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Gabby Logan speaks to famous faces about the role money has played in their family life and professional success. She also talks to experts about some of the topics that come up and gets practical tips to help you get to grips with your own finances. The ii Family Money Show is also available as a vodcast on the interactive investor YouTube channel. Follow Gabby on: Twitter @GabbyLogan Instagram @gabbylogan The Family Money Show is brought to you by interactive investor. For more investing i ...
 
Have you ever imagined taking a different path? Is there something you wish you could have done differently? Do you have a hidden passion that you want to turn into your future? Rosie Smith and TV-legend mum Lorraine Kelly present 'What if?', a new podcast series exploring life's 'what ifs'. Each week they meet celebrity guests to discuss these turning points, thoughts and decisions - and ponder the meaning of success and satisfaction. Brought to you by Beauty Pie, the world's first luxury b ...
 
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Known as one of ‘Fergie’s Fledglings’, Philip Neville is football royalty. He’s won countless trophies in six premier leagues and the champion’s league, played for England 59 times, and shares sporting DNA with Man United golden boys David Beckham, Ryan Giggs, Nicky Butt, Paul Scholes and, of course, his brother Gary. After three years coaching Eng…
 
In a Fortunately first, the writer Jon Ronson joins Fi and Jane for his second appearance on the podcast. The author of So You've Been Publicly Shamed and host of The Last Days of August tells them about his new podcast Things Fell Apart, exploring tales form the culture wars. Before Jon zooms in, Jane has crane fantasies and there's a shout out to…
 
This week on the Fortunately podcast, Fi and Jane chat comedian Josh Widdicombe. The star of the Last Leg and host of the Parenting Hell podcast tells Fi and Jane what he learnt from a childhood of TV watching, chronicled in his book 'Watching Neighbours Twice A Day'. He also lifts the veil on Who Do You Think You Are? and looks back on an infamous…
 
Dubbed the most powerful woman in beauty, Caroline Hirons is the straight talking blogger whose no nonsense approach to skin-care has transformed her life and career. Now trusted by millions and feared by many, her product critiques are often hilarious and biting in equal measure. Championing transparency, accuracy, and science as well as equity an…
 
In this edition of the podcast, Kathryn Mannix, former palliative care doctor, joins Fi and Jane to discuss death and dying. Kathryn talks about what we might expect in end of life, how to discuss death with others and her experiences of treating people who are dying. The three of them also respond to listeners who have shared their perspectives an…
 
Lorraine Kelly really needs no introduction. A daughter of Scotland and stalwart of the screen, her light touch on tough subjects has made her a British icon. But whilst she makes it all look effortless, Lorraine has battled behind to overcome those who underestimate her, from bullies in the playground to the bosses in all male newsrooms, her indom…
 
This week on Fortunately, Fi and Jane are joined by Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson. She tells them about life in the House Of Lords, getting stuck on trains without any help, and reveals that she can walk in her dreams. Before Tanni logs in, there is a full-blown tech crisis and a heated discussion about the pros and cons of caving, plus the continui…
 
Legendary goalkeeper Peter Schmeichel is Gabby Logan’s guest in episode five of The ii Family Money Show. Peter spent eight glittering seasons at Manchester United, winning five league titles, three FA Cups and the Champions League in 1999. He also memorably won the European Championship with Denmark in 1992. Speaking from his home in Denmark, he t…
 
A hero to many, Jürgen Klopp has achieved what very few have. In the often tribal world of football, he's united fans, pundits and players alike, whilst successfully leading Liverpool FC to domestic and European triumph. Outspoken and easy to laugh, yet measured and deliberate too, his virtues off and on the pitch are celebrated in equal measure. B…
 
This week on Fortunately, Fi and Jane are joined by former Met Police Chief Superintendent Parm Sandhu. Parm talks to Fi and Jane about her role as an expert on the murder mystery reality show Murder Island, our interest in crime dramas as a society and current discussions about the police. Before Parm logs in, there is a good old fashioned piazza …
 
