fibres are, why they are still being used around the world and the importance of prevention until we find a cure. Our guest host Rosemary Giles is joined by fellow solici…
 
Today I have the joy of speaking with Nina-Sophia Miralles – the author of upcoming book “GLOSSY: The Inside Story of Vogue” all about what really happens at Vogue, and how to write a fashion book. In addition to being an author, Nina is also the Co-Founder and Editor of Londnr Magazine, a writer for Harrods magazine, and a Freelance writer for The…
 
The consumer sector is vital to the health of the UK economy. But it’s been severely impacted by COVID-19. We’ve seen huge shifts in consumer behaviour. 61% of us have changed stores, brands or the way we shop. Some retailers have been able to adapt and thrive. They’ve embraced ecommerce and digital marketing, and shifted their offer to target a mo…
 
Today I have the joy of chatting with Coy Griffin, a fashion technology expert, tedX speaker, Data analyst and the founder of Your Own Creativity – a platform making fashion technology easy to understand. She also has a book called “leveraging tech.” Today we’re going to talk about how fashion tech can be democratized (and less intimidating), the f…
 
IR35 tax legislation rules for off-payroll workers are changing from Tuesday 6 April. But how will this impact your business? And what steps do you need to take to avoid falling foul of the new rules? In this episode, our employment law experts Glenn Hayes and Padma Tadi, with tax specialist Ian Goodwin of Mazars, discuss the changes and the action…
 
As schools open their doors again up and down the country, it marks the start of another period of uncertainty for children with special educational needs and the parents, carers and charities that support them. Just days away from the anniversary of the first national lockdown, our latest podcast considers the impact of COVID-19, social distancing…
 
Our host and residential property expert Jeremy Raj explores the main highlights of the Budget announcement, and how it could affect you. Jeremy is joined by our very own experts, Ashley Hill from our Tax, Trusts & Estates team, Jason Mountford Financial Planning expert and Claire Patricca-Riding, Head of Planning and Environment to look closely at…
 
Today I have the joy of chatting with Bianca Rangecroft, the Founder & CEO of Whering, The Clueless Wardrobe App. Empowering the conscious consumer, Whering allows users to digitize their wardrobes and TRULY see everything they own. During this conversation, Bianca shares the realities of starting a fashion app, her journey of transitioning from be…
 
Our host and family law expert Zahra Pabani explores how to find love in lockdown, and how to protect yourself when you do. Join Zahra as she chats with Rachel Maclynn, founder of exclusive matchmaking agency the Vida Consultancy, about how she works with clients to help build connections and ultimately make love matches and Annabel Bosman, Head of…
 
Every year around 850 lives are lost to cervical cancer in the UK and it’s the fourth most common cancer among women globally. Yet it’s a preventable and curable disease if detected and treated early. During cervical cancer awareness week, we talk about the importance of early diagnosis and regular screening and consider the impact COVID-19 is havi…
 
Today I'm sharing how I upgraded my fashion career (and life) in 2020, despite the pandemic and overall global unrest. PLUS, I'm sharing an easy to copy framework for achieving your goals, and what I'll be getting up to this year! Resources that keep me on track: 7 Strategies for Wealth and Happiness Lechtturm1917 journals and planners Life design …
 
The Brexit deal will change how your company deals with employees, data and more, but there’s one key issue in particular to address. You need to understand how the deal affects overseas trade and your supply chain, and our latest podcast will help you do this. This exclusive Brexit episode of our podcast features our experts in conversation with A…
 
Today I have the joy of being LIVE via zoom with the lovely Elizabeth Stiles, Emilia Bayer and Sabinna Rachimova to discuss how to stay sane (and self care) in the fashion industry! *This podcast is in collaboration with the brilliant people over at Lone Design Club! I have linked their socials below* Panellists: Elizabeth Styles is a fashion busin…
 
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