The daughter of a top horse trainer, and herself a champion jockey, Clare Balding OBE made the leap into broadcasting as the BBC's racing specialist. Since then though, she’s reported on everything, from the Olympic Games and Wimbledon to Royal Weddings and Crufts. But for a decade she was also hiding her sexuality and looked to her father for appr…
 
This week on the Fortunately podcast, Fi and Jane's guest is the broadcaster Gabby Logan. The presenter shares some insights on the pastimes of her Match of the Day colleagues, looking after an old dog's ego and some of her best bloopers. She also tells Fi and Jane about a very exciting guest she has coming up on her podcast The Mid•Point. Before G…
 
Nihal Arthanayake, a rapper turned broadcaster who knows a thing or two about shaking things up. Born to Buddhist parents of Sri Lankan origin in Essex, Nihal performed for five years as an MC before turning his hand to promotion and freelance music journalism. After years championing Asian and Desi bests in dark club basements, he eventually found…
 
On the Fortunately podcast this week, Fi Glover and Jane Garvey have a chat with legendary comedian Bridget Christie. Bridget tells Fi and Jane about her new show Who Am I?, her experiences of the menopause, British folklore, the best things about Gloucester, and feeling 400 years old. Bridget will be appearing at the Leicester Square Theatre, Lond…
 
The Midpoint is back and we’re kicking things off with an absolute powerhouse, both on stage and in everyday life. Sharleen Spiteri has never been one to sit on the fence; In the nineties, she broke new ground with an androgenous look and searing vocals that challenged an industry of men. Since then, her band Texas have sold over forty million reco…
 
This week on Fortunately, Fi and Jane chat to Poppy Jay and Rubina Pabani, hosts of Brown Girls Do It Too on the BBC Asian Network. Poppy and Rubina's award -winning podcast discusses sex as a British Asian woman. They tell Fi and Jane about breaking taboos, negotiating generation gaps and translating Harry Potter. Fi and Jane then make a triumphan…
 
Gabby Logan will not succumb to beige middle-age - and neither should you! As we reach the middle of our lives things are changing; emotionally, physically, mentally. And with that our expectations, priorities, ambitions, and dreams shift too. But what's really going on when we reach our mid-points? With a little help from a host of well-known face…
 
This week on Fortunately, Fi and Jane welcome BBC Africa Correspondent Andrew Harding onto the podcast. Andrew gives them the lowdown on his new Radio 4 series 'Poison', which tells the story of South Africa's former president Jacob Zuma and his book 'These Are Not Gentle People', the basis for the podcast Bloodlands. Andrew also gives Fi and Jane …
 
Shaun Dooley is one of the most recognisable faces in British film and TV, starring in Official Secrets and The Woman In Black on the big screen, as well as hit dramas Broadchurch and Gentleman Jack. In episode four of The ii Family Money Show, he and wife Polly – who have four children together – tell Gabby Logan about how their humble beginnings …
 
On this week's edition of the Fortunately podcast, Fi and Jane rifle through some interesting listener emails from the past month. Correspondences cover DIY mishaps, whip rounds for babies, international goodbyes and much much more. Before they get to the missives Fi and Jane reveal their long awaited opinions on ABBA's holographic revival.Get in t…
 
Fi is at home and Jane is at Broadcasting House for this week's Fortunately podcast. Their guest is the journalist and presenter Mary Ann Sieghart. Mary Ann speaks to them about her new book 'The Authority Gap: Why Women Are Still Taken Less Seriously Than Men, and What We Can Do About It.' Expect interesting insights on workplace challenges, Canad…
 
This week the Question of Sport captain and Strictly contestant Ugo Monye shimmies into the Fortunately podcast to chat to Fi and Jane. The former England Rugby International beams in from the Strictly Come Dancing rehearsal room in a top secret location. He tells Garvey and Glover about his experience so far as well as his new job on the legendary…
 
In this edition of the Fortunately podcast, Fi and Jane have an appointment with broadcaster and former doctor Michael Mosley. Michael tells Garvey and Glover about his podcast Just One Thing, which is back for another series to give us some handy health tips. He also takes questions on late-night cheese, one-legged tooth brushing and fictional phy…
 
Fortunately is back after a summer break. On today's podcast, Fi Glover and Jane Garvey chat to ITV Political Editor Robert Peston. Robert gives the lowdown on his new novel The Whistleblower, a thriller set in the world of media and politics in the late 1990s. He also chats to Fi and Jane about spotting sociopaths, wearing Miami Vice suits and les…
 
This week on Fortunately Fi and Jane are joined by American novelist Anne Tyler, all the way from Baltimore USA.Anne talks Fi and Jane through her household chore routine and how it came to feature in her new book, Redhead by the Side of the Road. The Pulitzer Prize winner also divulges why she likes visiting people with messy abodes, why she think…
 
Anthony Scaramucci is the former banker who had a brief but memorable stint as President Trump’s director of communications. In episode three of The ii Family Money Show, he tells Gabby Logan about why he has been to more Christmas parties hosted by the Obamas than the Trumps, how his attitude to risk changed as he got older and why he takes Mel Br…
 
In a special edition of Fortunately, comedian Shappi Khorsandi joins Fi and Jane for their 200th episode, with a live and socially distanced audience at London's Royal Festival Hall at the Southbank Centre. With the help of a high tech interactive Q&A, Garvey and Glover quiz the audience and face a few probing questions themselves. They are later j…
 
Mark Watson is a comedian, author and sports pundit. Taking to the stand-up stage with his first gig in 2002, he won the Daily Telegraph Open Mic Competition that same year and the rest is history… well, not quite? Mark and Gabby talk candidly about his divorce, using it as material for his comedy and, at times, misjudging how much to share. He ope…
 
This week on Fortunately, Fi and Jane chat to Angellica Bell, presenter on The Martin Lewis Money Show, The One Show and Scala Radio. Angellica joins Fi and Jane to tell them about her podcast 'Rewirement', which explores people's experiences of retirement and how to make the most of it. She also discusses being a CBBC legend, offers some book tips…
 
Andi Osho is what the cool kids of our day would call your typical "Slashie", meaning she cannot be defined by just one occupation. She is an award-winning comedian, writer, actress and on top of that she is the only person to win Celebrity Mastermind, not once, but twice. For the past eighteen years Andi has graced our screens in a variety of ways…
 
This week on Fortunately, Fi and Jane are joined by Radio 4 Presenter Winifred Robinson. The host of You and Yours gets into some Liverpool analysis with her fellow Merseysider Jane (and Fi too). Winifred also offers some smart consumer tips, talks about getting her start at the Catholic Pictorial and bravely sticks around to hear listeners' emails…
 
International broadcaster and host of critically acclaimed podcast, Soundtracking, Edith Bowman joins The Midpoint this week. For over two decades, Edith has held court in the UK’s largest media houses. From MTV and Capital FM to Channel 4, Virgin Radio and of course Radio 1 she's lived life in the fast lane. But she was forced to slow down when BB…
 
This week on the Fortunately podcast, Fi and Jane chat to Adele Roberts, host of BBC Radio 1's Weekend Breakfast. DJ and runner Adele talks them through her triumph on Celebrity Coach Trip, recommends the best shops in Barbados and shares some of her favourite songs of lockdown. Before Adele beams in there's Southgate admiration, scab storage and a…
 
Gabby speaks to star economist Lord Jim O’Neill of Gatley about growing up in Manchester, trying to take over one of the city’s football clubs and how an acronym made him famous. The former Northern Powerhouse minister also lifts the lid on life at Goldman Sachs and what he believes the next few years hold for the global economy – and where retail …
 
The highest try scorer of all time in Ireland, and the 8th in the history of the sport he's earned his place in the Rugby Union Hall of Fame. But after retiring in 2014, Brian O'Driscoll has had to pull focus, from adoring crowds and adrenaline fuelled games to neighbour, father, husband and friend. So how has he made the switch from the self-direc…
 
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